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Archive for category: Canadian English

Canadian English, especially spelling

   (2018.06.08)

I assembled a list of over a hundred neologisms that could be added to CP Caps and Spelling

   (2018.04.01)

HAL 9000’s accent was (neutral) Canadian

   (2013.01.29)

“Toronto,” words of the year, “sk(c)optical” (all sic)

   (2012.05.04)

Kevin Rushby misquotes a Newfoundlander

   (2012.04.11)

Two or three variants of the same word: orange and Ornge

   (2011.11.21)

ABC Radio National’s Lingua Franca interviewed me about Canadian English and Organizing Our Marvellous Neighbours

   (2011.10.10)

Of course Siri will work in Canada. Spoken Canadian English is American English. Now, French becomes another issue

   (2011.07.18)

An academic complains there isn’t a single Canadian English accent. Well, surprise

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