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Sociolinguistics 1: Language and Society
This helps students study terms and concepts related to sociolinguistics, particularly the basics.
Terms in this set (24)
It is believed that he coined the term sociolinguistics.
The year in which Haver Currie is said to have coined the term sociolinguistics.
Thomas C. Hodson
He was the first to coin the term sociolinguistics.
The year in which the term sociolinguistics was first coined.
"Sociolinguistics in India"
He was the first person to use sociolinguistics in relation to linguistics.
The year in which the term sociolinguistics was first used in relation to linguistics.
The name of Nida's book
It means related to society.
It is the scientific study of language.
It deals with the relationship between language and society.
They are varieties of a particular language.
They are found in grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation.
It refers to difference in pronunciation.
it is range of dialects spoken across a large geographical area. If the areas are geographically close to each other, there are minor differences between dialects. But, as the distance increases, the difference between dialects also increases.
It is an individual's use of the language.
This is the quality of dialects. They are dependent on other dialects or on a particular language.
This is the quality of a language. It is independent as it has its own grammar, vocabulary, phonetics, syntax, etc.
It states that languages create different ways of thinking. It was put forth by Edward Sapir and Benjamin Lee Whorf.
King's English or Queen's English
It is another name for Standard English.
Standard English developed in Oxford, London, and Cambridge. So, it is known as this.
Standard English is used in media. So, it has this name.
It means Received Pronunciation. It is the accent of Standard English.
Standard English is considered superior to other dialects.