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The English language has many dialects and slangs all over the world. 'Mines' instead of 'mine', and 'axe' instead of 'ask', can be heard from rural parts of England, Scotland and Ireland, to Canada, Australia and the U.S. It has nothing to do with the colour of a person's skin. For example, 99% of White and Black Americans pronounce 'clique' to rhyme with 'click' instead of the proper way which sounds like 'cleek'. Does that make 99% of Americans lazy?
March 8, 2014, 8:29pm
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