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Record the pronunciation of this word in your own voice and play it to listen to how you have pronounced it. Congrats! I'm sure she must have thought i was a simpleton as I probably gave her the wrong answers to anything she might have asked! He could also read the squiggle characters in the newspapers (impressive), Introducing the Soap Scoop podcast! You can try again. He started a lot of his sentences with "Trite" and judging by the looks on fellow travellers' faces, they were as bemused as I was. Log in or

or pronounce in different accent or variation ? Description of privy (outside toilet) in Lancashire, used a tippler flushing system. The countdown begins from that first day of pre-season training and excitement builds… an.. Newcastle United have signed Ireland midfielder Jeff Hendrick on a four-year contract, the Premier League club said on Monday. Go to its website and type in “Burnley accent”, and you will find a conversation with two mothers struggling to bring up children and make ends meet. I’ve got to buy gas, I’ve got to buy electric.

Conversation in Mellor Brook about accent, dialect and attitudes to language. Berliner Lautarchiv British & Commonwealth recordings, Opie collection of children's games & songs. There is a feeling that Burnley is not quite what it was, yet what it was is the way we liked it. You've got the pronunciation of Burnley right.

To call this attractive is, I realise, utterly subjective. Burnley tusk trader jailed for 'brazen' endangered animal sales, Burnley boss Sean Dyche gives an update on recruitment, Burnley duo prove outstanding value for money. A telecommunications company has transferred a call centre from Bombay to Burnley because it’s cheaper. Break 'burnley' down into sounds: [BURN] + [LEE] - say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them. He came to a meeting in my building and the weather was bad so I asked him if he'd managed to avoid the rain. What is this? - Burnley FC Women is a women's only football club from Burnley in North East Lancashire and is affiliated with Burnley Football Club. Earlier this year one Birmingham caller to a BT centre in India hung up “in despair” because staff could not understand her accent. - Burnley Manchester Road is a railway station serving the town of Burnley, Lancashire, England. One of the kids put up his hand and asked a question.

Bernadette and Keelie speak with a very distinctive Burnley accent. Story of losing one sand shoe while crossing burn (river). This week, a Burnley pub named after dialect poet Tim Bobbin was recognised nationally by real ale group Camra thanks to a major overhaul. Recording made for BBC Voices project of a conversation guided by a BBC interviewer. Some years ago the missus (from Bury) went to run a workshop at a school in Burnley, so only about 20 miles away and in the same county. Newcastle signed former Burnley midfielder Jeff Hendrick on a free transfer on Monday. Discover the subtle ways grammar can change across generations. The region is notable for its tradition of poetry written in the dialect. Perhaps the call centre will now figure on the Burnley tourist-trail, along with clog-dancing, tripe-dressing and beating little children who have fallen asleep over the loom. Bradshaw’s (“Quality Tripe”) is on sale at Burnley Market (closed on Tuesdays), but it is dressed outside central Burnley, at Padiham, near the Tramway Terminus (disused). Prosperous Lancashire mill-workers were suddenly penniless. By The story is well known. You know, it’s all coming out of your one week’s money. I've spent a lot of time in Scotland and the accents (and slang) just sound natural to me now, but the first time in Glasgow, a taxi driver asked me "wit de ye wicket" and an embarrasingly long amount of time passed before I realised he was asking me what my job was. Reply. Since you have exceeded your time limit, your recording has been stopped.

Although we would not describe Bernadette and Keelie as dialect speakers, they do use a handful of words that are characteristic of popular speech in northern England, such as somewhat, aught and naught, meaning ‘something’, ‘anything’ and ‘nothing’ and a number of grammatical constructions that are quite revealing.

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Keep up. If you have a complaint about the editorial content which relates to inaccuracy or intrusion, then please contact the editor here. For many speakers in other parts of the country, particularly younger speakers in the south of England, this statement would be more likely to surface as you’ve got loans to come out of your money a week. Speakers re-introduce themselves. Bobbin was the pseudonym of John Collier, who as well as being a caricaturist, was well-known for producing satirical poetry in the Lancashire dialect. The Lancashire dialect or accent (colloquially, Lanky) is Northern England's vernacular speech in the English county of Lancashire. Seems like your pronunciation of Burnley is not correct. “Baby’s birthday” is barebiz buffdeh. Q:        And are you sometimes worried about whether you can afford to feed them?

Because they’re on – it is £5 an hour, so I’ve been told, for a childminder. I've lived in various parts of the UK and I developed a good ear. Only 20 miles from Manchester, Burnley retains its own system of pronunciation and even grammar of a distinct kind.

Certainly there are many accents in the islands of Japan. On my first visit to New York, we took one of the bus tours with a guide. There’s nothing like the wail of a hungry waif from 150 years ago to make the ample flesh of today’s tourists creep agreeably.

You'll have to Google it, like I did. We recommend you to try Safari. Would you frame a request for loose change with ‘have you got any coins’ or ‘do you have any coins’? Dither - refers to shivering or to tremble. Hendrick, who has 54 caps, arrives at St James' Park on a fre.. Former Burnley midfielder Jeff Hendrick has signed a four-year deal with Newcastle United. Q:        So do you get any help from others, other people? One piece of museumisation that is quite rewarding has been undertaken by the British Library.

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It meant that half a million tons of raw cotton imported each year from America by the Lancashire cotton-mills was not to be had. I think the only word he heard was rain and thought that, inexplicably, I was giving him a weather report when he'd just come out of the weather and knew exactly what it was doing.

How to say Burnley in English? Story of kitten falling down long drop of outside toilet, rescued with brush, no lids over hole so anything could fall down there. Because otherwise you’ll have no home to cook it in or any light to sit in.

His response was, "Yes, it is".

Mention that discourtesy annoys speaker, story of school children using bad language on bus, wants to tell them to piss/sod off but wont because its lowering herself to their level, thinks you only use language like that with people you know when youre really stressed out, when you know they wont take offence; alternatively would say nothing and just walk away.

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- The Burnley Coalfield is the most northerly portion of the Lancashire Coalfield. Robert Kelly.

In more mainstream dialects of English this is far more likely to occur with a fully articulated verb, as in you have to buy presents, you know, you have to save up for Christmas, or as a phrasal verb, as in you’ve got to buy presents, you know, you’ve got to save up for Christmas. [00:17:25] Discussion of words used to describe WEATHER AND SURROUNDINGS.

The Poor Law Union had had its work cut out in the years before the construction of its new headquarters, for in a global crisis that affected Bombay and Burnley worse than the present shake-up of call centres, the weavers of Lancashire were reduced to starvation in the 1860s. There is nothing inherently funny about tripe-dressing or clog-dancing, though it is true that both activities have been slightly marginalised of late.

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