Category:Language varieties and styles

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A language variety is a form of a language that differs considerably and systematically either grammatically or in terms of lexicon, from the standard language. Standard language itself is considered a variety of any language. These variations come from dialects, idiolects, different registers, jargon, grammatical mood, or phonology, among others. Language style refers to slang, idiom and the like.

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