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mixed language

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(Languages) any language containing items of vocabulary or other linguistic characteristics borrowed from two or more existing languages. See also pidgin, creole1, lingua franca
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He has kept the door wide open to cuts, but given his mixed language of the past, will need to either commit to them soon, or tear the Band-Aid off and be ready for the fallout.
Its meaning then extended to encompass any form of mixed language with similar characteristics, which shows how the practice of alternating more than one language within the same communicative event has remained a constant throughout time (see Lazzerini (1982) for a fuller account of the earliest uses of the term).
The number of mixed language schools has also increased from 334 schools in 2001 to 424 in 2018.
by order of one of the members of the asbl and in close collaboration with the concerned member of egov select launches a project aiming at: - to constitute a group (of mixed language) of minimum 14 and maximum 16 trainees via a recruitment campaign, - train all members of this group in junior java software developers through intensive business training, - to support to the maximum, by an adequate follow-up, the integration of the members of this group within the different teams of which they form part.
Canodd gloch yr alawon fecaromig (mixed language) i'r cof megis - "Ye lads all through the country Gwrandewch ar hyn o stori..." A'r Insiwrans agent - "O!
The Oracles of Balaam, on the other hand, represent a sort of mixed language type (archaic and innovative features), which she describes as "the transitional stage from the archaic to classical verb system" (p.
Basque Romani: A preliminary grammatical sketch of a mixed language. En Peter Bakker y Marcel Courthiade (eds.).
There are nine essays: defining Hindi: an introductory overview; Hindi revisited: language and language policies in India in perspective; traces of sacredness in imaginings of Hindi; depoliticising Hindi in India; Hindi as a contact language of Northeast India; linguistic relationships: Bhojpuri and Standard Hindi: a view from the Western Hemisphere; Filmi Zuban: the language of Hindi cinema; Hindi/Urdu/Hindustani in the metropolises visual (and other) impressions; a mixed language? Hinglish and Business Hindi.
It's a mixed language, combining Cree and French, with some additional borrowing from English and First Nation languages such as Ojibwe and Assiniboine.
But mixed language in the lyrics reflects different peoples saying a similar thing and Brigg takes this to another level, providing an image of many distant cities in simultaneous rejoicing.
Here when a priest who is other than French, there has been an assistant." (39) When Oblate Superior Blanchin in 1925 discussed the issue of clerical appointments to church works in mixed language parishes with the Canadian Apostolic Delegate, Archbishop Pietro di Maria, the Delegate noted that justice should be the guide.