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Category: non-nativisms

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most quoted re "non-nativisms": other (5), professors (2), spectie (2), Flammie (1), Anara (1)

other categories found with "non-nativisms": language (6), linguistics (5), provincialism (3), phonetics (3), alcohol (2)



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[link] heard: 1 June 2014
[edit] added: 4 June 2014

Inari: "Wait..."

Fran: "Are we in Finnish?"

Jonathan: "No, we're in English with Finnish pronunciation."

Tommi: "That's the bestest!"

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[link] heard: 17 April 2014
[edit] added: 18 April 2014

Fran: [həvjəgɔʔˈbɪː]

Cashier: "What's [bɪː]?"

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[link] heard: 1 February 2013
[edit] added: 1 February 2013

"So Korean dramas are all the rage in lots of countries in Asia. And in China, when they imitate this recurring phrase from the Korean dramas—[Korean...], ‘I love you’—because that's what they do in Korean dramas, they love each other—they repeat it with an affricate."

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[link] heard: 12 April 2012
[edit] added: 13 April 2012

"The Spanish speakers are all like ‘it's close enough—we'll just make a little phonological conversion chart: «insert a bunch of /ʒ/ and /ão/»’"

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[link] heard: 6 April 2012
[edit] added: 6 April 2012

(00:10:10) selimcan: oh, I have to make a small break and grep some coffee

"you know you've been coding too long when..."
caffeine, programming, puns, linux, sadness
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[link] heard: 17 September 2010
[edit] added: 17 September 2010

[Niko says something syntactically odd in English]

[Everyone pauses and frowns, including Niko]

Niko: "Eh, L9 interference."

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[link] heard: 6 November 2007
[edit] added: 6 November 2007

"If they wanted it to be pronounced [latkəz], they should've spelled it ‘lutkers’."

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[link] heard: 15 May 2007
[edit] added: 15 May 2007

Chuck: "There's Low German forms, Middle High German forms, Upper High German forms, and even Anglo-Frisian forms. This is weird!"

Derek: "Maybe a non-native speaker wrote it."

Chuck: "Or they had some pretty heavy stuff back then."

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[link] heard: 26 March 2007
[edit] added: 26 March 2007

Jurgen: "So I don't mess it up, how do you pronounce your name?"

Dan: "Dan."

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[link] heard: 18 March 2007
[edit] added: 18 March 2007

"But in America, there are lots of—how do you call them?—homosexuals."

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[link] heard: 18 February 2007
[edit] added: 19 February 2007

"Let me tell you, Chuck-for-the-buck is the best."

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[link] heard: 29 January 2007
[edit] added: 11 February 2007

"Kazakh is sweet piece of cake comparing to Russian.. Russian is even more harder than English..."

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