A ‘Black Acres Of The Gambia Case Study’ — Is English Limiting ‘Africans & Africans In Diaspora’ Unity?
In this lengthy video, i watch and analyze a YouTube video by ‘Black Acres of the Gambia’ in a bid to answer a question that i have popped which is “Is English Limiting?”
The video above tries to compare regular English as used by ‘Africans in Diaspora’ in comparison to ‘African English’ as used by Africans in Africa who mostly speak English as a second language.
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Originally published at https://www.marlians.com on May 2, 2020.