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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/23/11 Professor Adrienne Lo Anth 270/271 Stance and language: Tonga
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5/23/11 Why is this funny? What language ideologies are going on here? What juxtapositions are being produced? What
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5/23/11 The global hegemony of certain Where will the next global center of English be? What is it like to come from the linguistic periphery?
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5/23/11 Phase Exampl e Past Pre- recent I been seen him Recent She done work a Pre- present We did sing Past Incepti ve I do sing Present We be singing Immedi ate I'm a- sing Aspect Exam ple SE Meaning Habitual/ continuat ive aspect [54] He be worki n' Tues days. He works frequently or habitually on Tuesdays. Intensifie d continuat ive He stay worki n'. He is always working. Tense and aspect in AAE
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5/23/11 Tonga
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5/23/11 The Tongan diaspora
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5/23/11 The shifting indexical values of Why speak English in Tonga? Why speak Tongan? Who is reluctant to speak English and why?
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