Talking Canadian

Talking Canadian

DVD - 2004
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Talking Canadian is not so much a history lesson as an often-amusing look at our accent, intonation and vocabulary - how Canadians speak today, and how we will talk in the future. The program takes a light-hearted look at how we differ from the British and the Americans, and how something uniquely Canadian has emerged from that historical mix. It will also look at how our language is changing, how like-speaking and uptalk are becoming standard among young Canadians at the same time they're being adopted by English-speaking teenagers around the world.
Publisher: [Toronto] : Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2004
Branch Call Number: DVD 427.971 TAL
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (43 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in.
Additional Contributors: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation


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Nov 20, 2013

Very entertaining for anyone!

May 31, 2011

A very interesting look at how Canadian English developed, has changed, and has resisted change over the years. Suitable for use in classrooms, the students love watching it.

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