Schneider argues that the on-going birth of new dialects in these territories is the sign of their having reached the end of the cycle phase 5. Many scholars have pointed to the frequency of loan blends. Belong to respected business family [xxx] residing in Delhi. The women has no voice to vote. Although most WEs regularly distinguish between the pronouns it and them and the demonstratives this and these and that and those, in actual usage there is some syncretism use of singular for plural especially. Bilingualism increases amongst the indigenous population through education and increased contacts with English settlers. In Ind Eng, Kachru notes examples like different-different things and one-one piece. The man who I saw him was wearing a big hat. In these circumstances new Creole languages emerged, based only partly on the colonial language.