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WEP was formed in 2006 and the group aims to understand regional differences in English across our state – including its distinct vocabulary, pronunciations, idioms and ethnic influences, among other things.
There really is such a thing as Sconnie speak, dontcha know. Our Wisconsin dialect has mainly been influenced by the northern and central European language family.
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And because of this northern European influence, we tend to drop the “th” and replace it with a “d” – creating words like dis, dat, dem, dere, dese or dose.
Here’s one that I’m not really a fan of, but that you hear often around here, and especially at a greasy spoon dinner.
If you are looking for a welcoming and energetic group, you are invited to join us!! Instructions are here, after you become a member of our group.
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