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Thank you very much

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Thank you for showing my mistakes.

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Thank you Gill

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Thank you! It’s so helpful for me to understand the UK movie.

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thank you for this lesson. it was really valuable. And i’m looking for someone who would like to practice English with me.
write me on What’s App +77055009366.

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    Woud you like to practice with me?

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Hello Gill . Thanks for this lesson .
In question 7 do you mean that denno danno dinno and so on are standard way to say ” don’t know” ?
See you

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    Hi – no, those spellings (denno danno dinno) don’t exist – I invented them for the purpose of the quiz :-)

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thank Gill, that’s a difficult lesson

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Thanks Gill ..you make me now able to love British Accent.

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You are a superb teacher,Gill. Your classes are always
interesting. Loved this one. I really dig all kinds
of accents.
Thank you very much.

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Thank you for this lessons
But that’s difficult for me.

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Thank you Gill. If I had known this 10 years ago my life would be easier in East London.

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What a nice class! I can’t wait your next lesson. Thank you for teaching.

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it was an interesting lesson to me I really enjoyed it and thanks to Gill :)

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How do i know about cockney speakers? if i have never been in England

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    You can hear them on films and on the internet :-)

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Great lesson . Happy with my quiz with 10! ;)

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Thank you Gill, Your lessons are really interesting.

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Thank you, Gill. This lesson was really interesting and helpful. Next time I go to London, it will be easire to catch local accents.

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Thank you Gill.

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It was a very interesting lesson . thank you

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thanks for this difficult lesson .i have not heard before about cockney accent and just today i relaizd why i could not understand most of English people when they talk between them.

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Thanks a lot, teacher Gill.

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you are great Gill

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I’m the one

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thanks a lot, teacher Gill

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Thank you a lot

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Dear teacher.
your teaching make me inspiring my learning english.The ords fail me to say thanks you.May god bless you.

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Hi Gill, thanks for the useful lesson. Actually, I ran into Are You Being Served? classic tv series on Youtube “Oh What à Tangled Web” episode. It cracks you up. Still, I’m having a hard time understanding Mr Harman (Arthur English) and his lines exchanges with Ms Brahm/ Ms Brahm’s lines. Could you help with their expressions? Fanks

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Fun fact: Brazilian Portuguese speakers often make pronunciation mistakes similar to the first (replacing the “th” sounds with either a “t” or a “d”), third (replacing non-initial “l” sounds with a “w”) and sixth (replacing “ing” sounds with either “in” or “in-g”) items of that list.

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Thank you very much Mrs. Gill. It was interesting.

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such a wonderful lesson I’d mention something that the “STR” it might be of the “T” is pronuncing like “CH” sound for example street would be schreet… and thnx

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Thank you for this lesson
Do we find cookney accent at the listening test in the IELTS ?

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Thank ye Gill for this amazing lesson

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Thank you very much

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thank you so much, Gill. Your lessons are brilliant. Greetings from Barcelona

Profile photo of Codelia Flyte Codelia Flyte

Thanks Gill! Very interesting review. In Russia we also have a few people with sort of “cockney speech”. Though here it’s considered as rather serious and rare speech defect – replacement of sound “L” by any others, particularly by sound “W”. Defectologists call it paralambdacism.The main reason for this abnormality is the defective anatomical structure of the vocal apparatus, namely a short hyoid frenum.

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