Scouse dialect

The aim of this form is to analyse Liverpool (Scouse) dialect as a sign of regional identity
Do you write e-mails or letters in Scouse or you use the standard English?
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yes always
standard english
Standard English.
just standard english
standard english cz dey probs wnt be able to understand it
i shorten wrds
scouSe
standard English
no
depends
scouse
Scouse
as a joke lolol.
scouse is only an accent, not a different language
Standerd English Lad
It depends who I'm writing to. If it's a friend I will use scouse, but if I am writing to a business or somebody I don't know I will use standard English.
No
Standard English
I do use a little bit, like, yeah!
no
no
depends
Standard English.
English.
standard English
english
All depends who the email or letter is for.
Both, depending on who I'm writing to, I only use scouse for friends.
I use standard English, with some Scouse words.
both
english
english
Standard english
bouth
it depends who they're to. i usually type in stnadard english
both
bit of both
standard english
Sometimes
Standard English with a few colloquialisms
depends who i am sending too
Formal Letters (English)
Sometimes, I use both depends who its to
No.
both
depends if im talking to a scouser or not
Standard English.
scouse of course :)
mainly standard english because i try but sometimes i write some scouse words
standard english
Sometimes, I tend to say "am" instead of "I'm" and "da" instead of "the" and "ya" instead of "you"....and so on.
I use standard english
scouse
standard english, informal texts to mates may use slang but thats usual.
i use text talk mostly, which is mostly scouse, but some are in standard english
no
i write them in scouse
i write, speak and think in scouse.
enlish
both
Standard English. Only because thats how i write in work. So on a computer, I always try and use like standard english larr.
Scouse (slang)
Depends who I am writing to and what the nature of the text is
Depends who I'm writing to
no
bit of both, it's all dependant whether the person is scouse
usually a mixture, but always containing scouse phrases
It depends who Im emailing, with friends i will use general slang, for professional purposes i will use full english.
Both! if im tierd like now! i will but in general no
standard
standard englishh
sometimes to my friends