English is so widely and variously spoken that it barely can be called a single language. That hasn't stopped grammar stickler Simon Heffer from trying to re-establish order. Also, poet Les Murray describes some of the colorful phrases of Australian English. And we check in on a language school in India where the teachers have a strong sense of what constitutes proper English.<img id="pri-insights" src="http://api.pri.org/insights/?story=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.pri.org%2Fstories%2F... />

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