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Nine specimens of English dialects
Walter W. Skeat
|Statement||by Walter Skeat edited from various sources.|
|Genre||Glossaries, vocabularies, etc|
|Series||[Publications] / English Dialect Society -- 76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 193 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||193|
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Curran's discussion of the literary development of English covers a stretch of approximately years, from the 5th to the 15th century, thus embracing two of the so-called "periods" in the history of the English language, i.e. Old English and Middle English. The romans of Partenay, or of Lusignen: otherwise known as the tale of Melusine: (London, Pub. for the Early English Text Society by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., , revised and reprinted ), by active 14th centuryth century Couldrette, also ed. by Walter W. Skeat (page images at .
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OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint Nine specimens of English dialects book the ed. Description: xxiv, pages 22 cm. Contents: The York minster screen (in the dialect of the North Riding of Yorkshire, ) / by George Newton Brown --Jim an' Nell (a dramatic poem in the dialect of North Devon, ) / by William Frederick Rock --John Noakes and Mary Styles (in the dialect of Essex, ) / by Charles Clark --A Yorkshire.
Nine specimens of English dialects. London, Pub. for the English dialect Society by H. Frowde, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
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1 CHAPTER I DIALECTS AND THEIR VALUE. According to the New English Dictionary, the oldest sense, in English, of the word dialect was simply “a manner of speaking” or “phraseology,” in accordance with its derivation from the Greek dialectos, a discourse or way of speaking; from the verb dialegesthai, to discourse or converse.
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Nine specimens of English dialects () avec Walter William Skeat () comme Éditeur scientifique Two collections of derbicisms, containing words and phrases in a great measure peculiar to the natives and inhabitants of the county of Derby, by Samuel Pegge.The Yugambeh language (also termed the Mibin dialects) is a dialect cluster of the wider Bandjalangic branch of the Pama–Nyungan language family.
Yugambeh was included in the Australian Standard Classification of Languages as Yugambeh () in Results from the Australian Census indicate there are 18 speakers of Yugambeh.Two dialects are still seen as being substandard by many Americans: Appalachian and Black English.
Unlike other dialects, they have considerable grammatical differences that make them sound to the mainstream as simply horrible English. In Appalachia, for example, they say us’ns and you’ns.