English World-Wide 28:2
[English World-Wide, 28:2] 2007. 88 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Niuean English: Initial insights into an emerging varietyDonna Starks, Jane Christie, and Laura Thompson | pp. 133–146
“There’s bears back there”: Plural existentials and vernacular universals in (Quebec) EnglishJames A. Walker | pp. 147–166
New variety or learner English? Criteria for variety status and the case of Euro-EnglishSandra Mollin | pp. 167–185
Intonational marking of new and given information in Cameroon EnglishYves Talla Sando Ouafeu | pp. 187–199
Thomas E. Murray and Beth Lee Simon, eds.. 2006. Language Variation and Change in the American MidlandReviewed by Charles Boberg | pp. 201–205
Ulrich Miethaner. 2005. I can look through muddy water: Analyzing Earlier African American English in Blues Lyrics (BLUR)Reviewed by Gerard Van Herk | pp. 205–209
Jean Paul Kouega. 2006. Aspects of Cameroon English Usage: A Lexical AppraisalReviewed by Eric A. Anchimbe | pp. 210–214
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