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Are we losing the correct pronunciation of the English language through our laziness in speech?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/ live/articles/news/news.html?in_a rticle_id=4869... copy
asked in English language, pronunciations, speech



tracieboo answers:

Nah, nowt rong wiv da way i yap!


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beeper_spryte answers:

but we *likes* irregular verbs! there's no FUN in regular ones!

i would seriously oppose the things mentioned in that article. it's just *wrong*.


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moonzero2 answers:

Quite possibly, but it depends how you feel on the matter I suppose.


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warriorprincessxena1 answers:

I think that the English langauge is going the way of the dinosaur...
But when kids are exposed 24/7 to the media using txt speak and incorrect spellings is it any wonder taht kids dont use the langauge properly? Big Bruvver type usage by C4, am I bovvered-subtitles on a well known program. so its not a great leap to say the langauge will probably change drastically in the next 100 years but tahts the thing with language its constantly evolving.


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Candy.DeRun answers:

Read a book from 100 years ago and you wonder how anyone had time for a conversation.

Reading Chaucer and Shakespeare illustrates how languages keep evolving. Their function is to communicate - as long as they fullfill that criteria they're doing their job.


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wumpus answers:

There's no two ways about it. YES!


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