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Subject Linguistics

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405111850.2006.00001.x


Figures 3.1 The Scottish English linguistic continuum 45 19.1 Trajectory of language change for African Americans in Hyde County (adapted from Wolfram and Thomas, 2002: 200) 338 19.2 Trajectory of language change for Beech Bottom (based on Mallinson and Wolfram, 2002) 339 19.3 Trajectory of language change for Texana (based on Childs and Mallinson, forthcoming) 339 23.1 The situation of the writer in world Englishes 412 33.1 World Englishes and language mixing: contact and convergence 605 33.2 English expression and its pronunciation guide in katakana 609 33.3 Bridging the global vs. local divide 613 41.1 A tree diagram from the ICE-GB corpus 739 Tables 11.1 Language pluralism in West Africa 178 11.2 Some of West Africa's transnational languages (figures calculated from Grimes, 2004) 179 11.3 Populations of concern to UNHCR end 2002 ( UNHCR Stastistical Yearbook , 2002) 180 11.4 Refugees across intra- and intercolonial language boundaries 180 24.1 Intelligibility: subjects scoring 60 percent and above 434 24.2 Comprehensibility: subjects scoring 60 percent and above 435 24.3 Interpretability: subjects scoring 60 percent and above 435 24.4 Percentage of subject groups that thought they understood 60 percent or more of the conversations between the five sets of interactors 437 24.5 Percentage of subjects making accurate guesses as to the nationalities of the pairs in the conversations ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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