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The English Language in
Singapore and Malaysia

Vincent B. Y. Ooi (ed.)

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Contributors
Introduction
Vincent B Y Ooi

1.

The Voices of English-knowing Bilinguals and
the Emergence of New Epicentres
Anne Pakir

2.
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Is English a First or Second Language in Singapore?
Joseph Foley

3.

Lectal Varieties of Malaysian English
Elaine Morais

4.

Ethnic Group Varieties of Singapore English: Melody or Harmony?
Lisa Lim

5.

Two Issues in the Study of Singapore English Phonology
BaoZhiming

6.

Tense and Aspect in Singapore English
Lubna Alsagoff

7.

Reduplication in Colloquial Singapore English
Lim Choon Yeah and Lionel Wee

8.

The Cultural Grounding of Singapore English
Ho Chee Lick

9.

IJumping on the Bangwagon': Issues in Student Writing
Alan Maley

National Library Board (Singapore) Cataloguing in Publication Data
Evolving Identities: The English Language in Singapore and Malaysia I Vincent B.Y. Ooi (ed.).
- Singapore: Times Academic Press, 200 I.
p.cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN: 981-21O-156-X
I.
English language-Singapore.
I. Ooi, Vincent Beng Yeow.
PE3502.S5
427.95957 - dc21SLS2001007307

2. English language-Malaysia.

10. Till Divorce Do Us Part: The Case of Singaporean and
Malaysian English
Gerard Lim
11.

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