Jamaican Creole Phonology
- Patois not enemy of English
- It has, therefore, become difficult for Caribbean people to distinguish between what is English expression, for example, and what expression is in the 'first' language, that is, Patois (Patwa), also called 'dialect', or 'Creole', or 'Jamaican'.
- Let's have Patois and English, not 'Panglish'
- I am a strong supporter of the use of the Jamaican language (I am not referring to profane language); I use it often in this column, and when I preach. For making us Jamaicans who speak the Jamaican language feel comfortable with ourselves, we owe Dr ...
- Bermudian Linguistics Student Receives Award
- Ms. Hall recently completed her M.
- Grammatical structures as a window into the past
- The Atlas of Pidgin and Creole Language Structures, published by Oxford University Press and as a free online publication, contains in-depth comparable information on syntactic and phonological patterns of 76 languages.
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