By Singh, Rajendra, Rajendra Singh
South Asia is domestic to plenty of languages and dialects. even though linguists engaged on this zone have made major contributions to our realizing of language, society, and language in society on an international scale, there's as but no well-known overseas discussion board for the trade of principles among linguists engaged on South Asia. the yearly ReviewÂ of South Asian Languages and Linguistics is designed to be simply that discussion board. It brings jointly empirical and theoretical examine and serves as a checking out floor for the articulation of recent rules and techniques that may be grounded in a learn of South Asian languages yet that have common applicability. every one volumeÂ will have 4 significant sections: I. Invited contributions together with cutting-edge essays on study in South Asian languages. II. Refereed open submissions concentrating on appropriate concerns and offering quite a few viewpoints. III. stories from world wide, ebook studies and abstracts of doctoral theses.
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Batch-mate exists in IE because class-mate and room-mate exist in all varieties of English and collectorate exists in IE because directorate exists throughout the English speaking world. The rules that can and do generate room-mate and directorate will also generate batch-mate and collectorate. Comparable illustrations from syntax and phonology are easy to find, but perhaps it is sufficient to point out here that there are no structural features, at any level of grammatical description, that characterize all “non-native” varieties of English to the exclusion of all “native” varieties.
I have talked about norms as if we all know what we are talking about. That is not the case, however. Since linguistically speaking it makes little sense to define norms prescriptively, norms can only be descriptive generalizations of how people in a given community speak. However, especially for the types of communities we may wish to empower with endo-normative norms, we don’t know all that much about how they speak. We know some features of their speech, mostly the ones that are eyecatching, such as codeswitching and deviations from the outside norms, but we don’t know how systematic their codeswitching is, how systematic the ‘deviations’ (that is, their innovative or changed features) and how systematic their use of the structures shared with the outside norm.
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