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    How does Ali G use spoken language? I'm really struggling with this question and this is the first question that I am actually struggling with.

    I need to comment on some of the racial stereotypes used by him and social stereotypes, also the use of accent, fillers etc.

    Could someone please help me analyse the spoken language used by Ali G?

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    (Original post by kingaaran)
    How does Ali G use spoken language? I'm really struggling with this question and this is the first question that I am actually struggling with.

    I need to comment on some of the racial stereotypes used by him and social stereotypes, also the use of accent, fillers etc.

    Could someone please help me analyse the spoken language used by Ali G?

    Thanks


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    Wagwun fam, ali g speaks like a proper badman, no long ting, he tinks e his from de ghetto fam.
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    (Original post by kingaaran)
    How does Ali G use spoken language? I'm really struggling with this question and this is the first question that I am actually struggling with.

    I need to comment on some of the racial stereotypes used by him and social stereotypes, also the use of accent, fillers etc.

    Could someone please help me analyse the spoken language used by Ali G?

    Thanks


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    Colloquial language.......its like slang ali g speaks
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    Specific examples would be very helpful and other ways he uses spoken language would be helpful too!


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