Alwight, ow's it gahn?
"Th-fronting describes what happens in words like ‘brother’ or ‘rather’ which are pronounced ‘bruvver’ and ‘ravver’ respectively.
Nah, nah, It ain't 'ravver', it's 'rarva'.
(I wonder if the Thatcher years and the new yuppies caused the spread of London pronounciation into the surrounding counties...)
|Subject: Estry Englsh, innit?|
Posted Oct 8, 2002 by Spiff
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oh yeah, annuva name fer estry Englsh is "mockney" - or is vat summink else?
Whose brother speaks without the aid of consenants
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