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#6 - strygwyr
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#18 - anon id: f93712f9
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User avatar #2 - satanisthesavior
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British english is so ******* weird... Seriously even though it is only a dialect of english I only understand half of what british people say...
#3 to #2 - anon id: 89ed718d
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British English?
Don't you mean.... English? ;D
User avatar #5 to #3 - satanisthesavior
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It is a dialect of English. So yeah, I meant British English. As opposed to American English or Canadian English (or any other country that speaks English, since each will have their own dialect of the language)...
#8 to #5 - iwasbitten
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So do I speak Thomas English?
User avatar #12 to #8 - satanisthesavior
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No, you speak whatever dialect of English it is your country/region speaks. A dialect is just a way of speaking the same language with slight differences. That's why British English and American English are two dialects. Even different areas of America have different English dialects...
#23 to #12 - anon id: 77f96438
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Well as you say, different regions have differnet dialects too. All British countires do not speak the same dialect, so you could say there's Welsh English, Irish English and... English English?
User avatar #28 to #23 - satanisthesavior
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Yes, yes and yes. Though using the same term to refer to the culture as the language is a bit weird (English English)...
#14 to #12 - iwasbitten
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Dyslexic English?
User avatar #16 to #14 - satanisthesavior
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I don't think that's necessarily a dialect, but sure...
#25 - sniffythebird
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#11 - shrapnelsteve
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User avatar #1 - vonspyder
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Bob's your uncle?