Bristol
Join guest blogger Natalie King on a linguistic trip to the not-yet-gentrified parts of London to explore the city's urban slang.
Some words unique to Singapore have recently been included in the OED.
While there are some similarities in dialect from town to town in Yorkshire, there are a few differences to be heard ‘an all’.
To date, region-specific pronunciations for words from 10 varieties of English have been added to the OED, namely Scottish, Irish, Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, South African, Caribbean, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysian, and Philippine English.
The woodlouse has had many different names, depending on which part of Britain you’re in: we take a look at some of the regional variations.
Street in Dublin
The language of Irish English