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    Sella Saftri

    13-530-0149B Class

    SociolinguisticsSocial Dialect

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    In earlier centuries, you could tell

    were an !nglis lord or ladyca"e #ro" $y teir regional #or"

    o# !nglis% But $y te early

    twentiet century, a &erson wos&o'e wit a regional accent in!ngland was "ost unli'ely to

    $elong to te u&&er class% (&&er-class &eo&le ad an u&&er-classeducation, and tat generally

    "eant a &u$lic )i%e% &ri*ate+

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    / dialect tat *aries according to te s&ea'ers social class%Dialects are linguistic *arieties wic are distinguisa$le$y teir *oca$ulary, gra""ar and &ronunciation

    Social Dialect

    Standard !nglis

    Standard !nglis . )ecei*ed .ronunciation te 2ueens !nglis

    BBC !nglis

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    An occupational:"aor &ro#essionals and eecuti*es o#

    large $usinesses

    lesser &ro#essionals and eecuti*eso# "ediu" si6ed $usinesses

    se"i-&ro#essionals

    tecnicians and owners o# s"all$usinesses

    s'illed wor'ers

    se"i-s'illed wor'ers

    Social Classi#ying

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    An educational:

    graduate or &ro#essional educationcollege or uni*ersity degree

    attendance at college or uni*ersity

    $ut no degreeig scool graduation

    so"e ig scool education

    and less tan se*en years o# #or"aleducation%

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    Income level and source of incomeare i"&ortant #actors in anyclassifcation syste" tat #ocuses on

    ow "uc "oney &eo&le a*e%

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    So, te s&ea'ers socio-econo"icle*el will a7ect te way tey s&ea'%

    8e lower te socio-econo"ic le*el

    is, te "ore regional *ariation tereis%

    8e iger te le*el is, te less

    regional *ariation we a*e $ecauseu&&er class &eo&le "ostly use .%

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    In te 1950s in !ngland, "any &airs o# words

    were identifed wic, it was clai"ed,distinguised te s&eec o# u&&er-class!nglis &eo&le )( s&ea'ers #ro" te rest)non-( s&ea'ers%

    ( (&&er Class

    oca$ulary

    U Speakers Non-U speakers

    Sitting roo" ;ongue

    ;a*atory 8oilet

    So#a Settee

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    U Speakers Non-U Speakers

    -

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    It was #ound tat cildren #ro" lower-class#a"ilies used "ore *ernacular *er$ #or"stan cildren #ro" "iddle-class #a"ilies%

    Ara""atical .attern

    or" iger-Class ;ower-Class

    .ast 8enseI fnised tat $oo'yesterday

    I fnis tat $oo' yesterday

    .resent

    8ense

    ose wal's to scool e*ery

    day%

    ose wal' to scool e*ery

    day%

    egati*eor"

    o$ody wants any ci&s%o$ody dont want noci&s%

    /int or" Ei" isnt stu&id% Ei" aint stu&id

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