UKLA Viewpoints: Standard English

  • Standard English is more usually applied to written forms of language.
  • It should not be confused with a person’s dialect or accent.
  • All speakers use more formal/informal language according to context.
  • In the classroom, teaching about Standard English is likely to be part of teaching about written composition.

You can download the full UKLA Viewpoint on standard English to the right of this page.

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