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Change English
Will
Can
Shall
May
Would
Could
Should/ would
Might
Will
Would
Can
Could
5 terms
Change the English into English
Jam
Fred
plop
sebastiano
Jam
Fred
plop
sebastiano
Jam
Jam
Fred
Fred
14 terms
English - Change
Deregulate
Decentralise
Degrade
downgrade
Déréglementer
Decentraliser
dégrader
rétrograder
Deregulate
Déréglementer
Decentralise
Decentraliser
42 terms
English language- language change
Semantic shift
Amelioration
Pejoration
Broadening
How the meaning of words change
The meaning of a word becoming more positive over time
The meaning of a word becoming more negative over time
The meaning of a word becomes broader over time
Semantic shift
How the meaning of words change
Amelioration
The meaning of a word becoming more positive over time
21 terms
English - Change
McArthur model
Streven
Kachru
Görlach
1987
1980
1990s
1988
McArthur model
1987
Streven
1980
12 terms
English language change theorists
Suzanne Romaine
Bex (1996)
Sharon Goodman (1996)
Harvey and Shalom
External and Internal history of language:... Internal: Formatio…
Generic labels=used to describe texts which have similar lang…
Sharon Goodman talks about two different aspects of language…
Taboo language.... Taboo language (curse words) has become more…
Suzanne Romaine
External and Internal history of language:... Internal: Formatio…
Bex (1996)
Generic labels=used to describe texts which have similar lang…
20 terms
English 11 Vocabulary 3: Change
evolve (verb)
immutable (adjective)
inveterate (adjective)
malleable (adjective)
To develop or achieve gradually
Unchangeable; not subject or susceptible to change
Firmly established and having existed for a long time; deep-r…
Capable of being shaped or formed, as by hammering or pressur…
evolve (verb)
To develop or achieve gradually
immutable (adjective)
Unchangeable; not subject or susceptible to change
English Language- Language change
Acronym
Affix
Archaism
Assimilation
A word made up from initial letters sounded as a word e.g. RA…
Adding morphemes to the front or back of existing words e.g.…
Old word or phrase no longer in general use
One sound affects other sounds close by
Acronym
A word made up from initial letters sounded as a word e.g. RA…
Affix
Adding morphemes to the front or back of existing words e.g.…
English Language change terminology
Affixation
Creation
Neologisms
Coinage
Modifying an existing word by adding a morpheme to the beginn…
Word that has no link to an existing word
New words that have been created
The creation of words that is completely new and not derived…
Affixation
Modifying an existing word by adding a morpheme to the beginn…
Creation
Word that has no link to an existing word
17 terms
English language change terminology.
Narrowing
Broadening
Diachronic
Synchronic
Word becomes more specific in its meaning e.g. Wife.
Word keeps original meaning but acquires others e.g. A broad…
Refers to study of historical language change occurring over…
Approach that studies language at theoretical point in time.
Narrowing
Word becomes more specific in its meaning e.g. Wife.
Broadening
Word keeps original meaning but acquires others e.g. A broad…
19 terms
English language change terminology.
Overt prestige
Covert prestige.
Borrowing
Acronym
Adopting a standard form of English.
Subverting to the standard form.
Taking from another language.
Using letters of words to make a word.
Overt prestige
Adopting a standard form of English.
Covert prestige.
Subverting to the standard form.
12 terms
English language change theorists
Suzanne Romaine
Bex (1996)
Sharon Goodman (1996)
Harvey and Shalom
External and Internal history of language:... Internal: Formatio…
Generic labels=used to describe texts which have similar lang…
Sharon Goodman talks about two different aspects of language…
Taboo language.... Taboo language (curse words) has become more…
Suzanne Romaine
External and Internal history of language:... Internal: Formatio…
Bex (1996)
Generic labels=used to describe texts which have similar lang…
English ~ Changes
Sweltering
Dire
Eventful
Luminous
So hot
Terrible
Full of events
Shining bright
Sweltering
So hot
Dire
Terrible
changes in english
ere
soft!
hence/thence
hark, mark me
before
wait a minute
from here / from there
pay attention to me
ere
before
soft!
