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Nella Milic//INTERCOMM WEATHERS Nov 10
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phyrngn Nov 9
But does Clemson have Walt Wolfram?
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Jayne L Nov 10
You won’t find tomorrow’s blatherskites in the class divide A new survey of England’s is instead likely to shine a light on social tribes and generational differences Kenan Malik
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sdats Nov 6
Even speakers sometimes get tired of arguing about variants…
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Niamh Kelly Nov 10
Just yesterday I was sure an American friend was telling me “someone must be foaming something on my street” and it took me using a lot of top-down knowledge from subsequent phrases to realise she was saying “filming”
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Misha Herwin Nov 9
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Arthur Turfa Nov 9
I love dialects. Maybe someone will research them in the US. Mine is Western Pennsylvanian, in case yinz didn't know that!
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sdats Nov 11
SDATS team inspecting the historical Swiss German Atlas materials in Zurich today – love those NORMs... 🙏🏻
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Steve Campbell Nov 6
You can tell all the folks in national media talking about the Kentucky elections are not Kentucky natives. How? They're saying LOO--EEE--Vill, but the locals pronounce it in kind of a garbled, jumbled way, as if it's two syllables rather than three.
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Adrian Leemann 23h
....this is how the Swiss rrrrrrrrroll – new paper out on /r/ in Swiss German
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Shiva 🇮🇳 Nov 8
Replying to @rahulroushan
"Appeals" is how pakistanis pronounce "Apples."
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Jack Wallace Nov 8
Fun dialectical headline! Can you figure out what the “mokentroll” is? 🧐
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Speedy Host UK Nov 6
Analyse the dominant of the typical if, they generally inherit the accent of the region where the is based then examine how sentences are constructed using that dialect. Remember nobody writes a search query in perfect English.
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Angela Davis Nov 7
Tongue twisters to prep for our work with accents and dialects! Shout out to because she soooo damn phenomenal! If you’re ever in Atlanta we’d LOVE to have you!!
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Kirk Hazen Nov 6
Is there a term for "shibboleth" that refers to what a community uses to identify outsiders? Would it still be shibboleth for a pronunciation that marks "elsewhere"?
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Matthew Baldwin Nov 8
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Christopher White UK Nov 10
Our are the last surviving bridges back into ’s past via
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Keith Tse (謝嘉麒) (MCIL CL) Nov 10
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[ˈdʒeɪn ˈsɛtəʳ ] 🌈 Nov 9
Great news to hear there’s to be a follow-up to the SED - and not just data from old men with good teeth! :
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Ling Lore Nov 9
Replying to @linglore
() is one of the ' ' of County, 🇸🇪. It's not mutually intelligible with or ; some therefore consider it a distinct North with features of Old . Listen:
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