Although the island has been so many years under the English Government, the general character of the place is quite French: Englishmen speak to their servants in French, and the shops are all French; indeed, I should think that Calais or Boulogne was much more Anglified
. There is a very pretty little theatre, in which operas are excellently performed.
At the post-show discussions, we would huddle around Artur, a lightning-fast translator who Anglified
every word in real time, except for a few times when people laughed and he explained they were sharing a local political joke.
It's the most gloriously Anglified
part of East Anglia, plump-packed with parish priests and brass bands parp-parping on the bandstand.
She writes that the war made her realise how Anglified
she had become but also reminded her of the importance of her background.
Henrik Gottlieb ("Anglicisms and TV Subtitles in an Anglified
World") analiza, desde la perspectiva del danes, las posibles consecuencias de la ubicuidad de los anglicismos en lenguas minoritarias en cuyas comunidades el ingles se esta convirtiendo en algo mas que una mera lengua extranjera, de la mano de la subtitulacion de dos peliculas en lengua inglesa: Falling Down y Ghostbusters.
There is a worrying circularity about the argument here, indicated by the fact that 'functions' of the language occupy positions of both cause and effect, but the profound point that literary Scots has in fact developed and grown in a period in which spoken Scots has contracted and become more Anglified
is more than amply demonstrated in the analyses that follow.
varieties such as spruce, sycamore, larch and beech will all get the chop in the pounds 746,770 plan.