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  1. Nov 2019
    1. An accent refers to the degree of prominence of the way syllables are spoken in words, as when someone from Australia says “undah” whereas we say “under.” A regionalism is a type of expression, as when someone says “The dog wants walked,” instead of “the dog wants to go for a walk.” Dialect is a variety of language where one is distinguished from others by grammar and vocabulary. In Pennsylvania you might hear people say that they are going to “red up the room,” which means “to clean the room.”

      Using certain accents, regionalisms, and dialects can prove effective depending on the type of speech one is giving.

  2. Sep 2016
    1. At a time when multilateralism is under challenge to prove its usefulness, as noted in the criticisms to the United Nations System that has recently celebrated 60years, Unasur emerges to reassert the importance of organizations of this nature. Trends towards multipolarity in today’s world are gaining prominence, the centrality of hegemonic power is becoming void of significance, and regionalism is acquiring historical significance.

      relevance of regionalism