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HimoHawk

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#11 13 years ago

lol. I can translate Geordie too Chris :)




Chris

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#12 13 years ago

I am geordie.




Dr.Fritz

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#13 13 years ago

How can you not understand English its pratically the same. Not sure what chav sounds like though.




Guns4Hire

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#14 13 years ago
Dr.FritzHow can you not understand English its pratically the same. Not sure what chav sounds like though.

Not the same, by a long shot. Like I said there are some very heavy British accents that are hard for me to understand, yet some speak very clearly. I'm sure the Brits have the same deal understanding someone with a heavy southern accent.




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#15 13 years ago

It's like n00bs trying to read 1337 $ |* 3 /-\ |<... sometimes they just can't understand it.




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#16 13 years ago
Beast_Of_Hellim guessing your an american who thinks that you speak "normal" and dont have an accent at all (even though you will have a yank accent) a British translator?, what?, shes speaking english in the land english comes from!!!!!!

If by normal you mean the dialect spoken by some 300,000,000 people, as opposed to the one spoken by just over 50,000,000, then yeah, you're probably correct.

:D

The average midwesterner (referring to the American midwest) has no discernable voice-inflection, and is generally considered the closest thing to accent-less English.




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#17 13 years ago

Well, the guy said "British accent" so that could mean English, Welsh, Scottish or Nothern Ireland. Welsh and Northern Ireland aren't too bad, but a thick Scottish accent can leave even an native Englander wondering what the hell they said.




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#18 13 years ago
Ma DeuceIf by normal you mean the dialect spoken by some 300,000,000 people, as opposed to the one spoken by just over 50,000,000, then yeah, you're probably correct. :D The average midwesterner (referring to the American midwest) has no discernable voice-inflection, and is generally considered the closest thing to accent-less English.

You're failing to take into consideration the ratio of land-mass to population, in which case, statistically, you fail. In either case, this dosen't detract from the fact that you actually call it English, and our country is called England. So do with that fact what you will. As for chav, it's basically curssing with sparodic English, in a very drawn out and childish accent. Typical Chav sentence:

"Yeah fuckin innit fuckin like i was at da shop wit dis fukin idiot what u lookin at u want bangin out?"


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#19 13 years ago
FileTrekker"Yeah fuckin innit fuckin like i was at da shop wit dis fukin idiot what u lookin at u want bangin out?"

I know some people who talk exactly like that. :cort:

I'm sure the Brits have the same deal understanding someone with a heavy southern accent.

Heavy southern accents are pretty hard to understand to alot of people, me included.

It's like n00bs trying to read 1337 $ |* 3 /-\ |<...

Oh god, it actually understood that... :rolleyes:

Come on man, get us a recording!




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#20 13 years ago
Ma DeuceIf by normal you mean the dialect spoken by some 300,000,000 people, as opposed to the one spoken by just over 50,000,000, then yeah, you're probably correct. :D The average midwesterner (referring to the American midwest) has no discernable voice-inflection, and is generally considered the closest thing to accent-less English.

ah, using facts again i see! :rolleyes: