With the passage of time Pronunciation, morphology, vocabulary, and semantic that make one group of speakers different fro...
Etc.
English dialects appeared As a result from the regional separation of communities within the British Isles.
Involves variation in speech related to :
Is focus especially on A prominent example is
Related with the degree of acceptance of the language American subsystem With distinctive forms in only a small class of w...
Both have <ul><li>Gramatical differences </li></ul><ul><li>(BrE)  “The goverment  is  or  are  in favour of economic sanct...
Scots Hiberno- English Canadian English South Africa Australia New Zealand
Which is associated with One type of pronunciation is RP  “Received Pronunciation” The older schools and universities of E...
Varieties according to field of discourse A speaker has repertoire of varieties according to field and switches to the app...
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Varities of english

  1. 3. With the passage of time Pronunciation, morphology, vocabulary, and semantic that make one group of speakers different from another group of speakers of the same language. This geographical Dispersion resulted in DIALECTS
  2. 4. Etc.
  3. 5. English dialects appeared As a result from the regional separation of communities within the British Isles.
  4. 6. Involves variation in speech related to :
  5. 7. Is focus especially on A prominent example is
  6. 8. Related with the degree of acceptance of the language American subsystem With distinctive forms in only a small class of words Colour, Centre , Levelled , etc. Color, Center, Leveled, etc.
  7. 9. Both have <ul><li>Gramatical differences </li></ul><ul><li>(BrE) “The goverment is or are in favour of economic sanctions” (a singular or plural verb may be used in this sentense) </li></ul><ul><li>(AmE) “The goverment is in favour of economic sanctions” </li></ul><ul><li>Lexical differences </li></ul><ul><li>(BrE) Torch </li></ul><ul><li>(AmE) Flashlight </li></ul>
  8. 10. Scots Hiberno- English Canadian English South Africa Australia New Zealand
  9. 11. Which is associated with One type of pronunciation is RP “Received Pronunciation” The older schools and universities of England
  10. 12. Varieties according to field of discourse A speaker has repertoire of varieties according to field and switches to the appropriate one as occasion demands . Law Cookery Engineering the medium attitude Differences between Spoken Written to the A gradient in attitude between Formal Neutral Informal

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