Use the correct forms of the words in
the brackets to complete the text.
"English English" is a term that (1) ... (apply) to the English
language that (2) ... (speak) in England. In Englishspeaking countries
outside the UK, the term "British English" (3) ... more frequently ...
(use). However, the term "English English" (4) ... (introduce) some time
ago by Peter Trudgill in Language in the British Isles. This term (5) ...
now generally ... (recognise) in academic writing.
The term "British English", however, has a wider meaning, and
(6) ... usually ... (reserve) to describe the features common to English
English, Welsh English, HibernoEnglish, and Scottish English.
A lot of people (7) ... always ... (interest) in the different accents
and dialects that exist in Britain. That's why The English Dialect
Dictionary that (8) ... (compile) by Joseph Wright, is now extremely
valuable. But the diversity of accents within the nation (9) ... still ...
(study) by linguists. Dialect research papers (10) ... often ... (sell) for
hundreds of pounds. People tend to be very proud of their local accent