The Pacific and Australasia

The Pacific and Australasia

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This volume gives a detailed overview of the varieties of English spoken in the Pacific and Australasia, including regional, social and ethnic dicalects (such as New Zealand, Australian Vernacular, or Maori English) as well as pidgins and creoles (such as Tok Pisin, Hawaii Creole, or Kriol in Australia). The chapters, written by widely acclaimed specialists, provide concise and comprehensive information on the phonological, morphological and syntactic characteristics of each variety discussed. The articles are followed by exercises and study questions. The exercises are geared towards students and can be used for classroom assignments as well as for self study in preparation for exams. Instructors can use the exercises, sound samples and interactive maps to enhance their classroom presentations and to highlight important language features. The accompanying CD-ROM contains interactive maps and speech samples that supplement the printed articles and offer material and data for further research. The rich detail found in the chapters as well as the valuable tools on the CD-Rom make this survey of English Varieties a mainstay for researchers and teachers. Key features indispensable textbook for students of English linguistics exercises and study questions interactive CD-ROM(15) (Tasmania: Electrolux salesman is talking about a blocked vacuum cleaner he was asked to fix. The machine turned out to be inhabited by a colony of mice.) I took the hose off the front... a#39;n there was a blimmin mouse sitting... lookin... so Ianbsp;...

Title:The Pacific and Australasia
Author:Kate Burridge, Bernd Kortmann
Publisher:Walter de Gruyter - 2008-12-10


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