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How do you know whan a word is in standard or non-standard Canadian English?


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Can I fond a Canadian-english dictionary online possibly. And I understand what you have said. But if a word is given such as, Rejoice, how would I know if this is standard or not?


Can I fond a Canadian-english dictionary online possibly. And I understand what you have said. But if a word is given such as, Rejoice, how would I know if this is standard or not?

Sorry about the ealier post.


I think most words that are standard in U.S.-English dictionaries would also be standard in Canada.

The first site has quite a bit of information about Canadian English. The second site advertises Canadian-English dictionaries.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_English

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