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1 Part 1: English Borrowings French - English “humiliation” from the Old French humiliation (wikipedia.org) Latin - English “equestrian” from the Latin equus (wikipedia.org) Greek - English “dermis, epidermis and hypodermic” from the Greek derma (wikipedia.org) Native American Languages - English “elk” from the Shawnee waapiti (wikipedia.org) Spanish - English “avocado” from the Spanish aguacate (wikipedia.org) German - English “care” from the German karo (wikipedia.org) Scandinavian - English “lug” from the Swedish lugga, or Norwegian lugge (wikipedia.org) Italian - English “bronze” from the Italian bronzo (wikipedia.org) South Asian Languages - English “sch
What is the pattern of the pronunciation variation? The pattern of the variation is in the chorus line. The first two times the group uses the phrase “stick witch you”, whereas in the third usage in the chorus it is “with you”. 2. What is the effect of such deliberate dialect code switching on you personally? I would not have noticed it if it had not been pointed out to me, and since it has been, I find it irritating and annoying. 3. Do you think that other people listening to the song will react differently to it than you? Yes, I do think that others will react differently. As with most popular song lyrics, unless a word or phrase used garners an emotional reaction, it goes unnoticed. 4. ...
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