1. : Trades Descriptions ActThe longer title Norfolk As How That Is Spook
- now abandoned - is completely flawed; for a
start, being inaccurate in two major respects
(apart from Thass) :-
ever bother with the word spoken.
but this is most probably a corruption
of "bread and board".
Up The City
2. : Up The Cii*There is no point in your continuing to read
unless you are fully prepared to "take on board"
(and very much to heart) the following matters:-
(like letter in fact)
(b) : NEVER substitute it with Town,
(c) : Don't declare an intention to go
(d) : " Up The City " has 2 distinct meanings
(e) : Norwich is not just a Fine City,
(g) : Don't perpetuate the myth that (all)
points (with total commitment), you will now be
fully entitled to . . . "Do Different" -
like the rest of us occard buggers.
Norfolkisms are in bold and italic type|
(and, hopefully, RED) :-
= pronunciation guidance.
Norfolk words written in a "standard" form are in
There is an important distinction between (h)
As mentioned later, dropped-aitches are
Virtually all the (t) or (tt) cases are replaced
with what is usually known as a "glottal stop".
Hyphen-a usually (See A.8), but by no means
Note : Where the following word begins
(*Not the Chartered Insurance Institute - sorry!)