South African English Vocabulary
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South African English Vocabulary is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, South African English Vocabulary books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- DEFINING PEOPLE: RACE AND ETHNICITY IN SOUTH AFRICAN
- and the Dictionary of South African English on Historical Principles (DSAEHP,. 1996).
- BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN ENGLISH: WHERE TO FROM HERE
- Black South African English is generally regarded as the variety of English ..
- David H. Gough - English in South Africa
- Department of Linguistics and English Language, Rhodes University.
- Varieties of English: South African English by Vanessa Reis Esteves
- certain amount of controversy as Penny Silva, The , Editor of the Oxford Dictionary of South.
- Where Verb Entries Fail: The Case of A Dictionary of South African
- headwords which belong to the “unconventional part of the English vocabulary” which originated in, or is specific to, South Africa (DSAE: vii).
Suggested News Resources
- Wayward words get you in trouble
- Words like "lekker", meaning "nice", or "voetsak", meaning buzz-off, form part of the South African English vocabulary. Problems arise though, when you mix languages in Australia… as I once experienced in a holy setting.
Suggested Web Resources
- South African English - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Vocabulary. [edit.
- List of South African slang words - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- ouch! used as a mainstream word in South African English; ek sê - I say!
- South African English | Macmillan - Macmillan Dictionary Blog
- 5 days ago Welcome to our South African English page.
- South African English is lekker! - SouthAfrica.info
- South Africans speak English, that doesn't mean you'll always understand us. Tune in with our quick dictionary of SA idiom. South African English is lekker!
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