‘Investigating Language Change In Bermuda ‘

March 26, 2017

The Department of Community and Cultural Affairs will be hosting an event entitled “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: Investigating Language Change in Bermuda and Beyond” on Tuesday, March 28 at 12.30pm at the Cathedral Hall in Hamilton, with the event set to feature speakers Britanni Fubler and Rosemary Hall.

The event poster said, “Why does language change? How can we measure it? Where do new words come from? And is texting ruining our speech? Explore these question and more with Bermudian linguists Britanni Fubler and Rosemary Hall. This event is free to the public. Free tickets are available from the office and from bdatix.bm”

For more information contact Folklife Officer Dr Kim Dismont Robinson on 292-1681 or email kdrobinson@gov.bm or visit www.communityandculture.bm

Investigating Language Change Bermuda March 2017

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  1. JUNK YARD DOG says:

    Structure and Communications are the key !

    Doctors ; Lawyers; Dentist ; Engineers; Accountants and many other professions and trades have their own language, while for the rest of us,the Language is called Ebonics.

    I almost forgot politicians.

    Sorry politicians !

    • Come Correct says:

      That language you speak of is called English. I’m none of the above professions you mentioned and I speak it too. Crazy huh?