Canadian Language:. Canadians speak not only languages, but also dialects of those languages. We each have an idiolect, and are members of a variety of dialectical communities. Idiolect. The distinct ways I speak: At home: I “scarf chips on my couch”. At school: I “eat potato chips”.
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Canadians speak not only languages, but also dialects of those languages
At home: I “scarf chips on my couch”.
At school: I “eat potato chips”.
I “injest trans-fat laden convenience food”.
Who is the 13th man?
When is dinner?
12:00 or 6:00
Which would you say?
Where are you going? Where are you going to?
Words developed by Canadians
There’s more to it than you think, eh?