Presentation on theme: "TYPES OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE"— Presentation transcript:
1TYPES OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE Выполнил: Рысалива Ж., Салманова Л.
2Types of English British English American English Canadian English Australian English
3British Englishis a language of English literature and of studying at school.
4American EnglishIn XVII—XVIII centaury settlers arrived in North America. Since then, American English has been influenced by the languages of the Native American population. That is a beginning of history of English language
5Differences in lexisThere are some differences in lexis between British and American English.American variantПеревод на русскийBritish variantAdministrationправительствоgovernmentApartmentквартираflatBillionмиллиардmilliardBlueгрустныйsadFallосеньautumnGameматчmatchLast nameфамилияsurnameMailпочтаpostMetro/subwayметроtube/undergroundMoviesкинотеатрcinemaQuizконтрольная, тестtest, examShopмагазинstoreSoccerфутболfootballVacationканикулыholidayZeeбуква Zzed
6Differences in a pronunciation There are some differences in pronunciation between British and American English.British EnglishAmerican Englishschedule [∫][sk]Either, neither[ai][i]Mafia, Natasha, [æ] [а]
7Differences in grammer British EnglishAmerican Englisharmy Sg, PlbandcommitteeSgteamgovernmentBritish EnglishAmerican EnglishIrregular verbsSmell – smelt-smeltSpell – spelt-speltSmell – smelled-smelledSpell – spelled-spelled
8Differences in grammer The British use Present perfect (I have just arrived home).The American use past Simple (I just arrived home).
9Canadian EnglishThe first English speaking people in Canada were fishmen and businessmen, who came to Canada to sell their goods. But after 1780 a large number of American people moved to Canada
10Australian EnglishIn 1970, Britain has ceased to rule over the colonies overseas. Australia gained independence. The country began to take their own individual characteristics. Language of the British, who came from all parts of the world, reflected in the culture of the indigenous population. It was a unique phenomenon, which was not shown anywhere else so clearly as here.