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This article attempts to place the discussion on the relationship between African American and European American vernacular Englishes within a broader context involving another speech community split along ethnic lines, namely South Africa's Afrikaans speakers. It specifically attempts to compare observations on the coloured-white linguistic divide within South Africa's Afrikaans speech community with those made on the black-white linguistic divide in the Uni ted States, wi th the aim ofdoi:10.1215/00031283-1958336 fatcat:z3ekzag6azhl7lpapzjweozbha