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“American Slang” in Global Pop: The Adoption of AAVE by L2 English Speakers

Ashley Ghodsian, Maddie Kostant, Kat Escobar, Maxime Guerra Much of the previous work that has studied African American Vernacular English (AAVE) has focused on either native speakers of AAVE or native speakers of Standard American English (SAE) who adopt certain language features of AAVE into their speech (a phenomenon known as “language crossing”). This study […]

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Roni Grushkevich, Iffet Dogan, Isaac Verdugo, Nandana Suresh The following research on receptive multilingualism seeks to observe if exposure to popular Spanish singing artists of various dialects impact Spanish heritage and non-Spanish heritage speakers’ ability to comprehend their song’s lyrics. 8 participants (4 native Spanish speakers, 2 romance language speakers, and 2 individuals who learned

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