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used in Do You Speak American?

8 uses
  • But his work demonstrates that there are clear correspondences between individuals, how they look, and preconceptions about how they should sound.
    eight — Teaching Computers to Speak American (31% in)
  • Voluminously and wittily, and animated by more than a little Anglophobia, Mencken demonstrated that our language began to diverge from the mother tongue almost as soon as the first colonists arrived in North America.
    Introduction (13% in)
  • On the train taking us into the Midland area, Preston demonstrated the research technique he has been using for more than twenty years.
    three — Toward a Standard: Putting the "R" in "American" (44% in)
  • William Labov casts a resigned eye on the process: Many older citizens... expend a great deal of effort in demonstrating to their children the illogical character of aren't I, or like as a conjunction.
    three — Toward a Standard: Putting the "R" in "American" (57% in)
  • Our experience demonstrated once again that American speech is not being homogenized by media influence, but precisely the reverse.
    four — This Ain't Your Mama's South Anymore (53% in)
  • At the Greyhound bus station, John Baugh demonstrated the technique he's used for years to reveal how Americans react to different ethnic accents.
    six — Bad-mouthing Black English (47% in)
  • One of the young aces, Jayk Goff, demonstrated some of the most challenging tricks while making comments in the snowboarders' whole new lexicon.
    seven — Language from a State of Change (62% in)
  • He demonstrated this with another experiment, using a still photograph that can be animated by computer to move lips and blink when it talks, as they feed it different voices.
    eight — Teaching Computers to Speak American (23% in)

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