The only exception seems to be for "excerpts of literary works that are written originally in" colloquial
, although one assumes they shouldn't be the sort of excerpts that raise anyone's blood pressure .
This article examines how postwar Australian women's magazines, particularly New Idea, promoted a modern ideal of Australian femininity through the use of colloquial
She said she had not encountered a children's book in colloquial
This is why the proposal to introduce the colloquial
language was perceived as being misplaced.
The idiomatic and colloquial
expressions are a mixture of American and Jamaican expressions which she finds fascinating and seem to express things in a manner that formal English does not capture.
The activity seemed to be especially helpful to those who think colloquial
Arabic is more difficult than classical because of the apparent lack of rules.
But "Tongzhi", in colloquial
Chinese the equivalent of "gay" as in "homosexual", has been exculded.
So, perhaps those workers who have lost a place within Hades, or who are travelling on the road to some colloquial
Dante's Inferno, have been released from the stigma of working in such an insidious working environment, and are now free to put their talents to better use.
Based in one of the busiest custody suites in the country (Gillingham in Kent, to be precise) it's home to the colloquial
phrase "Chatham Pocket", which is apparently where people keep all those important items they can't be without during 24 hours in police custody.
language use helped make the characters come alive and kept the story moving, creating suspense.
The OTT colloquial
Scots vocals are a trend that will hopefully end soon.
Summary: Standard, rather than colloquial
dialects, will do more to integrate and enhance Arabic language online presence, expert says.
It is also written in the style Precious talks - littered with swearwords, colloquial
language and slang.
Traces of colloquial
Arabic in loanwords in Indonesian.
In Yemen, it is called humaini, popular or colloquial