English World-Wide

Volume 29, Issue 2 (2008)

2008.  124 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Mobile language choices — The use of English and isiXhosa in text messages (SMS): Evidence from a bilingual South African sample
Ana Deumert and Sibabalwe Oscar Masinyana
117–147
The pronunciation of Hong Kong English
David Deterding, Jennie Wong and Andy Kirkpatrick
148–175
National and ethnic identity markers: New Zealand short front vowels in New Zealand Maori English and Pasifika Englishes
Donna Starks
176–193
An acoustic comparison of English monophthongs and diphthongs produced by Australian and Thai speakers
Kimiko Tsukada
194–211
Book reviews
Review of Mollin (2006): Euro-English: Assessing Variety Status
Reviewed by Philip Shaw
213–216
Review of Hinrichs (2006): Codeswitching on the Web: English and Jamaican Creole in E-mail Communication
Reviewed by Michelle C. Braña-Straw
217–221
Review of Lothmann (2006): God i tok long yumi long Tok Pisin. Eine Betrachtung der Bibelübersetzung in Tok Pisin vor dem Hintergrund der sprachlichen Identität eines Papua-Neuguinea zwischen Tradition und Moderne
Reviewed by Walter Seiler
222–225
Review of Anchimbe (2006): Cameroon English. Authenticity, Ecology and Evolution
Reviewed by Anne Schröder
226–231
Review of Schneider (2007): Postcolonial English: Varieties around the World
Reviewed by David Deterding
232–235
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Chan, Jim Yee Him
2019. The choice of English pronunciation goals: different views, experiences and concerns of students, teachers and professionals. Asian Englishes 21:3  pp. 264 ff. DOI logo
Hansen Edwards, Jette G.
2016. Accent preferences and the use of American English features in Hong Kong: a preliminary study. Asian Englishes 18:3  pp. 197 ff. DOI logo

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