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We’ve all been told there’s a ‘proper’ way to speak English. What if that wasn’t true?

There are thousands of dialects of English that are ‘non-standard’ yet they still carry cultural and historic significance.

In this month’s episode of our podcast, Making a Difference, University of Sydney student Nicola Brayan explores English dialects around the world and how language shapes identity, communities, and, too often, discrimination.

Nicola’s reporting challenges us to think before we judge the way others speak.

This episode is the first in a three-part podcast called Standard Deviations.

You can listen to Making a Difference via our website or any of the major podcast directories:
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You can listen to the entire Standard Deviations podcast – and we recommend you do – on any of these major podcast directories:
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