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The verb to coin originally referred to money but was extended by analogy to refer to "coined" words. The type of change that occurred was amelioration, specialization, pejorationor generalization.
Weegy: generalization User: The literal meaning of a word is frequently changed because of the word's cultural significance, variants, connotations or denotations Weegy: The literal meaning of a word is frequently changed because of the word's connotations. User: The opposite of pejoration is generalization, coinage, specialization oramelioration Weegy: generalization User: The words weed and stink have undergone specialization, generalization, amelioration or pejoration (More)
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Why do dialects develop? Mark all that apply. isolated geographical areas influence language change contact with the general American English mainstream cultural influences ethnic background
Weegy: The answers are 1.isolated geographical areas influence language change 2.contact with the general American English mainstream 3.cultural influences 4.ethnic background (More)
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Informal English is appropriate in: fictional dialogue, business letters, parent/teacher conferences or job interviews
Weegy: (a)fictional dialogue User: A borrowed word which has been made to resemble English has been ____ . User: A word that loses respectability undergoes: pejoration, amelioration, generalization or specialization Weegy: C.generalization User: The relationship of word parts is called morphology, orthography, grammar or Anglicization Weegy: B.orhography User: The word gotten is an example of: a barbarism, British usage, substandard English or an Americanism Weegy: D.an Americanism User: Go home. imperative mood, indicative mood or subjunctive mood User: Since 1900, the most important influence on English has been amelioration, pejoration, technology or geography Weegy: Pejoration. The conditions of doom worsen. User: Which of the major United States regional dialects is spoken by the greatest number of people? Weegy: General American User: The Normans had a significant impact upon English because they: spoke a closely related language drove the Saxons into the wilderness, allowed their language and culture to fuse with those of the English or speeded the loss of inflected endings Weegy: Allowed their language and culture to fuse with those of the English User: The Normans had a significant impact upon English because they: spoke a closely related language, drove the Saxons into the wilderness, allowed their language and culture to fuse with those of the English or speeded the loss of inflected endings Weegy: Allowed their language and culture to fuse with those of the English User: Explain the influence the Industrial Revolution has had on our language and give some examples. Weegy: the Industrial Revolution displayed a new vocabulary. [ For example, in 1851 at the Great Exhibition the English language showed the world what it made of the machine age and how trade terms denigrated by Johnson now powered the language as empathetically as Tyndale's Bible (Bragg, 2004: 238). These are some of the words that appeared ... (More)
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