Areal Features of the Anglophone World by Raymond Hickey

By Raymond Hickey

The current quantity seeks to unite the examine of a number students engaged on gains of non-standard, vernacular English which convey an areal distribution, i.e. which cluster geographically the world over. the amount is worried with dialect enter, techniques between different types of English andthe areal diffusion of good points between types. those and related matters shape the vital concentration of the quantity.

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