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Algeo, John. 1988 The tag question in British English: It's different, i'n'It. English World Wide: A Journal of Varieties of English (Amsterdam: Netherlands) 9(2): 171-191.

Algeo, John. 1988. "British and American grammatical differences". International Journal of Lexicography 1: 1-31.

Algeo, John. 1990 It's a myth, isn't it? Politeness and the English tag question. In:CHRISTOPHER, Ricks ; LEONARD, Michaels (Eds.). The State of the Language. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 443-450.

Algeo, John. 1990. "The Briticisms are coming! How British English is Creeping into the American Language". Journal of English Linguistics 23: 123-40.

Algeo, John. 1993. "Desuetude among New English Words". International Journal of Lexicography 6(4): 281-293.

Algeo, John. 1995. "Having a Look at the Expanded Predicate". The Verb in Contemporary English: Theory and Description, ed. Bas Aarts & Charles F. Meyer, pp. 203-17. Cambridge: CUP.

Algeo, John. 1998. "Vocabulary", in The Cambridge History of the English Langauge, IV: 1776-1997, ed. S. Romaine, pp. 57-91. CUP.

Algeo, John (ed.) 2001. The Cambridge History of the English Language, vol. 6: English in North America. CUP.

Algeo, John. 2006. British or American English?: A Handbook of Word and Grammar Patterns. Cambridge UP.