English World-Wide

Volume 22, Issue 1 (2001)

2001.  
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Was/Were-variation in non-standard British English today
Lieselotte Anderwald
1–21
Ghanaianisms: Towards a semantic and a formal classification
Kari Dako
23–53
Falkland Islands English: A southern hemisphere variety?
Andrea Sudbury
55–80
The use of vague language in intercultural conversations in Hong Kong
Winnie Cheng and Martin Warren
81–104
Non-sexist language reform and generic pronouns in Australian English
Anne Pauwels
105–119
Reviews
Review of Foulkes & Docherty (1999): Urban Voices: Accent Studies in the British Isles
Reviewed by David Britain
121–128
Review of Bamgbose (2000): Sociolinguistics in West Africa
Reviewed by Magnus Huber
128–133
Review of Greene (1999): A Grammar of Belizean Creole: Compilations from Two Existing United States Dialects
Reviewed by Marlis Hellinger
133–137
Review of Biber, Johansson, Leech, Conrad & Finegan (1999): Longman Grammar of Spoken and Written English
Reviewed by Edgar W. Schneider
137–143
Shorter notices
145–155
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