since the 17th century. Indian English accents are marked by the pronunciation of phonemes such as /t/ and /d/ (often pronounced with retroflex articulation as and ) and the replacement of / and / with dentals t and. Huddleston, Rodney; Pullum, Geoffrey. North America Main articles: American English, General American, African American Vernacular English, Southern American English, and Canadian English North American English is fairly homogeneous compared to British English. 278 It is based on British English, but in recent years, because of influence from the United States, some words of American English origin have made it into Nigerian English. Word formation processes English forms new words from existing words or roots in its vocabulary through a variety of processes. Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. A minority of linguists, 265 contrarily, propose that aave mostly traces back to African languages spoken by the slaves who had to develop a pidgin or Creole English to communicate with slaves of other ethnic and linguistic origins. Additionally, some new words and collocations have emerged from the language, which come from the need to express concepts specific to the culture of the nation (e.g.
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In the countries of the EU, English is the most widely spoken foreign language in nineteen of the twenty-five member states where it is not an official language (that is, the countries other than the UK, Ireland and Malta ). " Rosa's roses : reduced vowels in American English" (PDF). Modern Irish English, however, has its roots in English colonisation in the 17th century. For example, the word bite was originally pronounced as the word beet is today, and the second vowel in the word about was pronounced as the word boot is today. Just as with questions, many negative constructions require the negation to occur with do-support, thus in Modern English I don't know him is the correct answer to the question Do you know him?, but not *I know him not.
Bay and boat pronounced be and bot). Studies in English Language. 105 Use of English is growing country-by-country internally and for international communication. It has also become by far the most important language of international communication when people who share no native language meet anywhere in the world. In the Wycliffe Bible of the 1380s, the verse Matthew 8:20 was written: Foxis han dennes, and briddis of heuene han nestis 46 Here the plural suffix -n on the verb have is still retained, but none. J.; McArthur, Tom, eds. Most count nouns are inflected for plural number through the use of the plural suffix - s, but a few nouns have irregular plural forms. This gives an English syllable the following structure, (CCC)V(cccc) where C represents a consonant and V a vowel; the word strengths /strks/ is thus an example of the most complex syllable possible in English. "Chapter 3: Phonology and Morphology". For example, in the phrase I think (that) you are lying, the main clause is headed by the verb think, the subject is I, but the object of the phrase is the subordinate clause (that) you are lying.