________ wrote prolifically during the late 1500s and 1600s
Chaucer
Shakespeare
The King Jame Bible
The Vikings
According to the concept of university and flexibility, what is international English?
It is being used and developed in the world.
It is being used in Britian
It is being used inEnglish-speaking countries.
It is being used inUSA
All the dialects use … of Standard English.
check_box Vocabulary and grammar.
Grammar
Pronunciation
Vocabulary
Chaucer writes the Canterbury tales in _____ in CA.1380
Early Modern English
Local inhabitants speak Celtish
Middle English
Old English
Cultivaled Australian English has many …. British Rectived pronunciation.
check_box Similarities to.
Diffculties with.
Differences from.
Ease.
Dialects are linguistic varietes which differ in ….
All of A, B, C
grammar
pronuciation
vocabulary
Different accents throughout England are mainly influenced by …
Discrimination between the rich and the poor
Editing English
Phoneme inventory of regional dialects
Racial discrimination
How do Americans use the verbal auxiliary “ shan’t”
check_box seldom
never
sometimes
Very often
How does American English use collective noun?
either singular or plural forms
none
plural forms
Singular form
How many waves of immigration and settlement almost two centuries were there in Canada?
check_box 4 waves
2 waves
3 waves
5 waves
How many mains historical factors influenced on Southern English accents?
five
four
three
two
How many major regional variations of spoken Amercan English are divided?
3
4
5
6
How many majors divisions of dialect of English are there in England?
five
four
three
two
How many parts of English language are divided by continent?
check_box 6
4
5
7
How many percentages of Torontonians speak French?
check_box 1.5%
2%
3%
4%
How often do Americans use irregular verbs?
check_box rarely
never
sometimes
Very often
In 10th century, Where did English borrow words from?
Greek
Roma
Scandinavia
Spain
In 1362, English becomes official language of _______
church
The law courts
The subject at school
The USA
In 1775,What did Samuel Johnson publish?
His English Dictionary
His English Grammar
His French Dictionary
His French Grammar
In some ways ,what is American English more like?
Australian English
Modern British English
Scotish English
The English of Shakespeare
Liverpool, Lancashire, and Cumbria are also the dialects of …...
Mid-west England
The Eastern England
the Northern England
The sounthern England
Pakistani English is recognised and designated in ….
the 1930s and 1940s
the 1940s and 1950s
the 1960s and 1970s
the 1970s and 1980s
Southern English accents are distinguished from …………………
American English
Easten English
Northern English
Westen English
Southern English accents have three mains historical influences:
The Australia accent, Received Pronunciation,Northern rural accents
The Australia accent,Received Pronunciation,Southern rural accents
The London accent, Received Pronunciation, Southern rural accents
The London accent,Received Pronunciation, Northern rural accents
The greater social mobility after world war I and II helped…..
To lessen the differences between social accent
To make English become dialects
To make English important
To make English standard
The main difference between Early Modern English and Late Modern English is……………
Grammar
Model sentence
Structure
Vocabulary
The pronunciation differences in the UK are mainly distinguished by …
Age
Money
Region
Social class
The short vowels correspond:
The consonants
The lax vowels used in analyses of Received Pronunciation.
The word streets.
To its tense vowels and centring diphthongs.
The vowels of Australian English can be divided into categories:
All answes.
Large vowels and marrow vowels .
Long vowels and short vowels .
Small vowels and big vowels.
Thoughout most of the 20th century, Canadian newspapers generally adopted …
check_box American spelling
American and British spelling
Australian spelling
British spelling
What are 3 major divisions of dialects of English in England?
Southern English dialects, Eastern English dialects and Northern English dialects.
Southern English dialects, Midland English dialects and Northern dialects.
Western English dialects, Midland English dialects and Eastern English dialects.
Western English dialects, Northern English dialects and Southern English dialects.
What are regional dialects of Canadian English?
check_box -Quebec(Quebec English)-Maritimes-Central Canadian English-WesternCandian English
-Central Canadian English-Western
-Quebec(Quebec English)-Maritimes
-Quebec(Quebec English)-Maritimes-Central Canadian English
What are the main differences between British and American English?
All of A, B, C
Change of stressand differences in articulation
Differences in consonant
The presence of rhotic accent.and Differences in vowel pronunciation.
What do “Lishes” devise for?
check_box Decribing certain local variants of English
Decribing American English
Decribing certain local variants of English in England
Decribing pronunciation of English
What do Americans use preposition in these phrases?
