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    Hello I'm from south yourkshire and just wondered why do people from south yourkshire me included prounance TH has f. For example when saying three I say free. Is it an accent thing or speech impediment. Ive noticed Danny Dyer do it a lot. As well has Sean bean
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    Hello I'm from south yourkshire and just wondered why do people from south yourkshire me included prounance TH has f. For example when saying three I say free. Is it an accent thing or speech impediment. Ive noticed Danny Dyer do it a lot. As well has Sean bean
    Combination of accent and laziness... the 'f' sound is easier to say than the 'th' sound, so people don't bother. It then becomes the norm...
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    Its an accent thing or in your case fing. It's actually called TH-fronting popular in yorkshire.
 
 
 
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