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For example, when speaking officially or in a public setting, an English speaker may be more likely to follow prescriptive norms for formal usage than in a casual setting; examples might include pronouncing words ending in -ing with a velar nasal instead of an alveolar nasal (e.g. \"walking\", not \"walkin'\"), choosing words that are considered more \"formal\" (such as father vs. dad, or child vs. kid), and refraining from using words considered nonstandard, such as ain't. As with other types of language variation, there tends to be a spectrum of registers rather than a discrete set of obviously distinct varieties\u2014numerous registers can be identified, with no clear boundaries between them. 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