People learning the English language around the world should not adopt the 'Queen's English', a linguist said today.
Dr Mario Saraceni, of the University of Portsmouth, called on native English speakers to 'give up their claim to be the guardians of the purest form of the language'.
He argued that the ways it has been used and changed by millions of people around the world are equally valid.
mercoledì 2 novembre 2011
If the Daily Mail has figured it out I think we all have.
This article is based on an interview with Mario Saraceni. Here are the first couple of lines:
Pubblicato da John Whipple a 11:33