At a team
From a team
In a team
On a team
What do Canadians prefer using the word “colour”
check_box colour
Both
color
none
What do the long vowels of Australian English consists of ?
check_box Monophthongs - Diphthongs
Diphthongs.
Monophthongs.
Pronunciation.
What does “Lishes” devise for?
check_box Describing certain local variants of English
Describing American English
Describing certain local variants of English in England
Describing pronunciation of English
What does “Lishes” devise for?
check_box Describing certain local variants of English
Describing American English
Describing certain local variants of English in England
Describing pronunciation of English
What does the individualistic approach accept?
Frozen spelling
The same form of grammar
The same form of pronuciation
The validity of differences
What does the sentence “This’s arvo” mean?
“This’s afternoon”
“This’s evening”
“This’s morning”
“This’s noon”
What does the word “ rubber” mean as a slang in Canada?
check_box condom
baker
candy
eraser
What Englishes are there in oceania?
All of A, B, C
Australian English
Fijian English
New Zealand English
What Englishes do manual encoding include?
All of A, B, C
Australian signed English
British signed English
US signed exact English
What is another name of Received Pronunciation?
Midland dialects
Prince’s English
Queen’s English
Southern dialects
What is the standard accent in the US?
General American.
General British.
Received Pronunciation.
Received Proposal.
What kind of English spelling is Australian English usually similar to?
All answers.
American spelling.
British spelling .
French spelling.
What laid the foundation English over much of the world?
Australian politics
British colonialism
United Nation
United States’s influence
What languages did people in England use when the Norman established?
English and French
French and Latin
Greek and English
Greek and French
What method promotes the spread of English language through sponssorship of English programs abraod?
Inational legislation
Institutional sponsorship and grass-root
Laissez approach
National legislation
What were the principal factors those added many words into English in the late Modern English?
check_box Industrial revolution and technology - British Empire covered ¼ of the earth’s surface
British Empire covered ¼ of the earth’s surface.
Cultural revolution
Industrial revolution and technology
World war I
When did communicational revolution break?
check_box 20th century
17th century
18th century
19th century
When did English become dominant in Britain again?
In the 13th century
In the 14th century
In the 15th century
In the 16th century
When did Roman invasion of Britain happen by Julius Caesar?
BC 53
BC 54
BC 55
BC 56
When did the form of the modern English language speak and complete?
1600s
After great vowel shift, and completed in about 1550
In the 3th century
In the 4th century
When did the first Germanic tribes arrive in England?
check_box Ca 410
5th century
8th century
Ca 600
When did the first permanent English-speaking colony in north America establish?
1796
In 1607
In 1608
In 1635
When did the great vowel shift begin?
check_box 1400
1200
1300
1500
When did the Longman Grammar of spoken and written English publish?
In 1997
In 1998
In 1999
In 2000
When did the Oxford English Dictionary was publish?
In 1982
In 1983
In 1984
In 1985
When did the Roman Empire collapse in England?
5th century
8th century
Ca 600
Ca 710
When did the term "Canadian English" appear?
check_box in 1857
in 1852
in 1853
in 1856
When did the transportation of convicts to Australia end?
check_box 1868.
1869.
1902.
2002.
When did William Caxton bring a printing press to English from Germany?
In 1473
In 1474
In 1475
In 1476
When has there been academic interest in dialects?
Since late 17th
Since late 18th
since late 19th
since late 20th
When was the English language first introduced to the Americas?
check_box Early 17th century
18th century
19th century
20th century
When was the first American dictionary pulished?
check_box In 1828
In 1628
In 1728
In 1928
When was the king James Bible published?
In 1611
In 1613
In 1614
In 1615
When was the standardization of British English more settled than it had been in the previous century?
check_box In the 19th century
In the 16th century
In the 17th century
In the 18th century
Where is Middlesbrough share characteristics with?
Cheshire and  East of England
East of England
Lancastrian and North of England
Yorkshire and North – East of England
Which accent do the majority of Australians speak similarity to?
Exchange Australian English.
General Australian English.
Priate Australian English.
With Canadian English
Which at age did Aethelred “the Unready” become the king?
At 11 year of age
At 12 year of age
At 13 year of age
At 14 year of age
Which concept supposed that English is better understood in the framework of appropriation?
Appropriation theory
Neutrality
Neutrality and opposition
opposition
Which continent does Burnese English belong to?
check_box Asian
Africa
Europe
Oceania
Which continent does Cameroon English belong to?
Africa
Asian
Europe
Oceania
Which continent does Burmese English belong to?
