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Which one is true about Dialect?1. Dialect is an uncomplicated version of standard...
Which one is true about Dialect?
1. Dialect is an uncomplicated version of standard english.
2. All native speaker of english speak a dialect of english
3. East and southern (US.) people speak different dialect of english
4. Use of dialect depend of individuals level of education.
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Geesh! Any chance they could ALL be correct?
A dialect is indeed a less complex version of an official language. It is true also that it is a localized lexicon, meaning that it is different from place to place, and that most people who share the same location will have a tendency to share that unique characteristic particularly because communication is the most frequently used tool among human beings in a similar group. It is also true that not only Eastern, but Southern, Northern, Midwestern and Southwestern English are spoken with differentiations of the same language. I live in Alabama and trust me I can attest to that coming from Seattle! It is also true that every modern language has a dialect, including English and that using dialects are not directly proportional to a level of education, yet, educated people would prefer to avoid certain colloquialisms even within their dialect in comparison with people of less acumen.
Posted by herappleness on September 29, 2010 at 4:59 AM (Answer #1)
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