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Thus English has grown in worldwide use much more than any constructed language proposed as an international auxiliary language, including Esperanto. 242 Traits that have spread from London in recent decades include the use of intrusive R ( drawing is pronounced drawring /drr t -glottalisation ( Potter is pronounced with a glottal stop as Po'er /po and the pronunciation of th- as /f/ ( thanks pronounced. These four vowels are only distinguished in RP, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.  via ScienceDirect (Subscription may be required or content may be available in libraries.) Algeo, John (1999). Locals are often fluent both in the local English variety and the local creole languages and code-switching between them is frequent, indeed another way to conceptualise the relationship between Creole and Standard varieties is to see a spectrum of social registers with the Creole forms.

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