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BRP (British Received Pronunciation)
a particular dialect of English; associated with upper-class Britons living in the London area
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british received pronunciation (BRP)
the dialect of English associated with upper-class Britons living in the London area and now considered standard in the United Kingdom.
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11) Dialects developed within England primarily because A) different Germanic invaders settled in different regions. B) the Normans invaded from the south. C) the Viking invaders did not remain long in England. D) British Received Pronunciation became the standard dialect. E) commerce developed more slowly in England than on the European continent.