By W Wolfram and B Ward
American Voices is a set of brief, readable descriptions of varied American dialects, written through best researchers within the box. written through best researchers within the box and comprises Southern English, New England speech, Chicano English, Appalachian English, Canadian English, and California English, between many others attention-grabbing examine the complete variety of yank social, ethnic, and nearby dialects written for the lay individual
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Rapid metropolitanization, the increasing dominance of high Guy Bailey and Jan Tillery 39 AVC06 39 21/7/05, 10:47 AM tech-industries in the state’s economy, and massive migration have reshaped the demography of the state. Roughly a third of the population now lives in the Dallas–Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio metropolitan areas, and non-native Texans make up an increasingly large share of that population. Between 1950 and 1970, 85% of the population growth in Texas came from natural increase.
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American Voices by W Wolfram and B Ward