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The term dialect is used in two distinct ways to refer to two different types of linguistic phenomena. One usage—the more common among linguists—refers to a ...

IDEA International Dialects of English Archive | free dialect and ...

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Collection of freely downloadable recordings of real people speaking English in their own native accents and dialects. Nearly 300 4-minute MP3 samples ...

Dialect | Define Dialect at Dictionary.com

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Dialect definition, Linguistics. a variety of a language that is distinguished from other varieties of the same language by features of phonology, grammar, and ...

Dialect | Definition of Dialect by Merriam-Webster

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a form of a language that is spoken in a particular area and that uses some of its own words, grammar, and pronunciations. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's  ...

The Difference Between a Language and a Dialect - The Atlantic

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Jan 19, 2016 ... What's the difference between a language and a dialect? Is there some kind of technical distinction, the way there is between a quasar and a ...

Language and Linguistics: Dialects | NSF - National Science ...

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What They Are. Different language communities have certain ways of talking that set them apart from others. Those differences may be thought of as dialects ...

HLW: Introduction: Dialects and Languages

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How Language Works: the Cognitive Science of Linguistics. Edition 3.0. An introductory course in linguistics. Freely available for downloading and mirroring.

Dialect Survey Maps - Dialect Survey Results

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Below are the dialect maps, displaying what terms and pronunciations are used, and where they are used. Participant Data (and map of all participants)

dialect | linguistics | Britannica.com

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A variety of a language that signals where a person comes from. The notion is usually interpreted geographically (regional dialect), but it also has some ...

Next The Economist explains: How a dialect differs from a language

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Feb 16, 2014 ... If two people can understand each other, they are speaking the same language, but not necessarily the same dialect.

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di·a·lect
[dahy-uh-lekt]
NOUN
1.
Linguistics. a variety of a language that is distinguished from other varieties of the same language by features of phonology, grammar, and vocabulary, and by its use by a group of speakers who are set off from others geographically or socially.
2.
a provincial, rural, or socially distinct variety of a language that differs from the standard language, especially when considered as substandard.
3.
a special variety of a language: The literary dialect is usually taken as the standard language.
4.
a language considered as one of a group that have a common ancestor: Persian, Latin, and English are Indo-European dialects.
5.
jargon or cant.
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