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Subject: English
Date: June 7, 1997
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Generally we use the term "African American Vernacular English", or AAVE. Linguists know very well that there are African Americans who cannot speak this language with fluency; that there are some non-African Americans who can; and that almost all African Americans have some control of other forms of English, including Standard American English...
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A large number of African American adults are absolutely fine with both AAVE and Standard American English, and are competent at using it in the suitable situations. The history of AAVE and its genetic affiliation, by which we mean what language varieties it is related to, are also a matter of controversy...
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