Q. The term ‘Language tax’ was seen in the news recently. It refers to –

[A] The tax imposed by English nation on non-native English-speaking population.

[B] The tax imposed by US companies on Chinese officials.

[C] The cost involved to compensate other countries for translating and teaching English.

[D] The cost involved in translation of a book written in vernacular language to the official language

Answer: C
Notes:

Explanation – ‘Language tax’ is a term used in the context of global economics. It refers to the cost incurred to compensate other countries for translating and teaching English.

Source: The Print