- In Ferguson's definition, (H) and (L) are always closely related.
- ARABIC DIGLOSSIA: TEACHING ONLY THE STANDARD VARIETY
- Arizona Working Papers in SLA & Teaching, 14, 111-122 (2007). 111. ARABIC DIGLOSSIA: TEACHING ONLY THE.
- 1 Towards an understanding of the relationship between diglossia
- between Diglossia and Literacy, a Survey Commissioned by the Language and.
- Indians beat English in their own language at TOEFL: Educational Testing Service
- Linguist Peggy Mohan explained how Indians have improved at English by drawing a distinction between bilingualism and diglossia.
- Diglossia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In linguistics, diglossia refers to a situation in which two dialects or languages are used by a single language community.
- diglossia (linguistics) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- diglossia (linguistics), the coexistence of two varieties of the same language throughout a speech community.
- Diglossia as a Sociolinguistic Situation
- Dec 12, 2004 Diglossia as a Sociolinguistic Situation. Harold F.
- Diglossia | Define Diglossia at Dictionary.com
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