English World-Wide 34:2
[English World-Wide, 34:2] 2013. iii, 129 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
“We just don’t even know”: The usage of the pragmatic focus particles even and still in Nigerian EnglishRobert Fuchs, Ulrike Gut, and Taiwo Soneye | pp. 123–145
Natural language change or prescriptive influence? Throve, dove, pled, drug and snuck in 19th-century American EnglishLieselotte Anderwald | pp. 146–176
Intelligibility and attitudes: How American English and Singapore English are perceived around the worldYing-Ying Tan and Christina Castelli | pp. 177–201
Temporal adverbials and the present perfect/past tense alternationValentin Werner | pp. 202–240
Lisa Lim and Nikolas Gisborne, eds.. 2011. The Typology of Asian EnglishesReviewed by Zhiming Bao | pp. 241–244
Joseph Lo Bianco, Jane Orton, and Gao Yihong, eds.. 2009. China and English: Globalisation and the Dilemmas of IdentityReviewed by Zhichang Xu | pp. 245–251
Cited by 2 other publications
Bao, Chenyao, Xiaowen Zhang, Yunhua Qu & Zhiwei Feng
Chan, Jim Yee Him
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