Chapter Five Appetizer
By: Mackenzie Ryan Hour 3
Amuse Bouche for Language Terms
Denglish: This is the diffusion of English to other languages.
Creole: This adopts parts of the dominant language, but changes some of the grammar with where they are and their culture.
Ebonics: There is distinct dialect within English.
Pidgin: There are no native speakers anymore.
Vulgar Latin: This is a form that can be used for daily conversation.
BRP: Is a standard or regular form of speech in Britain.
Basque: This is an example of an isolated language from pre Indo-European times. The colored areas below are showing where this was spoken.
English: This has become the language of international communication.
Gothic: Gothic has become an extinct language. Below is where it was used and what it looked like.
Japanese: This is a language from East Asia.