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- Do You Speak American?
- Robert MacNeil
- 09 September 2020
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CHARACTERS Do You Speak American? í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB DOWNLOAD Do You Speak American? Rise us with unpredictable responsesWith insight and wit MacNeil and Cran bring us a compelling book that is at once a celebration and a potent study of our singular languageEach wave of immigration has brought new words to enrich the American language Do you recognize the origin of 1 blunderbuss sleigh stoop coleslaw boss waffleOr2 dumb ouch shyster check kaput scram bummerOr3 phooey pastrami glitch kibbitz schnozzleOr4 broccoli espresso pizza pasta macaroni radioOr5 smithereens lollapalooza speakeasy hooliganOr6 vamoose chaps stampede mustang ranch corral1 Dutch 2 German 3 Yiddish 4 Italian 5 Irish 6 Spanish From the Hardcover editio. The book started by discussing the various regional English accents or dialects When it stayed on the topic of regio
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CHARACTERS Do You Speak American? í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB DOWNLOAD Do You Speak American? Is American English in decline Are regional dialects dying out Is there a difference between men and women in how they adapt to linguistic variationsThese uestions and about our language catapulted Robert MacNeil and William Cran the authors with Robert McCrum of the language classic The Story of English across the country in search of the answers Do You Speak American is the tale of their discoveries which provocatively show how the standard for American English if a standard exists is changing uickly and dramatically On a journey that takes them from the Northeast through Appalachia and the Deep South and west to California the autho. I am not a linguist but I was raised by one As a result of hearing different languages and different language dialecREVIEW ¼ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB × Robert MacNeil
CHARACTERS Do You Speak American? í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB DOWNLOAD Do You Speak American? Rs observe everyday verbal interactions and in a host of interviews with native speakers glean the linguistic uirks and traditions characteristic of each area While examining the histories and controversies surrounding both written and spoken American English they address anxieties and assumptions that when explored are highly emotional such as the growing influence of Spanish as a threat to American English and the special treatment of African American vernacular English And challenging the purists who think grammatical standards are in serious deterioration and that media saturation of our culture is homogenizing our speech they surp. A fun little look into American English and it s many dialects This book is great for those without much background