|The term dialect has generally been used to refer to a subordinate variety of a language True False.
The English language does not have dialect True False.
A regional dialect is a variety associated with place True False.
The Yorkshire English is a dialect of English Language True False.
The social aspect does not influence in the dialect of a language True False.
According to the text there are characteristics for Accent and Dialect. Match the sentences which correspond for each concept Accent Dialect.
Name some characteristics which involves the register.
The style of the language may depend on Social context and situation. social context, relationship of the participants, social class, sex, age, physical environment, and topic Relationship of the participant, social class and topic.
The speech community is: A group of people, who do not necessarily share the same language, but share a set of norms and rules for the use of language. A group of people who live in the same place. A group of people who has many dialects and many languages, they do not share the same grammatical rules or phonetics rules.
According with the Language Dialect. England and America have a common Dialect Accent Language.
A dialectal continuum can also be: Social rather than geographical in nature A speech community rather than accent Social class rather than style.