wait a minute
51 terms
Change Management English-English
to achieve
to contribute
to downplay
to eliminate
to carry out successfully
to help sth to happen
to make sth seem less important
to remove sth that is not wanted
to achieve
to carry out successfully
to contribute
to help sth to happen
100 terms
Climate change English - Hungarian
global
climate changes
greenhouse gases
greenhouse effect
globális
a klímaváltozás
üvegházhatású gázok
üvegházhatás
global
globális
climate changes
a klímaváltozás
English Language and change
Prescriptivism (Prescriptivist)
Desccriptivism (Descriptivist)
Synchronic change
Diachronic change
Someone who is against language change and thinks it should b…
Someone who is open to and welcomes language change, or encou…
The study of language change at a particular moment in time
The historical development of language
Prescriptivism (Prescriptivist)
Someone who is against language change and thinks it should b…
Desccriptivism (Descriptivist)
Someone who is open to and welcomes language change, or encou…
English -- Metamorphosis/Change Archetypes
Metamophosis
Things Metamorphosis Stories Teach Us
Daedalus and Icarus
Echo and Narcissus
-defy the many human limitations we possess... -provide humans w…
1. Outward appearance doesn't always reflect inner reality... 2.…
-Daedalus built the labyrinth for King Minos... -escapes prison…
-Hera punished Echo for chatting with her so the other nymphs…
Metamophosis
-defy the many human limitations we possess... -provide humans w…
Things Metamorphosis Stories Teach Us
1. Outward appearance doesn't always reflect inner reality... 2.…
English language change 2
Initialism
Affixation
Conversion or Functional shift
Eponym
The first letters are taken from a series of words to form a…
One or more free morphemes are combined with one or more boun…
A word shifts from one word class to another, usually from a…
Names of a person or company are used to define particular ob…
Initialism
The first letters are taken from a series of words to form a…
Affixation
One or more free morphemes are combined with one or more boun…
27 terms
English Language - Language Change
Dwight Bollinger (1980)
Labov ' Martha's Vineyard Research' (…
Donald Mackinnon (1996)
The printing press
Highlighted the increasing use of euphemisms in advertising.…
We subconsciously change our language to identify ourselves w…
Categorises the attitudes people have to language use: ... Incor…
It was introduced in 1476 by William Caxton ... Emergence of an…
Dwight Bollinger (1980)
Highlighted the increasing use of euphemisms in advertising.…
Labov ' Martha's Vineyard Research' (…
We subconsciously change our language to identify ourselves w…
10 terms
English 11 Vocab 3 - Change
evolve
immutable
inveterate
malleable
(v.) to develop or achieve gradually
(adj.) unchangeable; not subject or suspectible to change
(adj.) firmly established and having existed for a long time,…
(adj.) capable of being shaped or formed, as by hammering or…
evolve
(v.) to develop or achieve gradually
immutable
(adj.) unchangeable; not subject or suspectible to change
Phonological Change: Estuary English
Some linguists claim that RP is being…
It contains many similar features to t…
Another way it's similar to a cockney…
Its used by a lot of people in the ___…
'acceptable', Thames Estuary, London
cockney
glottal stop
entertainment industry, commercially acceptable
Some linguists claim that RP is being…
'acceptable', Thames Estuary, London
It contains many similar features to t…
cockney
History of English & Lexical Change
Proto-Indo-European
Romans
Factors that motivate language change
Lineage PDE
Language family, ancestor of Indo-European languages, includi…
43 AD, Latin influence in religion, education, plants, domest…
1. Language contact -> borrowing, prestige determines which l…
Proto-Indo-European -> Germanic -> West -> Anglo-Frisian -> E…
Proto-Indo-European
Language family, ancestor of Indo-European languages, includi…
Romans
43 AD, Latin influence in religion, education, plants, domest…
20 terms
English Language change
Obsolete
Archaism
Borrowing
Coinage/neologism
words that are no longer used
words that are no longer used but are still known
taking words from other languages eg chocolate
creation of a new word eg reem
Obsolete
words that are no longer used
Archaism
words that are no longer used but are still known
17 terms
English Language A2 - Change
Coinages
Borrowings
Affixation
Compounding
new words derived from no other
loan words from other languages
adding prefixes or suffixes
words formed from two words that can stand alone
Coinages
new words derived from no other
Borrowings
loan words from other languages
10 terms
English Vocab (Change)
Evolve
Immutable
Inveterate
Malleable
To develop or achieve gradually
Not subject or susceptible to change
Firmly established by having existed for a long time; long-st…
Capable of being altered or influenced; tractable
Evolve
To develop or achieve gradually
Immutable
Not subject or susceptible to change
