Internet + English = Netglish
"Oral and Vernacular Englishes – known as OVE. These are mixtures of English and local languages, or versions of local languages incorporating lots of English "pop" or commercial phrases."
As I mentioned here a few months ago, English is sometimes decried for its invasion into other languages. Here’s a list of Oral and Vernacular Englishes (or global English), some of them being obviously taken less seriously than others. Spelling and meaning often drift from the root.
- Denglish/Gernglish, Germerican, Krautlish
(it is well known the brits speak their own, non-standard brand of English! Though Wenglish is probably worse)
(must read aloud!)
Notice that we froggies are as always resisting even when we embrace, since our brand of blend doesn’t use "lish" (franglais is the mix of the two French words "fran
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