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simoneisanangel wrote: .....in Perthshire there is fanny hill and fanny burn.
I was wondering how long it would take you to get to this thread...solitasolano wrote: New thread is just my "cuppa tea".
Oh yeah I did. Found it right away...as did I also find Amazon...I mean Amanzimtoti...Buttons wrote:
I was wondering how long it would take you to get to this thread...
Amanzimtoti - KwaZulu Natal
I'm sure a Wet Beaver is out there someplace...will scour the maps for you..flump wrote: Is there not a place called Wet Beaver somewhere?
Oh yes, you can pick a Capetonian from a crowd. Well... normally you'll find them in their own crowd, they're very cliquey people. Don't like to mix with people from other provinces, what with them living in the Chosen province and all. The rest of the people all sound quite normal. The only time accents come into play is because of our 11 official languages, so you'll normally pick up accents when someone is not speaking in their mother tongue. There is a strong accent when an Afrikaans person is speaking in English and vice versa. Black Africans also have very strong accents when they speak in English, sometimes it's difficult to follow - for instance "bird" would be pronounced as "bed", etc.solitasolano wrote:Now I have to imagine the accent you all have down your way...is there one, and very different from capetown?