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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by FlasherZ, Nov 20, 2012.
Is it too early to make jokes about teaching them how to speak Canadian-English?
What are you talking a-boot?
I have no idea what you Americans are talking abau-wut.
Trust me, it is not half as funny as Canadian French
(warning - off topic post)
On formal applications, when it asks if I speak any other languages, I always put English, French, and Canadian.
Just repeat after me: there's a mouse loose about the house... should sound like "there's a moose loose aboot the hoose". You'll need a pro-cess and a pro-ject to deal with the mouse too.
Maybe in Newfoundland, or Scotland, but nowhere else.
Mouse, house, louse all rhyme.
Loose, goose, moose all rhyme.
If you try your fake Scots accent speaking to Canadians, they'll think you're somewhat gear-loose. :biggrin: