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It seems nun of yas can understand harf  o wot I say geez its not ard we all speak frickin English... Korean Billy is hete to give a hand.... Although Aussie Bella is way posh...i sound nufin like her.

 

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This is more how 'my' people talk

 

This is really how my people talk...

 

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Here are some Scottish ones 

 

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Some Aussie and some Britt 

 

Some Kentucky an Aussie

 

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Okay, so not a cockney myself, although grandparents lived on the outer boundaries. I've just finished me ruby and sat here on me jack, so here's a couple of videos.

 

Cast yer mincers over this to start with, he'll tell you how to pronounce things proper like.

 

 

That sorted, have a butchers at this. The bird is a bit posh for the video, but nice introduction.

 

 

That done, test out your understanding with this.

 

 

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Frickin cockney star trek... Brill!

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@Doreensfree how does Korean Billy go teaching us to speak Scouser?

 

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Lol.that's so funny Lar....spot on ...sound as a pound !!!!

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I live in Malben (if the n is almost no existant and the e is sorta like an i)... I do not live in Mell Born. 

 

 

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