About some Characteristics of Black English

Ya-juan YIN


Back English is one of the varieties of so called Standard English spoken by the Black Americans. It has its own characteristics and uniqueness. We study it only because we want to know it better in order to understa nd and communicate with each other better.
Key words: black English; characteristics; variety; grammar
Résumé: L’anglaise des Noirs est l'une des variétés de ce qu'on appelle l'anglais standard parlé par les Noirs américains. Elle a ses propres caractéristiques et ses particularités. Nous l'étudions dans cet article parce que nous voulons mieux le connaître afin de se comprendre et de se communiquer mieux.
Mots-Clés: l’anglais des noirs;charactéristiques;variété, grammaire

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720090504.004


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