After IFS officer’s tweet on insecurities in speaking English, netizens share their own struggles

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 15, 2020 4:28:40 pm Since being shared online, the post has gone viral and prompted many to share their own experiences. While English may be the second-most widely spoken second language in India, it isn’t always easy to grasp at first. Recently, Indian Forest Officer Parveen Kaswan tweeted about the times when communicating in English worried him given his rural background. The tweet soon went viral, encouraging netizens to open up about their insecurities as well. “English was the tough nut to crack in my boards. Given rural background. When joined college I was surprised to notice that people were not only talking in English but even listening to songs in English. Down the line, I found funny that those things once made me worried. Life,” wrote Kaswan. English was the tough nut to crack in my boards. Given rural background. When joined college I was surprised to notice that people were not only talking in English but even listening songs in English. Down the line I found funny that those things once made me worried. Life. — Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) July 14, 2020 Since being shared online, the post has gone viral and prompted many to share their own experiences. “Thank you so much, sir, for sharing your thoughts. that was so nice and humble. Many rural students face this difficulty,” wrote a user while sharing the viral tweet. Even now I am facing the same problem.

After IFS officer’s tweet on insecurities in speaking English, netizens share their own struggles
By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 15, 2020 4:28:40 pm Since being shared online, the post has gone viral and prompted many to share their own experiences. While English may be the second-most widely spoken second language in India, it isn’t always easy to grasp at first. Recently, Indian Forest Officer Parveen Kaswan tweeted about the times when communicating in English worried him given his rural background. The tweet soon went viral, encouraging netizens to open up about their insecurities as well. “English was the tough nut to crack in my boards. Given rural background. When joined college I was surprised to notice that people were not only talking in English but even listening to songs in English. Down the line, I found funny that those things once made me worried. Life,” wrote Kaswan. English was the tough nut to crack in my boards. Given rural background. When joined college I was surprised to notice that people were not only talking in English but even listening songs in English. Down the line I found funny that those things once made me worried. Life. — Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) July 14, 2020 Since being shared online, the post has gone viral and prompted many to share their own experiences. “Thank you so much, sir, for sharing your thoughts. that was so nice and humble. Many rural students face this difficulty,” wrote a user while sharing the viral tweet. Even now I am facing the same problem.