Comparing Dialects and Registers of English Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.5.3.B

Core Standard

We often think of English as a set language based on where we are located, but English has many different forms. In fact, there are thought to be over one-hundred and fifty different dialects. A dialect is a social or geographically acceptable form of word pronunciation, grammar, and syntax. It can even go a bit further as to how a language speaker feels or internally predicts language that is appropriate to the region they are communicating with. This series of worksheets help learner realize the expected dialect or register that is expected of their speech patterns.







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