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Dialect & Idiolect

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Dialect & Idiolect

Post by Mahmoud on Tue Jan 11 2011, 11:10

Dialect: is complex and often misunderstood.Linguistically speaking, a dialect is the collection of phonetic, phonological and morph-syntactic features that make any group of speakers noticeably different from another group of speakers of the same language.

Idiolect: It's a simple technical term used to refer to variety of a language, spoken by each individual of the same language. Chomsky said: "No two speakers of language speak the same idiolect, each individual speaks his/her dialect differently according to the situation of use."

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