By Don Freeman
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Don Freeman's vintage personality, Corduroy, is much more well known at the present time then he used to be while he first got here at the scene in 1968. This tale of a small teddy endure ready on a division shop shelf for a child’s friendship has appealed to younger readers iteration after new release.
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D) They did it, done they? (e) What did they do? (f) She did it, did she? (g) Did you have any luck? (h) I didn’t see any. (i) Where done they go? (j) They done it last year. 3 Here are some sentences in Somerset dialect. Work out what the rule is for using the two different types of past-tense verb forms. I did go there every day. I went there last night. I seen ’im last Thursday. I did see ’im regular. I told ’er as soon as I could. I did tell ’er every time it happened. We always did have a cup of tea at four o’clock.
The pronunciation of words like arm as arrm , etc. will, we can suppose, very soon disappear from Kent, Surrey and Sussex altogether. 4 Our in Traditional Dialects Southampton and Swindon, already show considerable signs of loss of r . In the speech of younger urban people, the arrm pronunciation is still strong in towns such as Gloucester, Bristol, Plymouth and Exeter. But it is quite likely that in a hundred years or so it will have disappeared from those areas too. If this does happen, the original pronunciation with r will survive only in Scotland and Ireland, in the British Isles.
A different rule for the formation of present-tense verbs is illustrated in the next passage, which is written in the traditional dialect of Berkshire. < previous page page_46 next page > < previous page page_47 next page > Page 47 I sees him every day on my way home. He likes to stop and have a chat, and I generally has the time for that. —and he has plenty of friends there and they often buys us a drink. The grammatical rule for present-tense verb forms in the Berkshire dialect is obviously not the same as the one in Standard English.