are part of the wonderful heritage of our country; I have misgivings about anyone who doesn't possess one, and decry those who try to force our children to disown what is rightfully theirs.
But while Welsh-medium education is growing and the number of Welsh speakers is increasing, I believe there is a need to ensure dialects
in the different parts of Wales are protected and transferred to future generations.
are varieties of a language specific to a social group.
Researchers have suggested that students who are dialect
users may benefit if they become bidialectal--that is, able to navigate between nonstandard dialects
and more standard dialects
in various settings (e.
For cases in which dialects
are uncertain, the clips of the discussions with the applicant are sent to a linguistics expert who listens for dialectic variation, such as using different names for food.
Numerous programming dialects
are unpredictable and threatening to new clients while PHP is sorted out, clean, and familiar.
With the help of two respected experts Dr Iwan Wyn Rees, of Cardiff University's School of Welsh, will also look at how traditional Welsh dialects
recorded around Abergavenny differ from other parts of the country.
The result provides an insight not only into the linguistic similarities of the two dialects
but also it could serve as a spring board for increased rapprochement in particular among the younger generation, they said.
Previously, scholars argued that supposed evidence found in 18th and 19th century dialect
dictionaries proved that the Bard used Warwickshire, Midlands or Cotswold dialects
in his writing.
FSI also teaches Arabic dialects
as part of tradecraft modules that teach job-specific vocabulary and the eight-week Arabic FAST course that offers a quick introduction to the language.
This undoubtedly contributed to the preservation of their ancestral dialects
, which continue to be used at home even to this day.
This study will investigate the dialects
of the children of these Iraqis.