English World-Wide

Volume 20, Issue 1 (1999)

Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Eighteenth-Century Sierra Leone English: Another Exported Variety of African American English
Michael Montgomery
The Trilateral Process in Cameroon English Phonology: Underlying Representations and Phonological Processes in Non-Native Englishes
Augustin Simo Bobda and Beban Sammy Chumbow
The Functions and Status of English in Hong Kong: A Post-1997 Update
David C.S. Li
Shades of Things to Come: Embryonic Variants in New Zealand English Sound Changes
Elizabeth Gordon and Peter Trudgill
Getting in a Flap or Turning off the Tap in Dunedin? Stylistic Variation in New Zealand English Intervocalic (-T-)
Donn Bayard
Review of Robinson (1997): Ulster-Scots: A Grammar of the Traditional Written and Spoken Language
Reviewed by Jeffrey L. Kallen
Review of Gopinathan, Pakir, Kam & Sara-vanan (1998): Language, Society and Education in Singapore: Issues and Trends
Reviewed by Jean D'souza
Review of Crystal (1997): English as a Global Language
Reviewed by Edgar W. Schneider
Review of Graddol (1997): The Future of English? A Guide to Forecasting the Popularity of the English Language in the 21st Century
Reviewed by Manfred Görlach †
Review of Lindquist, Klintborg, Levin & Estling (1998): The Major Varieties of English: Papers from MAVEN 97
Reviewed by Manfred Görlach †
Review of Pearsall (1998): The New Oxford Dictionary of English
Reviewed by Manfred Görlach †
Review of Edwards (1998): Language in Canada
Reviewed by Manfred Görlach †
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Hansen Edwards, J.G.
2015. Hong Kong English: attitudes, identity, and use. Asian Englishes 17:3  pp. 184 ff. DOI logo
Li, David C. S.
2018. Two decades of decolonization and renationalization: the evolutionary dynamics of Hong Kong English and an update of its functions and status. Asian Englishes 20:1  pp. 2 ff. DOI logo

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