What Is A Dialect?

A dialect is a non-standard form of language that is used in a particular local region. It's best to avoid regional terms in formal writing as people from another part of the country may not understand them.

Here are some examples of dialect words:

Standard EnglishDialect
alleyginnel
againstagin
childbairn
correctlyaright
armpitoxter
asparagussparrowgrass
sulkymardy
turnipneep
sitset
afraidfeart

 

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