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Questions in Dialect - As You May Know mp3 download

Performer: Questions in Dialect
Title: As You May Know
Location: Chase Park Transduction, Athens, GA
Released: May 13, 2008
Size MP3 version: 1964 mb
Size FLAC version: 1216 mb
Size WMA version: 1240 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 348
Genre: Pop Rock

Questions in Dialect - As You May Know mp3 download

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It doesn’t belong to England anymore, Mr. Upton said. Just as you in North America have done things with it and own it yourselves, so people in Africa and the Far East and so on are doing the same. It’s all very exciting.

The following is a list of dialects of English. Dialects are linguistic varieties which may differ in pronunciation, vocabulary, spelling and grammar. For the classification of varieties of English in terms of pronunciation only, see Regional accents of English.

It is not a lingua franca in practical use outside of formal settings, as you may think it could be. Nearly all Egyptians I've talked with have told me that they simply speak in their dialect, and muddle through (such as a Spanish speaker in Italy or Brazil would) or try to learn the local dialect, when travelling in other Arabic countries. It's a far cry from dialects as we know them in Europe, such as between my Irish dialect and other ones in English, or Rio Portuguese, or Colombian Spanish compared to other ones.

Examples and observations about them. Some differences in . regional dialects may be traced to the dialects spoken by colonial settlers from England. Those from southern England spoke one dialect and those from the north spoke another. In addition, the colonists who maintained close contact with England reflected the changes occurring in British English, while earlier forms were preserved among Americans who spread westward and broke communication with the Atlantic coast

The thick dialect of the working class of Edinburgh can be heard in the movie Trainspotting. Highland English is pronounced in a lilting fashion with pure vowels. Dialects typically vary in their status. In the colonial and revolutionary times, a Boston, New York, or Virginia accent marked you as a gentleman or lady. In the early part of the 1900’s, the accent of suburban New York was tops: Listen to the recordings of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, for example. Unlike "General American" (the radio and television reporter’s accent), FDR dropped his r’s and drawled his vowels luxuriously.

Many people believe the word dialect refers only to the use of unusual vocabulary, but this is only one aspect of a dialect. This preoccupation with vocabulary is perhaps not surprising. Grammatical variation tends to be very subtle and many non-standard constructions are in fact national, rather than regional features of popular speech. Likewise, differences in pronunciation, although noticeable, rarely affect our ability to understand each other. So it is only when someone uses an unfamiliar word or expression that we assume they are speaking in dialect. Local words and expressions

As we already know, the upper-class South-Eastern English spoken in and around London was the basis upon which a Standard English was created.

In such areas, the prestige dialect of the city has obviously expanded. As a general rule, those dialects, or at least certain dialectal features, with greater social prestige tend to replace those that are valued lower on the social scale. In times of less-frequent contact between populations, dialectal differences increase; in periods. com/topic/dialect", "title": "Dialect","gaExtraDimensions": {"3":"false"} } }. Contents.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The God of Green Hope Questions in Dialect 8:40
2 They Rose Up in the Twilight Questions in Dialect 6:45
3 Paper Tigers Questions in Dialect 7:21
4 The Possibilities of Right Now Questions in Dialect 3:18
5 Resurrection of the Dead Questions in Dialect 5:53
6 Supplemental/Inflatable/Restraint Questions in Dialect 7:19
7 Walking on Water Questions in Dialect 6:36
8 Roll the Credits Questions in Dialect 6:27


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