English World-Wide 22:1
[English World-Wide, 22:1] 2001.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Was/Were-variation in non-standard British English todayLieselotte Anderwald | pp. 1–21
Ghanaianisms: Towards a semantic and a formal classificationKari Dako | pp. 23–53
Falkland Islands English: A southern hemisphere variety?Andrea Sudbury | pp. 55–80
The use of vague language in intercultural conversations in Hong KongWinnie Cheng and Martin Warren | pp. 81–104
Non-sexist language reform and generic pronouns in Australian EnglishAnne Pauwels | pp. 105–119
Paul Foulkes and Gerard Docherty, eds.. 1999. Urban Voices: Accent Studies in the British IslesReviewed by David Britain | pp. 121–128
Ayo Bamgbose, ed.. 2000. Sociolinguistics in West AfricaReviewed by Magnus Huber | pp. 128–133
Laurie A. Greene. 1999. A Grammar of Belizean Creole: Compilations from Two Existing United States DialectsReviewed by Marlis Hellinger | pp. 133–137
Douglas Biber, Stig Johansson, Geoffrey Leech, Susan Conrad and Edward Finegan. 1999. Longman Grammar of Spoken and Written EnglishReviewed by Edgar W. Schneider | pp. 137–143
Shorter noticespp. 145–155
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