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Excerpt from Transactions of the Philological Society, 1903-1906
One difficulty of obtaining real dialect pronunciation is included in the fact that the peasantry throughout the country usually have two different pronunciations, one which they use to one another and one which they use to the educated. This difficulty, however, is chie y felt when the educated only get into occasional and superficial contact with the people, and, as I am inclined to believe, is considerably lessened through frequent intercourse and sincere attempts to share in their interests. For even if at first they try to speak more grander like, they will soon fall back on the idiom that is the most convenient to their organs of speech.
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