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|2010-09-18||exorcist [en]||0 votes|
|2010-09-15||JVC [en]||0 votes|
|2010-09-15||droids [en]||0 votes|
|2010-09-15||packing [en]||0 votes|
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The South Yorkshire accent is unavoidable even though I try hard to be well spoken. You'll notice tha the a sound is shorter than the longer "ah" sound in the South of the country in many words eg bath, path.
If anyone is interested in anything in a broad yorkshire accent I can include all the missing elements like glottal stops, dropped letters and more of my twang I work so hard to hide. I'm proud of it really!
I am learning about food for my job, so am interested in Asian and Eastern European words for food items andtypical savoury/sweet dishes. My attempts at pronouncing them are almost as hilarious as the disaster when I try to cook them!