World Englishes: Critical Concepts in Linguistics, Volume 2

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Kingsley Bolton, Braj B. Kachru
Taylor & Francis, 2006 - English language - 512 pages
 

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Contents

Standard English in Jamaica a case of competing models
5
Reexamining Caribbean English creole continua
17
English in the SubSaharan linguistic landscape beginning of millennium observations
76
An account of distinctive phonetic and lexical features of Gambian English
89
English in the Nigerian environment
105
Towards a grammar of proto South African English
120
The lexis of South African English reflections of a multilingual society
146
Black South African English where to from here?
163
English in South Asia
255
Indian English some myths some realities
311
English as an Asian language
324
Which language which culture regional Englishes in contemporary Asia
343
The range and depth of Englishknowing bilinguals in Singapore
352
The situation of English Singapore
369
Malaysian English status norms some grammatical and lexical features
390
The sociolinguistics of Hong Kong and the space for Hong Kong English
418

English in Zimbabwe Zambia and Malawi
181
What do we really know about Kenyan English? A pilot study in research methodology
200
Assessing the state of Ugandan English an account of the nature and key features of an East African variety
216
East and Southern African English accents
226
The indigenization of English in Pakistan
245
The social dimensions of Philippine English
445
The lexicon of Philippine English
457
The verb in Philippine English a preliminary analysis of modal would
479
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