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AP Vocab from W

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British Recieved Pronuncation the dialect used by the upper class in England
creole or creolized language A language that results from the mixing of a colonizers language with the lamguage of the people being dominated
Denglish combination of German and English
Dialect A regional veriety of a language distinguished by vocabularty spelling and prounciation
Ebonics dialect spoken by some african americans
Extinct Language A language that was once used
Franglais english words that have entered the french language
Ideograms The system of writing used in China and other asia countries that represent an idea with a symbol
isogloss a boundry that seprates regions in which diffrent languages are used
Isolated Language a language that is unrelated to any other languages
Language a system of communication that through the use of speech,symols,and sounds
Lamguage family a collection of languages realated to each other by comon anscestor
Lingua Franca A language used in trade by people who have diffrent native languges
Literary tradition a language that is written and spoken
Offical language adopted by the use of goverment for a country
What are the Romance Languages ? French, Spanish, Italian, Romanian, and Portuguese
What are the Germanic Languages ? English, German, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish
What are the Boltic-Slavic Languages ? Russian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Ukranian, Slovenian, Serbo-Croation and Bulgarian
Pidgin Language a form of speech that adopts a simplified grammer of the lingua franca
Spanglish Combniation of spanish and english
Standard language the langugae used for offical goverment buisness education
Vulguar latin latin used in daily conversations
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