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My mum's from up North and even though I'm from London/Essex I've still picked up bits from her accent. All my friends find it histerical (sp) that I say yer, instead of year. I don't even realise I'm saying it like that but they seem to pick up on it :rolleyes: Does anyone else say yer, and if you say yer/year enough it sounds funny
i dont. i wish i had a different accent though, i really like listening to people talk with one. esp if they are from scotland or birmingham!
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With my accent it all sounds the same!
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most definitely hole, but that is because I am very well spoken.
a bit of arrogance shown there dont you think. :rolleyes:
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a bit of arrogance shown there dont you think. :rolleyes:
I don't see the arrogance... :confused:
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bath or barth?
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barth - all the way
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