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What does en-UK stand for?

en-UK stands for British English (UK)

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Samples in periodicals archive:

Australian actress Daniel's fully voiced reading is perfect: crisp, upper-class British English for Phryne, gentle Chinese for Lin Chung and family, brusque Australian, and clear, energetic, smooth voices, yet with grace and humor, for all others.
Topics discussed include the political twisting of the English language, British English versus American English, language errors in the movie "Titanic", the tyranny of synonyms, and much more.
Topics include the negative adverbs ne and not, the decline of the negative concord, the development of the auxiliary do in negation, British English dialects in general, Tyneside English, the haven't NP pattern in American English, and subjective meanings of Except-linkage in comparison with Including.
She speaks with clarity and precision, in an accent that sounds like a refined woman who speaks British English but as a second language, just as one imagines that Azar Nafisi might.
But British English and American English technical terms are substantially different as the following list of publishing terminology shows: U.
Bakersfield) presents the first major attempt to study the pronunciation of Ghanaian English among speakers who have taken British English Received Pronunciation (RP) as their target model.
Set in Norway, with references to people, places and events there and in Europe, the novel is translated into British English and some vocabulary may be quirky for the average American reader.
He puts flesh on the characters and handles a wide range of accents that includes French, Russian, British English, Japanese, Mexican, and even a believably nasal Bostonian.