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  • Neither can anyone learn English, one can only learn a series of Englishes.
  • This term is generally used when discussing World Englishes.
  • There is now an academic journal devoted to the study of this topic, titled World Englishes.
  • It is difficult to establish the total number of Englishes in the world, as new varieties of English are constantly being developed and discovered.
  • More recently, Ahmar has been focusing on the relationship between World Englishes and Higher Education.
  • The small parlor at the Englishes was nearly filled with guests when Paul Clitheroe arrived upon the scene. Cited from The Spinner's Book of Fiction, by Various
  • While it seems that English is the common, global language, there are different dialects and subcultures that all speak different Englishes.
  • It does, like earlier Southern Englishes, features frequent deletion of post-vocalic "r".
  • He has researched in the fields of World Englishes and Kashmiri language and has published several books and research papers related to the field.
  • The Dynamic Model outlines five major stages of the evolution of world Englishes.
  • AIPE is mentioned in World Englishes as one of many factors influencing American English.
  • Ahmar has also made considerable contributions to the study of World Englishes, and in particular Pakistani English.
  • All of these instances attempt to promote varieties on the island as legitimate, de-hegemonized Englishes.
  • It does, like earlier Southern Englishes, feature frequent deletion of the pre-consonantal "r".
  • "Why did not your sweetheart go with the Englishes?" Cited from Dulcibel, A Tale of Old Salem, by Henry Peterson
  • Her family, the Englishes, were founders of the region.
  • Although the Standard Englishes of the various Anglophone countries are very similar, nonetheless, often minor grammatical differences occur between them.
  • Kachru has initiated, shaped and defined the field of World Englishes.
  • The notions of World English and World Englishes are far from similar, although the terms are often mistakenly used interchangeably.
  • The World Englishes paradigm is not static, and neither are rapidly changing realities of language use worldwide.
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Root form of englishes is english for the noun.

How Englishes gets used

Meaning of Englishes

  • noun An indo-european language belonging to the west germanic branch; the official language of britain and the united states and most of the commonwealth countries
  • noun The people of england
  • noun The discipline that studies the english language and literature
  • noun (sports) the spin given to a ball by striking it on one side or releasing it with a sharp twist