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Noun Concept
Categories: Language, Language varieties and styles, Linguistics terminology, Diglossia, Sociolinguistics
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standard language  standard dialect  standardized dialect  Language standardization  linguistic standard
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A particular variety of a language that is regarded as the most correct way of writing or speaking the language. Open English WordNet
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A particular variety of a language that is regarded as the most correct way of writing or speaking the language. Open English WordNet
A standard language is a language variety that has undergone substantial codification of grammar and usage, although occasionally the term refers to the entirety of a language that includes a standardized form as one of its varieties. Wikipedia
A language variety whose grammar and usage are codified Wikipedia Disambiguation
A particular variety of a language accepted as the institutionalized norm in a community Wikipedia Disambiguation
Language variety used by a population in their public discourse ; standardized language that has at least one standard variety besides its other varieties; variety that has undergone standardization Wikidata
A particular variety of a language that has been standardized by an academy or other institution. This is the version of a language that is taught in schools, to native and foreign language learners. Most texts written in that language follow its spelling and grammar norms. OmegaWiki
A form of a language that is institutionally promoted, regarded as the most "correct" or neutral variety; used by a population for public and formal purposes. Wiktionary
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Received Pronunciation (RP) is the accent of Standard English in the United Kingdom, with a relationship to regional accents similar to the relationship in other European languages between their standard varieties and their regional forms. Open English WordNet