28/OUT/2010 5:21 PM
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The very same thing is happening in Germany now. Where if the new immigrants don’t speak the language
They might not be so welcomed. I think that’s the first thing a person needs to do before leave their own country.
But what I meant by Ebonics is regarding the own Americans. Does the law or schools recognize it as a dialect?
For example, if a person fill up a form and write something like “dat, thang or wit”. Can it be considered unacceptable?
I don’t want to get inside the nitty-gritty is just a curiosity.
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H => aitch or [h]aitch? José Roberto 28/OUT/2010, 1:25 PM
H => aitch or [h]aitch? Dale-USA 28/OUT/2010, 3:27 PM
H => aitch or [h]aitch? Sidney 28/OUT/2010, 5:00 PM
H => aitch or [h]aitch? Dale-USA 28/OUT/2010, 5:07 PM
H => aitch or [h]aitch? Sidney 28/OUT/2010, 5:21 PM
H => aitch or [h]aitch? Dale-USA 28/OUT/2010, 7:08 PM
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