Estuary English 에 대한 내용입니다.
그 기원에서부터 현대에서의 쓰임, 언어학적 논지까지 되어 있으니깐
좋은 자료가 될 것이라고 생각합니다.
원어 강의였기때문에 레포트 역시 영어로 되어있기 때문에
원어로 제출해야할 리포트에 아주 유용할 것이라고 생각합니다.
Definition of Estuary English
Features of Estuary English
the pronunciation of yod /j/
the realisation of phoneme /r/
Features of Vowel and Diphthong
decline of weak [ɪ]
Stress and Intonation
Geography of Estuary English
Mapping Estuary English
The origin of Estuary English
The spread of Estuary English
Sociolinguistic issues of Estuary English
Estuary English - a classless accent
Estuary English - tomorrow`s RP
An Essay on Estuary English
Estuary English is the most influential accent in the south-east of England. The term Estuary English was coined by David Rosewarne who first referred to this accent in the article "Estuary English" in the Times Educational Supplement (19 October 1984).
a variety of modified regional speech. It is a mixture of non-regional and local south-eastern English pronunciation and intonation. If one imagines a continuum with RP and London speech at either end, ‘Estuary English’ speakers are to be found grouped in the middle ground.
Already in 1983 David Rosewarne was aware of the fact that existing descriptions of pronunciation varieties had made no real mention of accents intermediate between the standard accent Received Pronunciation (RP) and non-standard localisable accents in London and the South-east. A database composed of recordings from radio and television eventually confirmed his supposition:
Throughout doing this report, I think that all languages undergo some changes whether officially or not. Despite of these changes are necessary process for making their languge more plentiful and more variable, however, some people think these changes make their own language confusion, so they refer some young generation to speak `lazy speech.`