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Lecture 12 Colonial Languages

Lecture 12 Colonial Languages - Announcements Assignment#3...

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Announcements Assignment #3 will be up today at 2pm. It is due this Friday, April 30 th at noon . Next Monday: In-class midterm exam . Bring a large pink Scantron and a #2 pencil.
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Percentage non-English lg use From background survey, n=121 22 46 18 12 13 4 3 3 Percentage non-English language use 1.Never -- I only use English. 2.Between 0-15%. 3.Between 15-30%. 4.Between 30-45%. 5.Between 45-60%. 6.Between 60-75%. 7.Between 75-90%. 8.Between 90-100%.
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Number of Native Languages From background survey, n=121 1 Language; 86 2 Languages; 34 3 Languages; 1 Number of native languages
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Native Languages From background survey; n= 157 88 17 13 9 7 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 7 Native languages English Spanish Mandarin Chinese Cantonese Korean Vietnamese Japanese Farsi (Persian) Arabic Tagalog Hindi Mon-Khmer (Cambodian) Other
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Number of significant exposure lg’s From background survey; n= 121 1 Language; 37 2 Languages; 68 3 Languages; 13 4 Languages; 2 Number of "significant exposure" languages
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Significant exposure languages 110 33 19 13 12 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 10 "Significant exposure" languages English Spanish Mandarin Chinese Cantonese Korean Vietnamese Farsi (Persian) Japanese Arabic Hindi Gujarathi French Tagalog Portuguese Mon-Khmer (Cambodian) Other From background survey; n= 224
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Languages in HS/College From background survey; n=121. 81 33 20 20 9 7 7 6 4 3 1 3 Languages in HS/College Spanish English (as a second language) French Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese) Japanese German ASL Latin or Greek Korean Italian Tagalog Other
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The Modern Language Association map www. mla .org/ map _main % of speakers of languages other than English by county (data from 2000 census)
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Most spoken languages in the US in 2005 From the Modern Language Association (MLA): http://www.mla.org/resources/map_main English is spoken by 80.60% of people over 5 years old in the entire US. Languages other than English are spoken by 19.39%. Speakers of languages other than English are divided up as follows.
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Most spoken languages in California in 2005 English is spoken by 57.59% of people over 5 years old in California. Languages other than English are spoken by 42.40%. Speakers of languages other than English are divided up as follows.
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San Diego County Languages Ages +5 % English 1,752,740 66.98% All languages other than English combined 863,749 33.01% Spanish 573,655 21.92% Tagalog 81,495 3.11% Vietnamese 31,490 1.20% Chinese 17,160 0.65% German 13,065 0.49% Japanese 13,000 0.49% French 11,675 0.44% Persian 10,510 0.40% Arabic 10,035 0.38% Korean 8,940 0.34%
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Most spoken languages in Texas in 2005 English is spoken by 66.35% of people over 5 years old in Texas. Languages other than English are spoken by 33.64%. Speakers of languages other than English are divided up as follows. .
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Maine Louisiana
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