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|GUEST,eldergirl||Singing in Different Accents/Dialects (172* d)||RE: Singing in Different Accents/Dialects||11 Aug 13|
I've found that you pick up the accent and speech patterns of where you are living. For instance, I was slightly surprised a few years back when an Asian stallholder in Leicester market said "Ta me duck" as I paid him for the pair of tights. That did feel proper incongruous, did that.