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==Age==
 
==Age==
Probably the most notable difference here is between the speech of teenagers and the speech of older members of the same community. Teenagers have a large and ever-changing lexicon of slang words and expressions. This vocabulary serves to strengthen their identity as a social group and separates them from older generations. Speakers from previous generations have been found to use archaic or old-fashioned lexis which may not be commonly used in the English language today. There will often be a marked difference between the vocabulary of young and old speakers from within a markedly similar community.
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Probably the hj most notable difference here is between the speech of teenagers and the speech of older members of the same community. Teenagers have a large and ever-changing lexicon of slang words and expressions. This vocabulary serves to strengthen their identity as a social group and separates them from older generations. Speakers from previous generations have been found to use archaic or old-fashioned lexis which may not be commonly used in the English language today. There will often be a marked difference between the vocabulary of young and old speakers from within a markedly similar community.
   
 
==Occupation==
 
==Occupation==

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