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The Changes in the Linguistic Usage of the Word Weird in the English Language
Weird An abundance of meanings and origins of society's commonly used words
are unknown to the majority of individuals. Currently, the word 'weird'
refers to something or someone odd or unusual. Strangely, it once indicated
the destiny or fate of a person or thing. The drastic connotative
transition occurred due to th...
745 words
4 pages
The Linguistic Fluctuations Inside Various States of the United States
I chose a survey pool of five Californians, four Oregonians, two Washingtonians and two Coloradans. The groups of two are from their respective capitals while the five Californians represent the bay area and the Oregonians are half from Eugene with the other two coming from Portland and Medford. All participants range from...
1,380 words
5 pages
A Comparison of the Two Latino Varieties of English in the Article by Professor Robert Bayley
Reflection #3 After reading the assigned articles, I found many of them to be interesting. Particularly, I found the article by Professor Robert Bayley regarding Latino varieties of English to be the most interesting. I specifically found the comparison of the basic features of the two kinds of Latino English verities,...
234 words
2 pages