I was asked to when I got join Cockney
on stage believe it.
As long as I am in EastEnders I am going to try and keep it Cockney
," the actor adds.
Speaking at the Radio Times Festival, he said he recently used the term "Brady bunch" in the soap which is cockney
rhyming slang for lunch - but admits he sometimes makes words up which lead to people Googling them.
Sparrow, who was preparing to come back into training, began showing signs of colic on Monday.
is a member of the men's cross-country skiing team.
In particular, we were investigating why certain linguistic factors normally found within the Cockney
dialect were gradually entering into Glaswegian.
It is true that while the rhyming slang word 'brassic' is derived from 'boracic lint', the most accurate phonetic spelling of how the Cockneys
choose to pronounce it is in fact 'brassic'.
When are our Cockney
counterparts going to stop spending the lion's share of the country's wealth?
It used to be said a true Cockney
was born within earshot of the bells of St Mary-le-Bow church.
rhyming slang started in the East End in the 1840s among market traders.
was a symptom of Romantic fears about the booming metropolitan population.
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