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    Estuary English

    Hi there...I wonder if anyone could introduce me any coursebook serie based on Estuary English, or at least name some reliable sources for class activities...Ta!

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    Re: Estuary English

    "Estuary English" is the kind of English you will hear in Essex. It is not a separate dialect, but more closely an accent. It has generally been regarded as vulgar in form and sound.

    Estuary English

    Many "reality TV" stars speak in this way.

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