Don't-levelling (or Don't-leveling) is a feature of some variants or dialects of English in which the auxiliary verb form doesn't that would be used in Standard English is replaced by don't (he don't like it). Although it is found in many dialects, it is widely regarded as incorrect and would be marked as such in examinations.
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Grammar Topic: Varieties and Dialects
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