English World-Wide

Volume 31, Issue 2 (2010)

2010.  iv, 110 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Rhoticity in Brunei English
Salbrina Sharbawi and David Deterding
121–137
Patterns of variation in the consonantal phonology of Hong Kong English
Andrew Sewell and Jason Chan
138–161
How different are the monophthongs of Malay speakers of Malaysian and Singapore English?
Rachel Siew Kuang Tan and Ee-Ling Low
162–189
Book reviews
Review of Berns, de Bot & Hasebrink (2007): In the Presence of English. Media and European Youth
Reviewed by Sandra Mollin
191–194
Review of Tan & Rubdy (2008): Language As Commodity: Global Structures, Local Marketplaces
Reviewed by Zhichang Xu
195–199
Review of Sharifian (2009): English as an International Language. Perspectives and Pedagogical Issues
Reviewed by Carmen Luján-García
200–204
Review of Gardner-Chloros (2009): Code-switching
Reviewed by Nicholas Petree
205–208
Review of Sedlatschek (2009): Contemporary Indian English: Variation and Change
Reviewed by Devyani Sharma
209–214
Review of Sailaja (2009): Indian English
Reviewed by Vineeta Chand
215–220
Review of Schreier (2008): St Helenian English: Origins Evolution and Variation
Reviewed by Tyler Kendall
221–225
Review of Grant & Grey (2007): The Mersey Sound: Liverpool’s Language, People and Places
Reviewed by Warren Maguire
226–230
Cited by

Cited by 3 other publications

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
Lam, Toni
2017. Intonational variation in Hong Kong English: a pilot study. Asian Englishes 19:1  pp. 22 ff. DOI logo
Leung, Alex Ho-Cheong
2015. Deteriorating standard? A brief look into the English standard in Hong Kong. Asian Englishes 17:3  pp. 209 ff. DOI logo

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