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  Baugh, J. (3)
John Baugh. Steady: Progressive Aspect in Black Vernacular English. American Speech, 59(1): 3–12. 1984.
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John Baugh. Linguistic Style-Shifting in Black English. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1979.
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John Baugh. Black street speech: Its history, structure, and survival. of Texas Linguistics SeriesUniversity of Texas Press, Austin, 1983.
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  Childs, B. (1)
Becky Childs; and Gerald Van Herk. Syntactic constraints underlying habitual effects in Newfoundland English. In James A. Walker., editor(s), Aspect in Grammatical Variation, pages 81–93. 2010.
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  Green, L. (1)
Lisa J. Green. African American English: A linguistic introduction. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2002.
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  Scott, C. (1)
Candice L. Scott. Tense & Aspect Markers in African American English. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 2016.
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  Van Herk, G. (1)
Becky Childs; and Gerald Van Herk. Syntactic constraints underlying habitual effects in Newfoundland English. In James A. Walker., editor(s), Aspect in Grammatical Variation, pages 81–93. 2010.
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Sonja L. Lanehart., editor. The Oxford handbook of African American language. of Oxford handbooksOxford University Press, New York, 2015. OCLC: ocn900306351
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