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For attitudinal reasons, the term ‘dialect’ is not the preferred way of referring to national Englishes, such as American English and British English. Instead, linguists and lay people alike use the term ‘variety’. No matter which term we use, some people may still contest the superiority or inferiority of one variety or another. For instance, as recently as 1995, Britain’s Prince Charles observed that the American version of the language was ‘very corrupting’, and that the English version was the ‘proper’ one.
The concept of circles, as B. 23-34) 28 1/23/06, 11:14 AM Conceptual framework 29 Expanding Circles in the periphery, in spite of the criticism of the notion levelled by scholars such as Mufwene (2001b: 139). The labels merely indicate the historical contexts of the varieties — their original habitat and later spread, and the population movement vs. other factors that were responsible for their further development. Range and depth Within the contexts of the Outer and Expanding Circles, two dimensions need to be considered in order to substantively characterize the status and functions of English in communities: range and depth of the spread of English.
American, and so on, the patterns that the global spread of English presents are much more complex than such an either-or view can realistically or usefully handle. English has more centres than just America and Britain by now, and as linguists and language learners and teachers, it is important that we study the nature of this ‘various’ language. One useful way of conceptualizing this pluricentricity is to look at the English-using world in terms of three concentric circles, as B. Kachru (1985: 12–3) suggests.
ACTIVE Skills for Communication 1: Student Text by Chuck Sandy