Africa
Asian
Europe
Oceania
Which country doesn’t belong to the inner circle?
Ireland
New Zealand
United Kingdom
Viet Nam
Which country’s econonics and geography connected with USA?
check_box Canadia
Australia
England
New Zealand
Which English dialect does Canadian vocabulary share most with?
check_box American English
Australian English
BritishEnglish
ScotishEnglish
Which English is Canadian English sometimes gouped with?
check_box American English
Australian English
British English
ScotishEnglish
Which event happened in ca. 410 A.D?
Beginning of Roman raids on British Isles
First Germanic tribes arrive in England
Many Celtic become Romanized
Romans pull out of Britain and other colonies. Attempting to shore up defense
Which event was happened in 1362?
check_box English replaces France as the language of law. English is used in parliament for the first time.
Roman invasion of Britain by Julius Caesar
Shakespeare was born
The Great Vowel Shift begins
Which has influenced English writing down to the present day?
Culture
Economy
King James Bible
Politics
Which have reduced English differences significantly in England?
Mass media
Modern communications
Modern communications and mass media
Modern communications and native English
Which main warieties of Australian English are spoken according to linguists?
check_box All Of A, B, C
Broad.
Cultivated.
General.
Which sentence is true?
Old English did sound or look difference English today.
Old English did sound or look like English today.
Old English didn’t sound or look difference English today.
Old English didn’t sound or look like English today.
Which sentence is true?
New waves of Germanic invaders and settlers come from Norway and Denmark starting in the early 7th century.
New waves of Germanic invaders and settlers come from Norway and Denmark starting in the late 6th century.
New waves of Germanic invaders and settlers come from Norway and Denmark starting in the late 8th century.
New waves of Germanic invaders and settlers come from Norway and Denmark starting in the late 9th century.
Which sentence is true?
Famous speaker include Joseph Wright and Lord Nelson
Famous speaker include Joseph Wright and Robert Phillipson
Famous speaker include Keith Shipper and Joseph Wright
Famous speaker include Lord Nelson and Keith Shipper .
Which sentence is true?
English is a member of the Germanic family of languages.
English isn’t a member of the Germanic family of language.
French is a member of the Germanic family of language.
French isn’t a member of the Germanic family of language.
Which sentence is true?
The period from 1500 to about 1650 is called Early Modern English.
The period from 1500 to about 1650 is called Early Old English.
The period from 1500 to about 1650 is called Lately Modern English.
The period from 1500 tp about 1650 is called Lately Old Enlish.
Which sentence is used in Amarica?
"She did geography at Warwick." (informal)
"She majored in geography at Harvard."
"She read geography at Cambridge."
"She studied geography at Cambridge."
Which tenses can American English be used?
I just arrive home.
I just arrived home, orI’ve just arrived home.
I’ve been arrived home.
I’ve just arrived home.
Who edited the first Canadian dictionaries of CanE?
check_box Walter Spencer Avis
Jennifer Tenkins
Joseph Wright
Labov
Who established the first English printing press in 1476?
Julius Caesar
Shakespeare
Thomas Jefferson
William Caxton
Who influenced in establishing a standard form of spelling in modern English?
Elizabeth
Gearge Bernad
Samuel Johnson
William Shakespeare
Who is an Anglophone?
check_box A person speaks English as mother tongue
A person speaks both English and French as mother tongue
A person speaks French as mother tongue
A person speaks Spanish as mother tongue
Who is author of the book “Two year in New South World”?
check_box Peter Cunningham.
.Alice Maria.
Cookneys.
Sophia Jones.
Who speaks English as not mother tongue?
check_box Chinese
American
Australian
English
Why are there no official rule for ‘’Standard English’’?
Becauce it unlike some other languages.
Because it is complicated.
Because it isn’t complicated,
Because it like some other languages.
Why has English language become the most important language on the planet?
Because of business, culture and science
It is a beautiful language.
It is easy to learn.
It is easy to speak.
Why is Australian English is recognisable and familiar to English speaker around the world?
check_box It is used to identify Australian in characters non - Australian flims and television programs.
Australian native learnt English when they were child.
English is spoken around the world.
It is easy to speak English like native-speaker.
Why is Australian English most similar to New Zealand English?
All answers .
Australian English borrowed some words from New Zaland .
Having the same culture English.
Sharing history and geographical proximity.
Why many say that English is probably not a Creole?
Because it doesn’t retain a short number of irregular verbs.
Because it retains a high number of irregular verbs.
Because it retains a short number of modal verbs.
Because it retains a short number of regular verbs.

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