UK accents. SWOOSH. Cidália Sousa Cláudia Regina Abreu Vanessa Reis Esteves. Accent. What’s this ? The way someone pronounces the words of a language , showing which country or which part of a country they come from . Source : Dictionary of Contemporary English , Longman.
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Cidália Sousa Cláudia Regina Abreu Vanessa Reis Esteves
Thewaysomeonepronouncesthewordsof a language, showingwhichcountryorwhichpartof a countrythey come from.
Source: DictionaryofContemporaryEnglish, Longman
“It’s not a problem.”
Glasgow is famous for ship building.
“Ye knaa what ah mean leik”
“Do you know what I mean?
Newcastle is famous for the bridges over the river Tyne.
Geordie is also a regional nickname for a person from the larger Tynesideregion of North East England.
“I’m gaggin’ for a brew.”
“I really need a cup of tea.”
Manchester is famous for its football.
“We ‘ad a do lassnight.”
“We had a party last night.”
Liverpool is famous for being the hometown of the Beatles.
People from Liverpool are called Liverpudlians
“Y’not from round hyer?”
“You are not from around here, are you?”
Rhondda is famous for its coal mining.
Cockney (Rhyming slang)
Butchers Hook = Look
“Have a butchers at that”
Pork Pies = Lies
“Are you telling porkies ?”
Dog & Bone = Phone
“He’s always on the dog”
London is famous for its red buses and the Big Ben.