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by William J Oates

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Author: William J Oates
ISBN: 0855750103
ISBN13: 978-0855750107
Language: English
Publisher: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies; First Edition edition (1970)
Pages: 282
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Another linguistic trend is the use of a distinctive Aboriginal English (which might arguably be classified as a creole and is called Kriol) in some areas. Classification and distribution.

A revised linguistic survey of Australia. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies Adapted from a basic classification prepared in 1966 by . of Linguistics, Univeristy of Victoria, .

The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) is an independent Australian Government statutory authority

The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) is an independent Australian Government statutory authority.

form of Australian Aboriginal English (AAE) at least some of the time and that it. .

form of Australian Aboriginal English (AAE) at least some of the time and that it is the first (and only). Data from 1996 Census of Population and.

Linguists William Oates and Lynette Oates published A Revised Linguistic Survey of Australia in 1970 and in 1996 .

Linguists William Oates and Lynette Oates published A Revised Linguistic Survey of Australia in 1970 and in 1996, the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies published a map of Aboriginal Australia.

1970, A Revised Linguistic Survey of Australia, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra. Purvis, R. 1978, Please Sir Lets Do History, original text by the teacher and students of Port Germein Primary School, Nadjuri Australia.

Despite talking of Australians’ linguistic nervousness, Butler (this vol- ume) . Studies of AusE morphology have not been common. 5. Phonology What can we learn about Australian identity from recent developments in the phonology?

advanced television, Anita-Hill, attack-fax). In an earlier article she noted (Butler 1996) that some AmE borrowings, such as bushranger and phoney have become so integrated into AusE that speakers are no longer aware that they are AmE in origin. Phonology What can we learn about Australian identity from recent developments in the phonology?

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