These dialogs from the World Englishes Project provide a unique opportunity for students and other lovers of language to discover the differences that exist among the national varieties of the language.
Professor Norie Yazu and her team of technicians, actors and academics have provided small dramatic scenes that are relatively realistic with dialog that is as natural as it can possibly be.
And students of course can emulate that, learn from it and enjoy the performance of it as well. We are very pleased to present these dialogs and hope that they make an impression on lovers of language everywhere. Enjoy.

J.K. Chambers主要業績

  • -2014 (with Rita Calabrese and Gerhard Leitner, edited) Variation and Change in Postcolonial Contexts. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars
  • -2013 (with Natalie Schilling, edited with preface) The Handbook of Language Variation and Change. 2nd ed. Oxford, UK, and Malden, US: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • -2009 Sociolinguistic Theory: Linguistic Variation and Its Social Significance, 3rd ed. Oxford, UK, and Cambridge, US: Wiley-Blackwell. [First ed. 1995; second ed. 2003.] Pp. xxiv + 311.
  • -2002 (with Peter Trudgill and Natalie Schilling-Estes, edited with introductions) The Handbook of Language Variation and Change. Oxford, UK, and Cambridge, US: Blackwell. Pp. xii + 807.
  • -1998 (with Peter Trudgill) Dialectology. 2nd ed. Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics. Cambridge University
  • -1998 (with David Britain) Dialects and Accents. Annotated Bibliography of English Studies, vol. 105.
  • -1998 Milestones: The Music and Times of Miles Davis. NY: Da Capo Press
  • -1991 (With Peter Trudgill, edited with an introduction) Dialects of English: Studies in Grammatical Variation. London and NY: Longmans. Pp. xiv + 306.
  • -1985 Milestones II: The Music and Times of Miles Davis since l960. Toronto: University of Toronto Press; New York: William Morrow & Co. Pp. viii + 410.
  • -1979 (Edited with an introduction) The Languages of Canada. Vol. 3 of Série 3L: Langages, Litteratures, Linguistique. Montréal: Marcel Didier (Canada) Ltée. Pp. 263.
  • -1975 (Edited with an introduction) Canadian English: Origins and Structures. Toronto: Methuen. Pp.ix + 144.