African Grammar: neo-academics
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#1 Aug 5, 2013
Africans emigrated to the USA and developed intricate regional pidgins or dialects known generally as Ebonics families.
Ebonics phrases exhibit their own rules of simplified phonetics and substitution property grammar. A standard American English phrase such as "Give me five discs" could be translated into an Ebonics phrase such as "Gimme fi dis."
Because Ebonics is a modern world artifact of lifestyle architecture, its novelty and ornamental grammar tapestries reflect the neo-chic marketability of communications archaeology Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Johnny Mnemonic" (1995).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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