A Method of English for Secondary Schools Volume 1

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eal yoo az bee ta lea inklaahind dheeas litl staahri baar in maahind, vaar if ta lea yoo aimz ta goaa yoo'l vaahind dhai ealwuz zaar ee zoa ; yoo'l meet dha veet a theez yur too, dha'l teek dhi koaat an kaarkus All you that are to...
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eal yoo az bee ta lea inklaahind dheeas litl staahri baar in maahind, vaar if ta lea yoo aimz ta goaa yoo'l vaahind dhai ealwuz zaar ee zoa ; yoo'l meet dha veet a theez yur too, dha'l teek dhi koaat an kaarkus All you that are to law inclined this little story bear in mind, for if to law you aim to go you'll find they always serve you so ; you'll meet the fate of these here two, they'll take thy coat and carcase too. Notes. —The letter r is to be pronounced with the tip of the tongue turned back as far as it will go. la pronouncing lea, Hea, remember that ea has the sound heard in bear, pear, care. (The rhymes of the lines are not always perfect.) LESSON XII. North Midland Dialects. We saw, in the last lesson, that Standard English is founded on the dialect of educated men in London, which dialect, 500 years ago, was used over a large district of the East Midlands. To this day, the East Midland dialects are not greatly different from Standard English. The following specimens show the dialect of places in the extreme north of the Midlands. The first is a part of Tennyson's '' Northern Farmer ' (new style) in a North Lincolnshire dialect, nearly as pronounced by Lord Tennyson himself. The second is part of a Christmas carol, nearly as pronounced at Barton-under-Needwood, Staffs. I. A Northern Farmer's Advice To His Son. Standard English Version. Olossicfrom Lord Tennyson's Pronunciation. 1. Duozunt dhaw eea maahi aasez legz, az dhai kaantaz aweaa ? propuoti, propuoti, pro- puoti !t dhaat's wot aahi eeaz am seaa. Dostn't thou hear my horse's legs, as they canter away? property, property, property ! that's what I hear 'em say. 7. paasnnz las aant nawt, an shee weeant a nawt wen eez deead, muon bee 9 guovnes, laad, a...
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  • ISBN-13: 9781230337814
  • Publisher: General Books LLC
  • Publication date: 9/12/2013
  • Pages: 62
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 0.13 (d)

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eal yoo az bee ta lea inklaahind dheeas litl staahri baar in maahind, vaar if ta lea yoo aimz ta goaa yoo'l vaahind dhai ealwuz zaar ee zoa ; yoo'l meet dha veet a theez yur too, dha'l teek dhi koaat an kaarkus All you that are to law inclined this little story bear in mind, for if to law you aim to go you'll find they always serve you so ; you'll meet the fate of these here two, they'll take thy coat and carcase too. Notes. The letter r is to be pronounced with the tip of the tongue turned back as far as it will go. la pronouncing lea, Hea, remember that ea has the sound heard in bear, pear, care. (The rhymes of the lines are not always perfect.) LESSON XII. North Midland Dialects. We saw, in the last lesson, that Standard English is founded on the dialect of educated men in London, which dialect, 500 years ago, was used over a large district of the East Midlands. To this day, the East Midland dialects are not greatly different from Standard English. The following specimens show the dialect of places in the extreme north of the Midlands. The first is a part of Tennyson's '' Northern Farmer ' (new style) in a North Lincolnshire dialect, nearly as pronounced by Lord Tennyson himself. The second is part of a Christmas carol, nearly as pronounced at Barton-under-Needwood, Staffs. I. A Northern Farmer's Advice To His Son. Standard English Version. Olossicfrom Lord Tennyson's Pronunciation. 1. Duozunt dhaw eea maahi aasez legz, az dhai kaantaz aweaa ? propuoti, propuoti, pro- puoti !t dhaat's wot aahi eeaz am seaa. Dostn't thou hear my horse's legs, as they canter away? property, property, property ! that's what I hear 'em say. 7. paasnnz las aant nawt, an shee weeant a nawt wen eezdeead, muon bee 9 guovnes, laad, a...
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