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The Roles of Singapore Standard English and Singlish
ungrammatical structures and mix Standard English with Singlish expressions, or , in the case of very weak students, they might use only Singlish. (1999, p.
Club Singapore
Feb 12, 2010 people to come up with as many auspicious sayings as they could to usher in the new year, and tested them on arcane Singlish expressions.
7 Singlish pronunciation of "copy," pronounced with an unaspirated "k." 8 Singlish expression for "lost." 9 Local way of addressing a male teacher.
“He 'catch no ball' leh!” Globalization versus localization in the
Singlish expressions were noted for each type of translation.
How to use 'aiyah - A Dictionary of Singlish and Singapore English
Feb 10, 2006 expressions, so I started writing them down and finding out what they meant.

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Singlish vocabulary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A list of Singlish terms and expressions widely used in Singapore is set out below .
Singlish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
W - TalkingCock
Probably the most common Singlish expression of all, it is used in much the same way as "oh my goodness", "wow", or "damn!
WEN - TalkingCock
THE PERSPECTIVIST » What is Singlish arh?

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