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A. C. Benson affected Afrikaans American English Australian English become Britain British and American British English called Canada Canadian English certainly cinema civilization Cockney colloquial common course cultured dialect Dominions E. V. Lucas educated Eliot England English language English-speaking Englishmen especially Essays example expressions fact G. K. Chesterton headline hence idiom important Indian Latin least less linguistic literary English literature mainly Maori marmaid means names newspapers novel origin partly perhaps persons phrases poetry poets popular population probably Professor Greig pronounced pronunciation prose radio readers Robert Lynd sense slang social sometimes sound South Africa Southern British speak speakers speech spelling spoken Standard English style syllable syntax T. S. Eliot teachers teaching tempo tend tendency thing tion Tosh tradition twentieth century uneducated University usage usually vernacular vocabulary vowel vulgar words writing written Zealand Zealand English