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Language and Society: What Your Speech Says About You

Discover the remarkable ways in which our society is a reflection of our language and how our linguistic choices play a determining role in every aspect of our lives.

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p********m
March 14, 2017

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c********m
July 9, 2016
English in America: a linguistic history is more comprehensible. Fridland's voice is not easily tolerated.

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d********m
May 12, 2016
Good content, teacher dosen't respects or is not aware that we actually care of the topic. this lady reminds me of bad highschool teachers who disrispect the subjetc and when i would ask she would be the kind of person to disregad question as "its so obvius too dumb to ask". haha Aww, even the textbook is flawed :(

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