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At a time when regions are losing some of their traditional dialect, the East Midlands is keen to retain its cultural identity and linguistic style.

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Today Nottinghamshire folk still retain their distinctive dialect, although some traditional words are dying out. The East Midlands dialect was important because it came from the centre of the country and was intelligible to most people.

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His poem The Drained Cup starts with the line "T' snow is witherin' off 'n th' gress", and ends with the observation, "Ay, it's a rum un! Although some words are dying out, East Midlanders are keen to celebrate cick local language. We are a very committed married couple looking for others to share some exciting new sexual experiences. Loretta Rivett has a life-long passion for the Lincolnshire Wolds and its language.

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Judy Theobald, the Editor of the magazine, believes it is important to celebrate the local dialect. See also Much of the dialect developed in rural communities and in the industrial heartlands of the region. We aren't looking to cheat, but rather to enjoy other people together. John Titford, a language expert points to the subtle variations, "As you get up to Sheffield, people sound more like Yorkshire.

Read my lips The impact of the Vikings can still be seen today in our version of English that was born on the borders of Mercia and Danelaw. The East Midlands is renowned for its distinctive dialects from the Derbyshire drawl to Nottingham's no-nonsense style of talking.

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At the same time is a good lover ffor loves to please. In his short story The Sick Collier he uses dialect to give the reader a better understanding of the industrial setting and the miner's social class. Read all about it Loretta Rivett is ed in her campaign by staff at Lincolnshire Life magazine who print a story in dialect every month. DH Lawrence's Dialect Poems use the local lingo to give the reader a good picture of the local scene. The course encourages the enjoyment of the local Lincolnshire dialect by looking at dialect poems and tales, reminiscing, and examining the changes that take place in a language.

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Midlanv Although incomprehensible to outsiders, the articles aim to encourage local people to retain their interest in a distinctive way of speaking. Rivett partly blames tractors and modern farm machines for the demise of the Lincolnshire dialect. Living voices The BBC is carrying out a huge survey of how we speak, and how we react to different accents and phrases. Mining communities in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire were renowned for their use of dialect.

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At the weekly cattle market in Bakewell the local dialect is kept going largely as a result of the town's isolation from big city living. We enjoy life and fun, but aren't always wild and crazy.

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The Lincolnshire accent can be Midoand into four areas that local folk would know if they heard you. Lawrence's dialect shows class divides in Lady Chatterley's Lover The great author DH Lawrence grew up in Eastwood in Nottinghamshire, and is well known for his poems and writings which use local dialect. Centre of the English language? We'll publish a selection of your comments. The English written and spoken today owes its origins to a mix of the East Midlands and London dialects.

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It's also a distinctive dialect, "The accent is different to the East Midlands generally. Other features of Derbyshire dialect are: the use of words like "thee" and "thou"' the shortening of words for more economical speech the use of very unusual words like "scratin'" crying deriving from old Norse or Viking But employers aren't always as keen on dialect as the Derbyshire folk. But the county has a long tradition of celebrating its dialect, especially in its literature. You have to change as your generation does.

But talking to native East Midlanders in their distinctive dialect can be a mesmerising experience for outsiders. Proud and loud In Lincolnshire local people are going back to the classroom to reclaim their linguistic roots. Lost for words?