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Definition of the noun aave
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- a nonstandard form of American English characteristically spoken by African Americans in the United States
- lexical domain: Communicative Processes - nouns denoting communicative processes and contents
- synonyms of AAVE: African American English / African American Vernacular English / Black English / Black English Vernacular / Black Vernacular / Black Vernacular English / Ebonics
- more generic terms: American / American English / American language = the English language as used in the United States
"Aave" is a musical single of Liekki.
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Though SAE is needed in the education classroom it is well documented that AAVE is a cultural value among the African American community and as discussed thus far, a very relevant and pressing reality among blacks. This issue is pressing ...
Themes, Genres, Places, People, Movements, and Motifs by Joseph M. Flora, Lucinda Hardwick MacKethan, Todd W. Taylor
AAVE is a linguistic system...
by Mwalimu J. Shujaa, Kenya J. Shujaa
AAVE is a distinct style and form of speech that can be heard in most African American communities . It is distinguishable from Standard English or mainstream English in many ways, ...
by William Labov
and phonological features that may be called “African—American English,” the specific dialect designated AAVE refers to the geographically uniform grammar found in low-income areas of high residential segregation. Baugh (1983) defines ...
Multicultural America (2013)
A Multimedia Encyclopedia by Carlos E. Cortés
African American Vernacular English: AAVE is an African American variety of American English. It is also called African American English, black English, black vernacular, black English vernacular, or black vernacular English. The term ...
Encyclopedia of Linguistics (2013)
by Philipp Strazny
AAVE is the dialect of English spoken by African Americans living in the 'inner city '—the ghetto—of large urban centers such as New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit, and Los Angeles. The sociolinguist William Labov, in pioneering ...
a large but unknown proportion speaks AAVE. The distribution and functions of AAE are generally obscured by stigmatization and misrepresentations, principally : ...
Volume 5: Language by Michael Montgomery, Ellen Johnson
Most linguistic research, however, focuses on African American Vernacular English (aave), the variety spoken by many working- and lower-class African Americans, especially in the inner cities of large urban areas. In fact, over the last half ...
by Raymond D. Kent, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Identifying atypical AAVE speakers can be difficult, especially if known causes of disordered speech hearing loss, brain damage, and so on—are absent, as is often the case. Clinicians must know a lot about the dialect to defend a diagnosis.
by Julian Franklyn
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Encyclopedia of Identity (2010)
by Ronald L. Jackson II
and its unique African American Vernacular English (AAVE) intonation, address systems, rhetorical features, discourse ...
Second Edition by John W. Collins, Nancy Patricia O'Brien
African American English/ African American Vernacular English (AAE/ AAVE) Although AAE is the term more common used today, AAVE is still an acceptable term. These acronyms refer to the ...
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Scrabble value of A1A1V4E1
The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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