English Terms Unit 1: Moments of Change
memoir
first person point of view
point of view
composition
a form of creative nonfiction, a 1st person narrative, in whi…
Narration that comes directly through the person telling the…
The perspective a narrator takes in a writing piece, such as…
Structure of writing that includes main idea, examples, and o…
memoir
a form of creative nonfiction, a 1st person narrative, in whi…
first person point of view
Narration that comes directly through the person telling the…
181 terms
ENGLISH : Unit 3 : Change
changer
un changement
de la monnaie
bouger
to change
a change
change
to move
changer
to change
un changement
a change
100 terms
Climate change English - Hungarian
global
climate changes
greenhouse gases
greenhouse effect
globális
a klímaváltozás
üvegházhatású gázok
üvegházhatás
global
globális
climate changes
a klímaváltozás
Change Lingo (English-Korean)
Autumn
Summer
Spring
Winter
가을
여름
겨울
Autumn
가을
Summer
여름
English Terms Unit 1: Moments of Change
memoir
first person point of view
point of view
composition
a form of creative nonfiction, a 1st person narrative, in whi…
Narration that comes directly through the person telling the…
The perspective a narrator takes in a writing piece, such as…
Structure of writing that includes main idea, examples, and o…
memoir
a form of creative nonfiction, a 1st person narrative, in whi…
first person point of view
Narration that comes directly through the person telling the…
310 terms
English - Unit 3 - Change
to change
a change
change (uncountable)
to move
changer
un changement
de la monnaie
bouger
to change
changer
a change
un changement
85 terms
english, change and technology
adapt
adjust
alternate
alternative
to change your ideas or behaviour so that you can deal with a…
to change something slightly in order to make it better, more…
if one thing alternates with another, it happens after it and…
something that you can choose instead of something else
adapt
to change your ideas or behaviour so that you can deal with a…
adjust
to change something slightly in order to make it better, more…
English-changes
to bring about a change
to call for a change
to cope with a change
to lead to a change
Veränderung herbeiführen
eine Veränderung verlangen/erfordern
Veränderung umgehen
zu Veränderung führen
to bring about a change
Veränderung herbeiführen
to call for a change
eine Veränderung verlangen/erfordern
7 terms
English Language- Semantic Change
Broadening
Narrowing
Amelioration
Pejoration
Definition: The meaning of a word broadens so that it retains…
Definition: The opposite of broadening, a word becomes more s…
Definition: A word acquires a more pleasant and more positive…
Definition: The opposite of amelioration, a word acquires a l…
Broadening
Definition: The meaning of a word broadens so that it retains…
Narrowing
Definition: The opposite of broadening, a word becomes more s…
43 terms
English Language Change
Standardisation
Prescriptivism
Assimilation
Informalisation
Part of SPAID, started in the 1700's as more people were educ…
Part of SPAID, attitude to language that says things should s…
Part of SPAID, linked with phonological change and the way le…
Part of SPAID, shows the formality of the text and this forma…
Standardisation
Part of SPAID, started in the 1700's as more people were educ…
Prescriptivism
Part of SPAID, attitude to language that says things should s…
10 terms
English Words (Movement and Change)
Amble
Convert
Dawdle
Distort
Walk or move at a slow, relaxed pace
Cause to change in form, character, or function
Waste time; be slow
Pull or twist out of shape
Amble
Walk or move at a slow, relaxed pace
Convert
Cause to change in form, character, or function
19 terms
Language change: History of English and standardisation
Caxton
Mulcaster
Shakespeare
Johnson
He introduced printing to England in 1476.
In 1580s he wrote supporting the use of English; produced ear…
Playwright; part of the 'golden age' of English literature; h…
He published the first modern dictionary in 1755.
Caxton
He introduced printing to England in 1476.
Mulcaster
In 1580s he wrote supporting the use of English; produced ear…
English Language change
"Instructions to his sonne: and to pos…
"The opposition to Inkhorn terms" by S…
"To the reader"
Memoirs of the wife of Colonel Hutchin…
Spelling changes: "disswade"/ "preferres"/"fantasie"/ "attayn…
Spelling changes: "tung"/ "unmixt"/ "tijm"/ "naturallie" / "p…
Orthography- capitalisation "Grammar" ... Spelling changes: "fou…
wanted to restore her husbands honour... spelling change: "deere…
"Instructions to his sonne: and to pos…
Spelling changes: "disswade"/ "preferres"/"fantasie"/ "attayn…
"The opposition to Inkhorn terms" by S…
Spelling changes: "tung"/ "unmixt"/ "tijm"/ "naturallie" / "p…
English Language - CHANGE dates
449 AD
597 AD
787 AD
886 AD
Old English - Invasion by Angles, Saxons and Jutes brought Ge…
Old English - Christianity brought to Britain creating a Lati…
Old English - Viking raids begin bringing the Nordic languages.
