If they know they are going to do business in a particular part of English town or in Scotland, it is important they get used to hearing the local dialects, so that they have better comprehension about the people saying.
Under the normal circumstances, you don’t need to go too deeply into dialect of English.
But if you know to be in a certain part of the country, you know that English is a little bit different to everywhere els.
So then it is import to study English in the dialect of the part of the country.
If you go to Yorkshire then, they drag vowel a little bit more.
And if you go to the County Durham, it is not the same as Scottish dialect, but it’s similar.
“You cannot understand always what they are saying, but always speaking that kind of, a sort of...”
It’s a bit more musical than Scottish dialect, and it’s much softer.
You have to be there to understand it.
If you go the County Durham, somewhere like that.
If you pay to study Geordie English.
Q; Geordie English?
Geordie comes from Tyneside. Newcastle.
So they live on Tyneside. So they call Geordie.
Then I come from West Hartlepool, which is the other side of the river.
So I am a Tynesider.
So that is the merit of learning English.
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