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Each has its own language or dialect, some similar, some mutually unintelligible.
The power portion is pretty straightforward, but the communication, as with human languages, can run into some challenges with dialect, even when they speak the same language.
We’ve got a big project right now, which is mapping all of the dialects in Scotland into a gigantic atlas and looking at how they all interrelate to each other and how people use them.
Or, you may be targeting people who already speak English but use different words based on regional dialects.
The findings fly in the face of previous hypotheses that birdsong dialects don’t change much within local regions.
There are many differences in Standard Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese, while there are plenty of Spanish variations spoken across North America, South America and the Caribbean, let alone the many regional dialects in Spain itself.
"No, she don't or'ter," the Colonel thought, involuntarily adopting Jake's dialect; but what to do with her was the question.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
Their speech is a dialect called Chabucano—a mixture of very corrupt Spanish and native tongues.
The Press is represented by a large number of American, Spanish and dialect newspapers.
For months the public organs, issued in Spanish and dialect, persistently denounced it as a harbinger of ruin to the Colony.

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