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Language in Society. idiolect dialect language. Current Dialect Research: Ant/Aunt Dialect Map Crayon/Crown Dialect Map Pop vs. Soda Study Pop/Soda Dialect Map. Slang. Slang. Jargon or Argot. address harvester CEOaround the horn hack modeMISPER Alpha Roster benchmark.

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Language in Society


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idiolect

dialect

language


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  • Current Dialect

  • Research:

  • Ant/Aunt Dialect Map

  • Crayon/Crown Dialect Map

  • Pop vs. Soda Study

  • Pop/Soda Dialect Map


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Slang


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Slang


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Jargon or Argot

address harvester

CEOaround the horn

hack modeMISPER

Alpha Roster

benchmark


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Jargon or Argot

address harvester

CEOaround the horn

hack modeMISPER

Alpha Roster

benchmark


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Speaking of jargon…

SAE


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Speaking of jargon…

SAE

AAE L/R +/- Be


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Speaking of jargon…

SAE

AAE L/R +/- Be

ChE ch/sh


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  • Pidgins:

  • Simplified and varied grammar

  • that allows rapid learning

  • Combine a lexifier language

  • with other language(s) using

  • the lexical items and grammar

  • of both

  • Die out when speakers learn

  • the primary language


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  • Creoles:

  • Advanced pidgin developed

  • by children

  • May continue to develop over

  • several generations

  • Hatian Creole, Gullah, Tok

  • pisin


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Fun with language…

Latin

Cockney Rhyming Slang


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