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In this century, the global is rapidly becoming a small village and people are able to relate with one another over distances through common language such as English. When using such means that do not require verbal communication such as Facebook, then even if your accent is not…
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Review of second edition of english with an accent by Rosina Lippi Green

Download file to see previous pages... For instance, those who consider English as their second Language do have the problem with its phonology and it is easier to either notice that one is not proficient in it, because it is a second language or has inadequate knowledge regarding that particular language.
The phonological deviation to some people provides grounds for discrimination, all over the world, people have been discriminated based on inability to speak fluent particular languages and are regarded as inferior. Personally, I do not discriminate on language grounds but I have witnessed several individuals who have taken their language proficiency to be criteria of selection and qualification in certain areas. Some of them even discriminate on grounds that one is an inferior being just on the mere fact that they fail to be recognized by certain languages properly. In my own considered opinion, it is against human relation to discriminate one on grounds of language use.
The accessibility of the material in the book is not readily accessible to the layperson, as it would be expected to be, the book is not part of any syllabus and in most cases, it has also faced criticism, this limits the availability of the book to the targeted audience.
Following my reading of the book and eventual evaluation, I acknowledge that high degree of clarity has been employed in the delivery of the book. The book has a clear chronological unraveling of the points the author wants to reach the audience that the readers do not experience any difficulty in construing the direction of the book. There are no equivocations over the issues addressed; all the expressions and language use are cogent and clear that it makes it easier for all the readers to understand the book.
In deed Lippi Green, has collected several documents regarding language use and the conclusions reached in this book are functions of rigorous and independently done analysis from the collected information. ...Download file to see next pagesRead More
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