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    Typical Glaswegian Patter:

    Francie: "D'ye mind o' the auld buroo" [employment exchange] "wi' its chairs fixed tae the flair?"

    Josie: "Aye fine, ... cos when the *staff said, 'take a seat', *they were feart ye did!"



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    Ah well ... ... I suppose you'd need to be a Scot at least - if not a native of Glesca itself - in order to appreciate the parlance!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    Ah well ... ... I suppose you'd need to be a Scot at least - if not a native of Glesca itself - in order to appreciate the parlance!
    Oky the noo, hope I've got that right Arthur


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Parnham View Post
    Oky the noo, hope I've got that right Arthur
    ........ 's nearly the correct pronunciation, Michael ... tho' not quite.

    ... because emphasis should
    be on the "ch" sound when pronouncing the expression in an actual Scots' dialect, i.e., "Och aye."


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