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How We Talk: American Regional English Today - Allan Metcalf
How We Talk: American Regional English Today
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Where are you when people • go to the coast instead of the beach • tote things as well as carry them • wait on line instead of in line • get groceries in a paper sack instead of a paper bag • say things like “The baby needs picked up” and “The car needs washed” • eat solid rectangular doughnuts... show more
Where are you when people • go to the coast instead of the beach • tote things as well as carry them • wait on line instead of in line • get groceries in a paper sack instead of a paper bag • say things like “The baby needs picked up” and “The car needs washed” • eat solid rectangular doughnuts that are also called beignets • complain when something is spendy (“costly”) •
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780618043620 (0618043624)
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
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