litzyceron
  • litzyceron
Which line from the novel is an example of dialect? A. "Well, here you are." B. "I see tha's got back," he said. "An' tha's browt th' young 'un with thee." C. "Nothing of the sort." D. "Something is there—something!"
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truwhovian11
  • truwhovian11
i think d or a not very shure
anonymous
  • anonymous
Dialect is a way or pattern of speaking that is unique to a certain area. For example, people from New York sound different compared to people from Kansas. I would pick B. It gives the best example of dialect.
anonymous
  • anonymous
B. Dialect reflect a person's culture or upbringing. For example, a lot of people in the south say, "Y'all."

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anonymous
  • anonymous
For sure B! It shows a different tone or way of how someone speaks

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