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Irish English, volume 1 - The North of Ireland: Irish English, volume 1 - Northern Ireland (Dialects of English EUP) ebook

by Karen P. Corrigan


The text begins with a basic overview of the location of the historical nine-county province of Ulster and the degree of contact its divergent peoples have had with the Republic of Ireland, as well as other areas of the British Isles and, more widely, within continental Europe and further abroad.

Volume 1: Northern Ireland. Karen P. Corrigan, Newcastle University. This book focuses on the sociolinguistic consequences of historical contact between indigenous Irish peoples and newer English and Scottish settlers in what is now the territory of Northern Ireland (NI). Publisher: Edinburgh University Press. The contact varieties that resulted represent the oldest L2 'Englishes' globally. Moreover, the degree of admixture from English, Irish and Scots in the contemporary dialects of NI reflects various external forces.

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Heidelberg, Germany: Winter. Northern irish English. English was established in the north of Ireland by the British colonisation of Ulster from the late sixteenth century onwards. There is a broad distinction between the more English-influenced dialects of Mid and South Ulster and the more Scottish varieties of eastern and northern coastal areas, but the predominance of Scottish settlers in the Plantation era is seen in Scots influence beyond the core Ulster Scots dialect areas. And the effects of the Gaelic substrate can still be traced, especially where Irish remains an everyday vernacular or has gone out of use relatively recently.

An overview of English as it is spoken in the Northern dialect regions of Ireland This book focuses on the sociolinguistic . Recommend to your Librarian. Irish English, volume 1 - Northern Ireland.

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Irish English – also known as Anglo-Irish and Hiberno-English – is. .The dialect of parts of the north and east of Ulster is also, and perhaps more appropriately, termed Ulster Scots.

Anglo-Irish is an established term in literature to refer to works written in English by authors born in Ireland. Those varieties of English are distinct from other varieties of English in that they have their own grammatical structures, vocabularies, sound systems, pronunciations, and patterns of intonation. Modern Irish English derives from the plantations of the 16th and 17th cents.

Moreover, the degree of admixture from English, Irish and Scots in the contemporary dialects of NI reflects various . The subject matter of this book is restricted to varieties of Irish English and Ulster Scots spoken within the territory of Northern Ireland (henceforth, NIE/US).

Moreover, the degree of admixture from English, Irish and Scots in the contemporary dialects of NI reflects various external forces. However, there are other linguistic traits that seem to be unique and therefore essentially local. The region is highlighted in Figure . and was created as a result of the partition of Ireland.

This book focuses on the sociolinguistic consequences of historical contact between indigenous Irish peoples and newer English and Scottish settlers in what is now the territory of Northern Ireland (NI). The contact varieties that resulted represent the oldest 'Englishes' globally. Moreover, the degree of admixture from English, Irish and Scots in the contemporary dialects of NI reflects various external forces. Naturally, these varieties share certain structural features with sister Celtic Englishes and indeed with other vernacular Englishes globally. However, there are other linguistic traits that seem to be unique and therefore essentially local. Irish English, Volume 1 - Northern Ireland aims to provide insights into the evolution of language in 21st century NI and to promote an understanding of linguistic diversity in this region in the context of World Englishes.
Irish English, volume 1 - The North of Ireland: Irish English, volume 1 - Northern Ireland (Dialects of English EUP) ebook
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Karen P. Corrigan
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