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    What Are Dialects

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    are dialects? Dialect is a language spoken by a dialects group of people. Dialects are different from the standard language. They have different phonology, grammar, and vocabulary. How do dialects form? Dialects tend to evolve based on geographical features. Dialects are usually formed in isolated places where a language is stranded within a certain group of people for a long period. This is why people from highlands, basins, and island possess a stronger dialect. Creation of dialects is just

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    Southern Dialect

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    I am from Salisbury, MD, so I never thought I had a different dialect from the rest of Maryland until I came to Towson. My friends tease me at times because I “sound so Southern.” Due to the fact that some of my family is from Alabama, I have picked up on a few of those southern traits. My father tends to say “warsh” instead of “wash,” and a lot of my family members tend to leave out the “g” in words that end with “ing.” Instead of asking, “Are you guys going to the store?” I would ask, “Are y’all

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    Black Dialect Essay

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    beneath the storyline. In most cases, authors dictate their writings in their culture’s dialect for many different reasons, many reasons of which that would not conclude them as being racist for using

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    English Dialect Analysis

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    Map Shows How Americans Speak 24 Different English Dialects by Max Nisen from Business Insider. Nisen says that America speaks one language but there is distinctive sayings that are baffling to most people from other parts of the country. Nisen also gives a map that was from Long Island University’s Robert Delaney which was displayed by Reid Wilson at The Washington Post. The map shows the division of twenty-four different distinctive dialects; which is a lot more complicated. The article also

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    Key issue 3 Understanding the ways dialect vary. Many people have wondered why, if we are in one country, why do a lot of people sound different. Each region has its own language by way of spelling, vocabulary, and pronounciation. This is called dialect. THe sub division of a dialect is called subdialect. English Dialects Serval hundred years ago, English speakers migrated and settled in North America which stated the development of dialects of the English language. Because of its widespread distribution

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    States has many different dialects that are spoken in different areas of the country. The meaning of certain words in the Eastern side of the country have different meanings on the Southerner side of the country. The results of different dialects from different side of the country are all very unique. This reflects how people in communities within different regions have develop their own unique dialect and in many cases have travel far to other regions of the country. Dialect defines where an individual

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    hundreds of dialects in America and they are continuing to grow, in regions such as the north, the south, and the west. Dialects in these regions have been around for years and are relentlessly flourishing. For example, many residents in Ohio speak the Appalachia dialect. (Do You Speak American? Down south, 2005). In this region the Appalachian dialect is becoming a trend and is spreading rapidly. (Do You Speak American? Down south, 2005). In other regions like the west, there are dialects that have

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    All through the current years, the kind of the dialect utilized as a part of music have been enormously moved and it is still ceaselessly evolving. As of this day, the utilization of revolting dialect in popular music is more mainstream than any other time in recent memory. Practically every craftsman who created popular music utilizes profane dialect in their music. The utilization of some revolting expressions, for example, "fuck" have turned out to be famous in popular music and accordingly, the

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    Dialect is the method of human communication, either spoken or written, consisting of the use of words in a structured and conventional way. The importance of languages to a culture is that when a language dies or disappears it removes the wealth of knowledge about history, culture, the natural environment and the human brain says Tom Colls from The Death of Languages. Languages are like the root of every culture. For a language to become nonexistence for a culture begins that culture to a hard

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    characters in the novel use a dialect word or phrase every now and then, however, in the novel; dialect speech is associated with a single character, Joseph. He speaks Yorkshire dialect almost exclusively. His language is the typical dialect spoken by a servant. Charlotte Brontë describes him as “one of the most graphic characters in the book”. Joseph’s use of dialect according to Nath (2005) reflects the roughness of Wuthering Heights and its surroundings. Joseph’s dialect is intelligible but not easy

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