Linguistic homelessness

If your accent has changed such that those abroad know you’re foreign, but those “at home” think you’re foreign too, you’re linguistically homeless.

About C R Strebor

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1 Response to Linguistic homelessness

  1. Rantz says:

    Irish? Nope.
    Welsh? Nuh.
    Scottish? Again, no.

    Is being linguistically homeless part and parcel of expat life?

    You’re not from here, are you?

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