English Usage in Contemporary Quebec: Reflections of the Local

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Title
English Usage in Contemporary Quebec: Reflections of the Local
Abstract
The author describe some of the distinctive ways in which English is used in contemporary Quebec, specifically with regard to the lexicon. She argues that many of these distinctive usages reflect the linguistic, social, and cultural realities of life in Quebec today, characterized largely, but not entirely, by the influence of French.
Book Title
Canadian English: A Linguistic Reader
Series
Occasional Papers, Number 6
Place
Kingston, ON
Publisher
Strathy Language Unit, Queen's University
Date
2010
Pages
177-197
Language
en
URL
Citation
Grant, Pamela. “English Usage in Contemporary Quebec: Reflections of the Local.” In Canadian English: A Linguistic Reader, edited by Elaine Gold and Janice McAlpine, 177–197. Occasional Papers, Number 6. Kingston, ON: Strathy Language Unit, Queen’s University, 2010. http://www.queensu.ca/strathy/apps/OP6v2.pdf.
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