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The Appalachians are home to expressions long forgotten at home—and most Americans still use “gotten,”which Brits find as archaic as “God wot.” But London itself is marginal now, and power speaks English with an Appalachian-descended Texas twang. But the metaphor of the margin—the silence, the blankness that gives context to the central words—is fading.
Now the division affects the whole English world, and countless foreign countries as well.Americans make up 167 million (actually down a bit from 2000).Britain has 22 million, Canada 11 million, Australia 9 million and New Zealand 1.5 million.The same thing happened a century ago with the QWERTY keyboard.Good or bad, such crystallizations are unstoppable.For millions of Web users, “setup” and “shopping cart” are literally exclusive, pushing them back into a society on the defensive.
With that exformation, however, millions more step into a new society.
Who cares who speaks “superior” or “standard” or “proper” English? ) Let’s have lunch after the reunion and really get to know one another.
We seem to have a lot in common, and we can gossip about everyone else.
As a writer and editor, I know that nothing stresses writers and editors more than confronting issues around “bad English,” “improper usage,” and sloppy punctuation.
Such confrontations usually happen in private when the editor and writer lock in deadly embrace over a stray semicolon or whether it’s all right to write “alright.” But the Internet has brought these quarrels out into public scrutiny.
Those who might have become Northumbrian Shakespeares moved to London and adopted the dialect of the rich and powerful.