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It's time to challenge the notion that there is only one way to speak English

by Harry Ritchie
Why do we persist in thinking that standard English is right, when it is spoken by only 15% of the British population? Linguistics-loving Harry Ritchie blames Noam Chomsky • 29 weeks ago

It's time to challenge the notion that there is only one way to speak English

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