Date: Sun, 25 Jan 1998 02:21:08 PST


Subject: Re: Survey help again

1. He doesn't knows his wife's phone number - not Aust. English.

2. Give me tens dollar - not Aust. English.

3. He waiting for ten minutes before he left - not Aust. English.

4. At least he knew you have a phone - not Aust. English (although I have

heard it said. I would say, "At least he knew you had a phone" or "At

least he knows you have a phone").

5. He likes a-hunting - not Aust. English.

6. 'preach' rhymes with 'latch' - not Aust. English

7. 'pen' rhymes with 'bun' - not Aust. English

8. 'thick' is pronounced like 'sick' - not Aust. English, unles you have a


9. 'thing' rhymes with 'bong' - not Aust. English

10.'math' rhymes with 'cad' - not Aust. English

11. I don't be eat that stuff - not Aust. English.

12. I want coming with - not Aust. English.

13. The principal in his office yesterday - not Aust. English.

14. There are five kids in them family - not Aust. English.

15. He done sell all that - not Aust. English.


Sonja L. Lanehart

Department of English My office: (706) 542-2260

Park Hall ENG office/message: (706) 542-1261

University of Georgia Fax: (706) 542-2181

Athens, GA 30602-6205 E-mail: lanehart[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]