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The direct result of AAVE is essentially the product of former African slaves, their ancestors, and new generations slowly being exposed to Standard English over time. Thus at the current day, we are left with AAVE. S should become nonexistent within the next few generations. Robert Williams can be attributed to sparking the debate over African American Vernacular English in and up through Williams held a conference in St.

At this conference Williams coined the term Ebonics -a combination of the word ebony and the word phonics , which would later be known as African American Vernacular English, and attributed this way of speech to the African slave trade. Following the conference Williams published the book entitled Ebonics: The True Language of Black Folks , which was a groundbreaking piece during its time. It includes the various idioms, patois, argots, idiolects, and social dialects of black people. Classical vs. Modern theory in cognitive linguistics. Aleksandra Pendarovska. Alexis G. The study of the language embodying and transmitting folklore - an endeavour to reveal its relevance to sociolinguistics.

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