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Taralynn Carter Grammar 321/Crawford 1/22/08 HW#1 WKB CH 1: ex. 1 & 2 1 A: 1. true 2. false 3. false 4. true 5. true 6. true 7. false 8. false 9. true 10. false 11. true B: 1. Sub-register: job interview General register: casual conversation 2. Geographic dialects: Southern, Bostonian, Minnesotan 3. Social dialect: Teenage girls 4. Prescriptive rule: Never end a sentance in a preposition. 2 Sample 1: You know, I don't know. An incomplete or ilformed ending or an utterance that reflects the time constraints and interactive nature of conversation. so, he would. A conversational form that is not likely to be used in expository prose. See I would die if I lived at my house.
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Unformatted text preview: A conversational form that is not likely to be used in expository prose. Me too. A conversational form that is not likely to be used in expository prose. Sample 2: oh. Non standard English. There was a couple policement down there. .. Non standard English. They just kinda wanted to. .. An incomplete or ilformed ending or an utterance that reflects the time constraints and interactive nature of conversation. I thought it was the dog-catcher that give you that. Non standard English. Well I don't know. A conversational form that is not likely to be used in expository prose....
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