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Online Academy Spring 2021 Department of Modern Languages and Communication NUST MISIS - Shared screen with speaker view
Владислав Лопатин
31:20
Hello!
Angelina Murashkina
31:25
Good evening!
Sofya Zakeeva
31:29
Hello
Анна Филюшина
31:42
Good evening )
Яна
31:55
Hello!
Angelina Murashkina
33:42
It's an idiolect
Анна Филюшина
34:08
For example, conlags belong to unique speech
Angelina Murashkina
35:11
It is the form of a language that a particular person speaks
Angelina Murashkina
36:44
A language variety unique to a household.
Angelina Murashkina
39:49
Conclusion: Each person has their own way of saying a particular phrase. Someone has some kind of chilled, more American, and someone has a lisp.
Angelina Murashkina
40:08
Also the volume
Анна Филюшина
41:15
People living in different parts (of the country and so on) speak different accents
Яна
41:51
the way one's body shaped throat and vocal cords in particular affects the way one speaks
Angelina Murashkina
42:53
Yes, everyone does.
Angelina Murashkina
44:09
Example: I can speak sometimes not very constructive, modern and a little not academic English.
Яна
44:14
my friend has a slight underbite so he pronounces some words with shh sound
Angelina Murashkina
45:03
In my family we even have a joke which we use only with each other. :)
Usman
46:34
she doesn't hear me well, buy speakers for yourself
Даяна Бурлуткина
47:27
he is so funny)
Angelina Murashkina
47:34
Conclusion: This person has their own abbreviations for words.
Angelina Murashkina
47:50
Example: Car = gogo car (something like that)
Елена Пахомова
48:23
rootbeer-super drink
Алина Жданова
48:26
fried chicken-fried chi chi
Даяна Бурлуткина
48:30
He has his own type of conversation))
Яна
48:33
egg=prebird
Angelina Murashkina
49:16
So that's where this meme comes from! :D
Даяна Бурлуткина
50:22
of course)
Даяна Бурлуткина
51:15
Each person has their own vision and views of the world, so they talk differently
Vera Popova
51:17
To my mind, no. For example, babies can't speak
Angelina Murashkina
52:44
I believe that this is true, because it is just a collection of people, so you can not say an exact yes
Angelina Murashkina
53:55
Sometimes nicknames can be offensive
Яна
54:05
that singer y2k got a nickname for his lisp
Анна Филюшина
54:32
I find nicknames funny only if they don't make fun of some person's cons
Яна
54:42
lisp is a speech disorder he pronounces th like z
Angelina Murashkina
55:09
For example I call my brother Sashok instead of Sasha :)
Даяна Бурлуткина
55:12
Sometimes nicknames may not be very audible and difficult to pronounce
Владислав Лопатин
55:40
Nicknames are the way of self-expression of people
Angelina Murashkina
55:43
Of his
Angelina Murashkina
56:19
His colleagues call him that, so why not :)
Angelina Murashkina
57:19
Nope
Angelina Murashkina
01:00:47
It is a phrase that is often repeated by and therefore becomes connected with a particular organization or person.
Яна
01:02:02
joey
Яна
01:02:05
friends
Яна
01:03:16
Sheldon cooper
Яна
01:05:48
Arnold schwarzneger
Елена Пахомова
01:05:48
terminator
Елена Пахомова
01:06:21
no
Angelina Murashkina
01:06:53
The term "Hasta la vista" is a Spanish farewell
Angelina Murashkina
01:07:08
Which means "See you later" and "Goodbye".
Angelina Murashkina
01:09:42
Thanks a bunch for the lesson! It was AMAZING! :)
Алина Жданова
01:10:02
Thank you)
Angelina Murashkina
01:10:04
Take care! Bye!
Елена Пахомова
01:10:14
thank you so much! it was awesome!
Анна Филюшина
01:10:25
Thank you very much!
Владислав Лопатин
01:10:47
Goodbye! Thank you very much!!!
Яна
01:10:53
Thank you, bye!
Angelina Murashkina
01:11:01
Thanks a bunch for the lesson! It was AMAZING! :)
Vera Popova
01:11:16
Thanks a lot! Goodbye.