Veröffentlicht am 19. Dezember 2023

Dear listeners, we are sure many of you use slang on a daily basis, if that’s the case, today’s episode might be right up your alley! In this episode Johanna and Alex are going to bring up some useful knowledge about slang in general and later are going to be diving into two specific American slang variants, namely AAVE and Spanglish. So If you are interested come aboard with us throughout this slangtastic experience!
Ficha de trabajo del curso 11: “2. Do you habla spanglish?”
Texto y estadísticas del libro “Punto de Vista”, páginas 228 y 229
Iván Olsen:
Arely Ramírez:
Ilán Stavans:
BBC News Mundo:
Roger Berthan:
AAVE:, Walter (2004), „African American Vernacular English: Phonology“, in Kortmann, Bernd (ed.), A Handbook of Varieties of English: A Multimedia Reference Tool, vol. 2, Walter de Gruyter, pp. 366–382, ISBN 978-3-11-017532-5,Americans%20and%20some%20Black%20Canadians.
Thomas, Erik R. (September 2007). „Phonological and Phonetic Characteristics of African American Vernacular English: Phonological and Phonetic Characteristics of AAVE“. Language and Linguistics Compass. 1 (5): 450–475. doi:10.1111/j.1749-818X.2007.00029.x
On Negotiating Racial and Regional Identities: Vocalic Variation Among African Americans in Bakersfield, California
This paper investigates the linguistic construction of ethnic and regional identities through the use of a local feature, BAT retraction and lowering (D’Onofrio 2015, Kennedy and Grama 2012, Podesv…,_Jargon_%26_Cant_(1889)_by_Barrere_%26_Leland.djvuædia_Britannica/Slang;6208.html (diese Quelle ist polnisch, habe leider keine direkt brauchbare komplette Übersetzung gefunden)
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Die Klaviermusik im Hintergrund während dem Spanglish Teil über Kultur ist zuhause selbst gespielt und aufgenommen