Old English - Danelaw boundaries created generating accent di…
449 AD
Old English - Invasion by Angles, Saxons and Jutes brought Ge…
597 AD
Old English - Christianity brought to Britain creating a Lati…
39 terms
English Language, Language Change
Acronym
Affix
Archaism
Assimilation
A lexicalised word made up from initial letters (sounded as a…
Additing morphemes to the front or back of existing words…
Old word or phrase no longer in general use
One sound affects other sounds close by e.g 'don't you' -…
Acronym
A lexicalised word made up from initial letters (sounded as a…
Affix
Additing morphemes to the front or back of existing words…
17 terms
English Language Change terms
1755
1762
Primary auxiliary
Model auxiliary
Samuel Johnson's dictionary.
Robert Lowth Grammar book.
To be, to do, to have- form tense.
Would, could, should, might, may- additional to verb.
1755
Samuel Johnson's dictionary.
1762
Robert Lowth Grammar book.
44 terms
English Language - Language Change
Acryonym
Affix
Archaism
Assimilation
a lexicalised word made up from initial letters (sounded as a…
Adding morphemes to the front or back of existing words E.g u…
Old word or phrase no longer in general use
One sound affects other sounds close by
Acryonym
a lexicalised word made up from initial letters (sounded as a…
Affix
Adding morphemes to the front or back of existing words E.g u…
40 terms
English Language Change
American English
British Empire
Dictionary
Great Vowel Shift
1607. 'raccoon', 'squash', 'moose'... Americans adopted old Eng…
1583 - 1914. Discovered many new words from different languag…
1755, written by Samuel Johnson. Listed 43000 words.... Oxford…
15th century, marked a change in pronunciation Originally, 't…
American English
1607. 'raccoon', 'squash', 'moose'... Americans adopted old Eng…
British Empire
1583 - 1914. Discovered many new words from different languag…
10 terms
English "Writing for Change" Unit
Flashback
Stereotype
Essays
Biography
A scene in a movie, novel, etc., set in a time earlier than t…
A widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a…
A short piece of writing about a specific subject, usually pr…
A written account of another person's life.
Flashback
A scene in a movie, novel, etc., set in a time earlier than t…
Stereotype
A widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a…
English Language Change Terminology
Acronym
Initialism
Clipping
Affixation
Sounded as a word
Sounded as letters
A new word produced by shortening an existing one e.g. bro
Addition of a bound morpheme to an existing word e.g. disorga…
Acronym
Sounded as a word
Initialism
Sounded as letters
English Language : Language Change
Eponyms
Inflections
Conversion
Cliché
Words that are derived from names
Adding bits to the end of words
Word changes function
Overused language which loses its originality
Eponyms
Words that are derived from names
Inflections
Adding bits to the end of words
10 terms
English: Climate Change: The Facts
How does the writer structure her arti…
How does the writer use scientific ter…
How does the writer try to persuade he…
How does the writer try to make the ex…
Using key questions... These are written in bold writing and act…
They use them sparingly and usually try to explain them... Expla…
By using emotive and colourful language... 'global warming has b…
By using straightforward, direct language... The first sentence…
How does the writer structure her arti…
Using key questions... These are written in bold writing and act…
How does the writer use scientific ter…
They use them sparingly and usually try to explain them... Expla…
18 terms
ENGLISH- Language change context
Standardisation
Changes
Overt prestige
Covert prestige
Variation in language conforms to standard language
Social,travel,war,tech,invasion,media
Status of most standard form of language
Doesn't adopt standard dialect,society language
Standardisation
Variation in language conforms to standard language
Changes
Social,travel,war,tech,invasion,media
English- Responses to Change Review
evolve
propagate
plaintively
chaotically
to change slowly
to reproduce in quantity
sadly
disorderly and unpredictable
evolve
to change slowly
propagate
to reproduce in quantity
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