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2020.04.28 03:31
East Midlands dialect part 2:
We do not write like this, so please take it only as a pronunciation guide or a bit of fun. I will try to show local pronunciation, idioms, and the occasional dialectal word.

Hello, darling
'ey up, mi duck.
こんにちは ("darling" and "duck" don't really have a meaning)

I'll do it myself.
I'll do it messen.
自分でやるよ

How are you?
Howz thee? (usually as a joke, more common in Yorkshire these days)
元気?

I'm going to the shop. Do you want anything?
ahm goin' t' shop, want owt? (Shared with Yorkshire dialect)
店に行くけど、何か欲しいものある?

Eat it!
Gerrit dahn ya! (get it down you)
食べよ!

It looks like it will rain soon.
It's black ov'ver Bill's mother's.
雨が降りそう。

A: What you are doing? B: Nothing.
A: What ya up t'? B: Nowt.
A:何してるの?B:何もしてない。

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  • Ms Active Couch Potato 2020.04.28 10:39

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    Howz three?
  • またね〜笑 2020.04.28 12:22

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    @Ms Active Couch Potato alrate spoze
  • Ms Active Couch Potato 2020.04.28 12:26

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    @またね〜笑 なになき??!
  • またね〜笑 2020.04.30 02:48

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    @Ms Active Couch Potato Alright, I suppose :D
  • Kenzo 2020.06.02 00:17

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    Omg it’s like completely a different language😵 日本の津軽弁とか琉球語みたい!
  • SamHing Ze 2020.06.14 14:33

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    A little bit like Shakespeare

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