This two-part volume provides a collection of 27 linguistic studies and contributions that shed light on the evolution of different Englishes world-wide (varieties, learner Englishes, dialects, creoles) from a broad spectrum of different perspectives, including both synchronic and diachronic approaches. What makes the volume unique is that it is the first-ever contribution to the field which includes a section exclusively commited towards testing, discussing and refining Schneideras (2007) Dynamic Model against recent realities of English world-wide (Part 1). These realities include a wide variety of case studies ranging from regions (socio)linguistically as diverse as South Africa, the Phillipines, Cyprus or Germany. Part 2 goes beyond the Dynamic Model and offers both empirical and theoretical perspectives on the evolution of World Englishes. In doing so, it provides contributions with a theoretical focus on the topic as well as cross-varietal accounts; it sheds light on individual Englishes from different geographical regions and offers new perspectives on aolda varieties.The evolution of Brunei English How it is contributing to the development of English in the world David Deterding ... with the first three years of primary school taught in Malay and then English-medium instruction being adopted for mostanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Evolution of Englishes|
|Author||:||Sarah Buschfeld, Thomas Hoffmann, Magnus Huber, Alexander Kautzsch|
|Publisher||:||John Benjamins Publishing Company - 2014-09-15|