Globe and Mail interviews Dr. Clive Forrester

You may know Dr. Clive Forrester of English at University of Waterloo–he’s an expert in applied linguistics, with a specialization in forensic linguistics. What that description doesn’t  tell you is that he is also an expert in Jamaican Creole. Which meant, when the Globe and Mail needed an expert on the ways in which patois has become part of Toronto, of course they interviewed Dr. Forrester. You can read more about how the popularity of patios has been met with mixed reactions at “Di soun in di city.”


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