Some of the varieties of English language are well developed and have standard form of grammar, thus are identified as Standard English, for instance Australian English. Whereas some varieties of English are in the developmental stage, thus they are identified as Standardizing English, for instance East Asian English.
Cambridge Encyclopedia of World English has listed eight major versions of English language. These varieties of English language are standardizing as well as standard.
East Asian English: English used in the east Asian countries like Japan, China, Malaysia, the Philippines etc. East Asian English is still developing.
South Asian English: A regional variety of English used in the south Asian countries such as India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Pakistan etc. South Asian English is still in developmental stage, thus, identified as standardizing English.
Australasian English: A variety of English used in Australia and New Zealand. Australasian English (also called Australian English) is in developed form, thus identified as Standard English.
British and Irish English: A variety of English used in England, Scotland and Welsh. British and Irish English is Standard English. It has a formal rules of grammar and language.
African English: English used in Nigeria, Ghana, and South Africa. African English is standardizing in some countries such as South Africa and in development phase in other countries.
Caribbean English: English used in Caribbean nations such as (Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago. Caribbean English is stilling developmental phase.
American English: A Standard English known as Network Standard in the United States. American English also includes Black Vernacular.
Canadian English: A standard English used in Quebec, Nunavut, and Newfoundland.
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