In this clip, you will hear, what i call 1) newscaster’s english, which you will never hear in singapore except if you tune in to channel news asia, 2) standard singapore english spoken by english-educated singaporeans, as well as the more colloquial variety, 3) singlish.
Singapore english is the english language spoken in singapore, of which there are two main forms, standard singapore english and singapore colloquial english (better known as singlish)   singapore is a cosmopolitan city with 42% of its population born outside the country.
Singapore colloquial english: issues of prestige and identity francesco cavallaro, ng bee chin, mark fifer seilhamer abstract: singapore colloquial english (sce) or ‘singlish’ is a variety very distinct from singapore standardised english (sse), and its use is a polarising issue in singaporean society. A lot of grammatical endings that are required in standard english are optional in singapore colloquial english marking plurals and past tenses is a matter of choice, so may be omitted, eg.
20 singaporean slangs - a guide to singlish to all singaporeans who have been away from home, nothing in the world feels more heart-warming than stepping into changi airport's arrival hall and hearing, wah, so fat already ah or ah boy, mama miss you lei. Colloquial singaporean english, also known as singlish, is an english-based creole language spoken in singapore singlish is commonly regarded with low prestige in singapore the singaporean government and many upper class singaporeans alike heavily discourage the use of singlish in favour of standard english.
Colloquial singaporean english g goondu posted on august 6, 2018 by singaporean goondu origin: tamil/malay – literally means fat (tamil) and hard (malay) but is used locally to describe a stupid person or an idiot goondu is a name that you use on someone who is either stupid or someone that acts like an idiot. After singapore declared independence in 1965, english in singapore began to take a life of its own, leading to the development of modern-day standard singapore english at the same time, singlish evolved among the working classes who learned english without formal schooling.