1. What are the limitations of defining World Englishes by focusing just on geog

1. What are the limitations of defining World Englishes by focusing just on geography? What other factors go into defining and distinguishing world Englishes?
2. What does McLellan mean on Kirkpatrick’s page 37 when they write, “World Englishes are, by definition, code-mixed varieties” (McLellan 2010: 435). What does “code-mixed” mean? Why are they by definition code-mixed?
3. Where are the roles of English growing most in the world? Why? Give examples of nations where this is happening, and suggest why it might be happening, based on your reading of the Kirkpatrick text and our discussion in class.
4. Explain how the examples of Indian Englishes on pp. 35-36 illustrate what fully “differentiated” World Englishes are.
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