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1 day ago · Lewin added that mole rat colonies are “incredibly xenophobic,” and dialects can serve as an easy way to recognize foreigners. Postnatal rats brought into foreign colonies will learn the dialect of their adoptive home, but adult intruders are another story. di·a·lect (dī′ə-lĕkt′) n. 1. a. A regional or social variety of a language distinguished by pronunciation, grammar, or vocabulary, especially a variety of speech differing from the standard literary language or speech pattern of the culture in which it exists: Cockney is a dialect of English. b. A variety of language that with other varieties.

Winter Adult Class Spotlight: Dialects Workshop Series Dialects are an essential part of any actor's toolkit. Nothing will bring an audience into the world of a play more completely than an authentic dialect - and nothing will alienate them faster than a dialect gone wrong. Feb 12,  · In general, dialects can be roughly classified into one of the seven large groups: Putonghua (Mandarin), Gan, Kejia (Hakka), Min, Wu, Xiang, and Yue (Cantonese). Each language group contains a large number of dialects. These are the Chinese languages spoken mostly by the Han people, which represents about 92 percent of the total population.

Jan 10,  · The “ordinary Pike County” dialect is the most common dialect in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Twain used this dialect to show how a majority of the white southern population spoke. A number of characters in the novel, including Huckleberry Finn, Tom Sawyer, and Aunt Polly all speak in the “”original Pike County”” dialect and /5(47). Recent research by Geert Driessen shows that the use of dialects and regional languages among both Dutch adults and youth is in heavy decline. In , 27 percent of the Dutch adult population spoke a dialect or regional language on a regular basis, while in this was no more than 11 percent.

Jan 28,  · Oral communication is an essential component of vertebrate social living. Even so, few animals are vocal learners. Rather, in most species vocalizations are instinctive, immutable, and genetically determined. Humans, whales, and songbirds are well-known exceptions, with elaborate language learned in early life using vocal mimicry, thereby creating distinctive geographic dialects or . Dialect, a variety of a language that signals where a person comes from. The notion is usually interpreted geographically (regional dialect), but it also has some application in relation to a person’s social background (class dialect) or occupation (occupational dialect). The word dialect comes.