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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


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


Jargon or Argot

address harvester

CEOaround the horn

hack modeMISPER

Alpha Roster

benchmark


Speaking of jargon…

SAE


Speaking of jargon…

SAE

AAE L/R +/- Be


Speaking of jargon…

SAE

AAE L/R +/- Be

ChE ch/sh


  • 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


  • Creoles:

  • Advanced pidgin developed

  • by children

  • May continue to develop over

  • several generations

  • Hatian Creole, Gullah, Tok

  • pisin


Fun with language…

Latin

Cockney Rhyming Slang


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