By Matthew Flores,2014-08-29 23:55
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Non-standard forms in spoken English - frequency of use by gender: The data that follow come from a study of the speech of a group of sixteen-year old boys and girls in Reading, Berkshire in 1982. The groups had similar social backgrounds. The first column lists non-standard forms of English, with examples of this form. The figures in the next two columns show the freq..

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