AAVE


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Related to AAVE: African American English, SAE

AAVE

abbr.
African American Vernacular English

AAVE

abbreviation for
(Languages) African-American Vernacular English
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.AAVE - a nonstandard form of American English characteristically spoken by African Americans in the United States
American English, American language, American - the English language as used in the United States
gangsta - (Black English) a member of a youth gang
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AAVE was chosen because I had worked extensively in Chicago with the dialect, and then, with the help of postdoc Brittany McLaughlin, was able to spend a year developing a grammar that captured Pittsburgh's specific instantiation of AAVE.
Through Aave Pay, consumers can use a wide range of digital currency holdings to pay their bills.
These meaning differences form the topic of this article: along what dimensions do NIs differ in AAVE and non-AAVE varieties?
Despite this fact, speakers of AAVE still struggle to be respected and taken seriously in academic fields.
"Housing policies that reduce economic segregation may improve the long-term earnings prospects of African-American children from disadvantaged circumstances, in part by helping them further develop the ability to switch back and forth between SAE and AAVE, as needed."
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An example of how seemingly objective treatments of language may simultaneously reveal the implicit operation of widely-held ideologies on language is provided by Winford (2003) in his analysis of larger trends in the treatment of African American Vernacular English (AAVE).
The study serves to identify the phonological features of African American Vernacular English (AAVE) dialect and to identify and define pronunciation rules common in AAVE dialect.
Using sociolinguistic parameters, among which ethnicity, language variety and chronology are of utmost relevance, the author investigates how white rappers in the USA make use of linguistic devices traditionally associated with African-American Vernacular English (henceforth AAVE), and thus belong to the domain of black rappers.
To teach Standard English, she had her students translate Standard English texts into African American Vernacular English (AAVE) and also write paragraphs in AAVE and then translate them into Standard English.
In the following, detailed structural effects are investigated by analyzing average absorptivity, Aave, integrated of the absorption spectrum (not shown here) from 300 to 1400 nm for each structure.