Example sentences for: dialect

How can you use “dialect” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • If one hears the old Sussex dialect at all now it is usually found in the rural hinterland of the county between Battle (of 1066 fame) and Health-field, or that fine open stretch of country twixt Chichester and Midhurst.

  • It is a distinct language--not a dialect, not nonstandard speech--called "ebonics" (a combination of "ebony," meaning "black," and "phonics").

  • And they're speaking a dialect of English that's distinctly similar--a precursor, in fact--to ours.

  • Strangers listening to any of the Scottish dialects will soon realize that they are as replete with gutturals as any Teutonic dialect.

  • History never stands still; and this had reduced my Unitedkingdomese dialect to the status of being a bizarre provincial brogue.

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