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方言, ほうげん

  • hōgen


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • dialect

Examples of 方言,ほうげん in a Sentence

What we call 'Standard English' is only one of the many dialects spoken all over the world.
Tom always makes fun of John because of his dialect.
Strictly speaking, Chinese consists of hundreds of dialects.
The linguist is quite familiar with the dialect.
The linguist is fluent in several Chinese dialects.
We must draw attention to the distribution of this form in those dialects.
This is a poem written in Scottish dialect.
They were speaking in a Southern dialect.
It's hard to catch words in the Osakan dialect.

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