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The vowels tend to be a bit more conservative than other accents in Southern
England, which have undergone significant vowel shifting over the past century.
Listen to the accent and dialect for Norringham, England.
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whole of North East England to use glottalised consonants for the sounds <p, t, k
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Yes. No. 11. Does "Book" rhyme with "Hook"? Yes. No. 12. Where are you from? (
Britain only). England. Scotland. Ireland. Wales. I don't like in Britain. Innit!
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