English 11 Điền vào chỗ trống

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  1. thomnguyen1961

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    In British English this standard accent is known as R.P or Received Pronunciation. This coupled with the sort of English described in grammar books is the accepted (1)....Its use, however, is restricted (2)...geographically and socially; it is most (3)...used among the middle classes in the south of England. Its speakers, (4)..., carry both a geographical and (5)...label, as do the speakers of all its variants, although the more socially mobile someone is the more complex his accent becomes, and so the more (6)...he is to label. Attitudes towards this vary, from the parents (7)...train their children not to speak with a local (8)...so that "they will have a better chance in life", to the liberal, trendy young manager who adopts a local accent (9)... a form of inverted snobbery. But these stances are extreme, but, nevertheless, the (10)... between language and social status is a potentially explosive subject in British society
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    In British English this standard accent is known as R.P or Received Pronunciation. This coupled with the sort of English described in grammar books is the accepted (1)pronounciation. Its use, however, is restricted (2)both geographically and socially; it is most (3)commonly used among the middle classes in the south of England. Its speakers, (4)British, carry both a geographical and (5)social label, as do the speakers of all its variants, although the more socially mobile someone is the more complex his accent becomes, and so the more (6)difficult he is to label. Attitudes towards this vary, from the parents (7)who train their children not to speak with a local (8)accent so that "they will have a better chance in life", to the liberal, trendy young manager who adopts a local accent (9)with a form of inverted snobbery. But these stances are extreme, but, nevertheless, the (10)relation between language and social status is a potentially explosive subject in British society
     
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