Phenomena

Title Category Dialect
A-prefixing Tense, Aspect, Mood Appalachian English; Ozark English; Smoky Mountain English; Southern American English
After-perfects Tense, Aspect, Mood Canadian English (including Newfoundland English)
All the further Comparatives; Wh-words and relative clauses Midwestern American English; Smoky Mountain English
The alls construction Wh-words and relative clauses Midwestern American English
Bare got Tense, Aspect, Mood Widespread American English; African American (Vernacular) English
Canadian eh Particles Canadian English (including Newfoundland English)
Come with Particles Midwestern American English
Dative presentatives Pronouns Ozark English; Southern American English
Done my homework Particles Canadian English (including Newfoundland English); Northeastern/New England English
Double comparatives Comparatives Widespread American English; African American (Vernacular) English; Appalachian English; Canadian English (including Newfoundland English); Smoky Mountain English
Double is Comparatives; Emphasis/focus Widespread American English
Drama SO Emphasis/focus Widespread American English
Expletive they Subjects and subject position African American (Vernacular) English; Appalachian English; Ozark English
Fixin’ to Tense, Aspect, Mood African American (Vernacular) English; Smoky Mountain English; Southern American English
For to infinitives Tense, Aspect, Mood Appalachian English; Ozark English; Smoky Mountain English
Have yet to Tense, Aspect, Mood Widespread American English
Invariant be Copulas and forms of be; Tense, Aspect, Mood African American (Vernacular) English; Chicano English; Southern American English
Inversion in embedded questions Wh-words and relative clauses Widespread American English; African American (Vernacular) English; Appalachian English; Canadian English (including Newfoundland English); Chicano English; Smoky Mountain English
Liketa Tense, Aspect, Mood African American (Vernacular) English; Appalachian English; Southern American English
Long-distance reflexives Pronouns Midwestern American English
Multiple modals Tense, Aspect, Mood African American (Vernacular) English; Northeastern/New England English; Smoky Mountain English; Southern American English
Needs washed Tense, Aspect, Mood Appalachian English; Midwestern American English
Negative concord Negation African American (Vernacular) English; Appalachian English; Chicano English; Smoky Mountain English; Southern American English
Negative inversion Negation African American (Vernacular) English; Appalachian English; Smoky Mountain English; Southern American English
Null copula Copulas and forms of be African American (Vernacular) English
Perfective done Tense, Aspect, Mood African American (Vernacular) English; Southern American English
Personal datives Pronouns Appalachian English; Ozark English; Smoky Mountain English; Southern American English
Positive anymore Negation Widespread American English; Appalachian English; Midwestern American English
Repetition clefts Emphasis/focus; Wh-words and relative clauses Widespread American English
So don't I Negation Northeastern/New England English
Split subjects Pronouns; Subjects and subject position Appalachian English; Southern American English
Steady Tense, Aspect, Mood African American (Vernacular) English; Canadian English (including Newfoundland English)
Stressed BIN (been) Copulas and forms of be; Tense, Aspect, Mood African American (Vernacular) English
Subject contact relatives Subjects and subject position African American (Vernacular) English; Appalachian English; Canadian English (including Newfoundland English); Ozark English; Smoky Mountain English
Try and Tense, Aspect, Mood Widespread American English
Verbal rather Tense, Aspect, Mood Widespread American English
What all Wh-words and relative clauses Ozark English; Smoky Mountain English; Southern American English