Read along in Spanish or English.
She may be shooting for a folksy charm or for a root authenticity, but most often she fails miserably. Dat walk take lease three hours, dere and back. Ah love to serve that pie at a good suppa. Ah know you want dat pie.
Ah know you do. The language is absurdly disguised behind the pretense of dialect. To be sure, it is an exaggeration.
But each choice made by the writer-a misspelling here, an apostrophe there-is a little piece of what most people consider to be the essence of writing dialect. That is, it shoots for the sound of the words rather than the words themselves. Ever wonder if you can copyright an idea?
You like reading dialogue aloud, sounding words out for their music.
I give you high marks for admiring the music of language, but if you like this kind of writing, buy yourself a French horn and try to blow Shakespeare through it. When a piece is choked by dialect, the way this example exchange is, you have to work your way back to story through language.
The writer of this sort of dialogue would probably say you have to read it aloud to understand it. The word has become a sound.
A word created to mimic sound has to be an absolute success in terms of its music. That walk would take at least three hours, there and back.
You know they love that pie. At a good supper, I love to serve that pie. I know you want that pie. But now the dialect is basically confined to word choice and syntax rather than spelling and misspelling.
The machinations of dialect no longer keep us from meaning; rather they lead us to it. Nor should it, ever.
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We heerd you was aimin to put that ere blue dawg on that old two-toed bear this mawnin. I done fed him enough cawn to have a sheer in him. Not to mention a shoat three years ago. He was chewing tobacco. When I finally found her, I reckon she looked about like that colt of yourn last June.
If you see game in front of my dogs, shoot it. It is merely an element within the scene.My first approach to writing must\'ve been, as for many children, the achievement of being able to write my own name, assisted by my mother of course.
That’s always nice. The nightmare started a little after, on my first year of Primary School. A list of useful phrases to have next to you when doing extended writing tasks.
the phrases are in Spanish and with the equivalence in English. by giuliano78df in Types > School Work > Study Guides, Notes, & Quizzes, useful phrases, and linking phrases. Write a story, postcard, letter or create a journal entry using words in context.
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