King's English

  1. English as spoken by educated persons in southern England
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How To Use King's English In A Sentence

  • If the blues is a single note that is slurred into a different tone, then we have taken the King's English and blued it into our own dialect.
  • received standard English is sometimes called the King's English
  • Hello. My name is Jenny and I am the king's English teacher. " I said.
  • On the other hand, in The King's English, orient is criticised as a 'Gallicism'. On being orient(at)ed
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