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AAVE, which is an acronym for African American Vernacular English or in other words, Black Vernacular English (BVE) Known outside of the academic and sociophonologic setting as "Ebonics", AAVE is a dialect that hails from West African linguistics.
It's not "ghetto talk", what she's speaking is a dialect called AAVE and it does not reflect her learning capacity.
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African American Vernacular English. Also known as ebonics.
That man tands to speak AAVE which i find difficult to understand.
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AAVE is African American Vernacular English which are words like “bussin” “yass” “sis (context)” etc and it is something white people can’t say (context) but it all depends on how you say it
white person: *uses AAVE* .e.g yass this is song is bussin i finna say yass queen periodt sis!
blk person: uhm..
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AAVE is something your non-black ass shouldn't use.

AAVE stands for African American English Vernacular. It is a dialect/language that black people have created and can be used solely by black people.
pressed, bussin, woke, rachet, sis, slay, lit, straight up, on fleek, turn up, etc (all examples of AAVE)

"Y'all pressed and for no reason"
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