Hello and welcome to the topic types of dialects, and we have four types of dialects. They are regional dialect minority dialect, social dialect, individual dialect. We move on to the next according to Hudson 1994. And he says, you are what you speak, how you speak it. Thus, dialect varies at four levels.
They are regional minority, social and individual so let's, discuss one by one. The first is original data original dialect is a variety of language spoken in a particular area of a county. Some regional.
Dialects have been given traditional names. They stand out as being significantly different from standard varieties spoken in the same place move on to the next. The regional dialects of English are known as British English American English Canadian English, Australian English Indian English. And so on. Now we have the next minority dialect, sometimes members of a particular minority, ethnic group have their own variety, which they use as a mark of identity, usually alongside a standard variety.
This is. Called a minority diary. We continue for examples, African American vernacular English in the USA, London Jamaican and Britain and aboriginal English in Australia. There could be the examples of minority dialects. Now we have social dialect or social act, social life or social dialect is associated with a particular class, a social elect links individuals with the community of its users and assigns prestige to a group.
We continue our discussion of social dialect, a form of language used by a social-. Economy class a profession and his group or other social groups, for example, your social economic class, can indeed influence your speech. Your profession is also a factor in your social act. Or the way you use language. We continue our discussion of social dialect, your gender. That is to say the difference between the way men and women speak the way they use language to add women speak far more words per day than men.
Do another example we continue your age, your race, your social association with a. Particular group of people and so on, we continue social dialect or social act. Peter trill in a glossary of social linguistics states, a variety, which is thought of as being related to its speaker's, social background, rather than geographical background. Next individual dialect or ideally. It is also known as isolate. That is to say I do is used by all individuals living in a society, the different tone accent, pronunciation and style being used by every person is referred to as I direct individual. Dialect or deflect, idolater refers to an individual's, unique variety and or use of language that is to say your way of speaking your individual way of expressing something that is, in fact, I do it.
You should know that no two persons speak in the same way. And that each person's dialect is constantly undergoing change. This is known as I do like hope you understand the lesson.
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Dated : 07-Apr-2022