E4: He’s really big getting.
E5: He’s dead angry getting.
Q37: That’s o’er big a bit for me.
Q11: It was eight pound.
Q12: It’s ten mile away.
Q13: I’ve no seen him in fifteen year!
Q15: That’s seven long mile from here.
Q14: He could put away seven or eight pint in one sitting.
Q5: There’s too much people here.
Q6: No one got as much presents as him.
Northern subject rule
A12: My neighbours goes there all the time.
A13: They goes there for a drink every Friday.
A17: They never was that happy together.
A29: Was your neighbours having a party?
A3: Some folk was queuing up outside.
A4: They was happy to help.
A57: Me and my pal was here first.
A58: They was just sitting in the cupboard anyway.
A59: Even the bigger shops was quiet.
A8: Some folk doesnae like chocolate.
A9: They doesnae argue much these days.
A1: You was supposed to meet me at your hoose.
A2: We was waiting for ages.
A38: Aye, there were a man at the door earlier.
D3: I’m just after speaking to him.
D4: No he’s just after one.
D23: If I had’ve seen her I would have waved.
D5: He might’ve no have left yet
D7: What should’ve he have bought instead.
D8: Whit should’ve we said to them?
D1: I’m no been there in a while.
D35: We’re had our lunch already.
D36: I’m been there twice since April.
J10: You used to could get the papers at the shop on the corner.
J14: Will you can meet me at six?
J2: He might can help you next week.
J20: Why would I might know him?
J3: They must could see us at some point.
J4: He must can swim, I see him at the pool all the time.
J7: He’ll can do it next week.
D11: I would rather made dinner masel.
D12: I would only been about two at the time.
D14: There been a lot of rain this week.
D15: He was seen taken away by the police.
D25: I think there a man outside.
I3: They bought a hoose, and him no even in work at the time!
O36: He was smaller nor I expected.
P1: He’s a nice guy but.
For to infinitives
J21: I’ll put the heater on for to dry your jaiket.
J22: You’re no allowed for to park on the main road.
J23: I’ve got a new phone for to play with.
T1: See him next door, I can’t stand him.
O30: I met Jim Smith, that comes fae Inverness, the other day.
O40: That’s the guy bumped into me earlier.
K1: He hid aie a dram in him.
K3: We had jist on wir jerseys as well.
C10: I’ve a copy of that at home.
C11: I’ve the film you’re talking about at home.
C12: I’ve that photo on my wall now.
C13: We’ve a copy of that at home.
C4: I haven’t to go back until September.
C5: I haven’t any money on me.
C6: I haven’t that one with me.
C7: We hadn’t a lot of rain last week.
C9: I haven’t steak that often.
C1: Have you one of these as well?
C2: Have you any money for the meter?
C3: Have you that charger with you?
C8: Had we a lot of snow last Christmas?
H1: Gonnae turn the volume doon!
H10: Mere you over here and let us see it!
H11: Get that watched, it’s brilliant.
H14: Calm ye doon, it’s no that bad.
H2: Gonnae you leave us alane!
H4: Wantae you leave me alane!
H6: Come awa you over here and I’ll fix your shoes.
H8: Away you over there and behave!
H9: Mon you over here for a photie!
O1: I asked was he here for long.
O2: I’m trying to remember where did I leave my keys.
O42: I asked is he here for long.
O43: I don’t remember what did I get last time.
O44: I don’t remember what one did I get last time.
H7: Go you over there!
O3: Take you a peerie sweetie,
O45: Whaar bides she noo?
O46: When giens she awa again?
O49: Say dey we should bring wine?
Locative Discovery Expressions:
D22: There it’s there!
D26: Here it’s here!
D28: Here I’m here!
D29: There I’m there!
D31: There’s it!
D32: There’s him!
D33: There’s them!
D19: Here it’s!
D21: There it’s!
D27: There I’m!
D30: Here I’m!
Q38: Take a look at this photos and tell us whit one’s the best.
Q40: I’ve got they shoes as well.
Q41: I like them books.
Q42: Yon tree’s grown a lot.
Q43: Thon tree’s grown a lot.
Q44: Yon boys are always oot playing football.
Q46: I’ve got the cold again.
Q7: He has to go to the hospital.
Q8: I’m going to my bed.
Q9: I’ve had my dinner already.
M1: He got something in his een!
M2: You have to take off your sheen at the door.
Q18: I got a big yin so we can share.
Q23: I liked the yin wi Jack Nicholson.
Q16: I’m aff to meet himself later.
Q17: So apparently himself is joining us for dinner.
Q2: I huvnae met any other body from school in ages.
Q28: We’ll take wir brollies just in case.
Q29: Wir brollies were useless in that wind.
Q30: I saw youse from across the street earlier but you didnae see me.
Q32: Did ee like it at a’?
Q35: He looked at hissel in the mirror a lot.
Q36: They’re always feeling sorry for theirsels.
B14: Hurry up, I’ve putten your dinner out.
B5: I would’ve came along just for the cakes!
B6: They’ve went home already.
B7: The waiter has forgot about us.
B1: I seen that last week aye.
B10: He jamp in after it!
B15: They telt me to call back later.
B16: I selt it ages ago.
B17: I gied him a wee present last year.
B18: He teached his dog how to shut the door.
B19: He catched a cold the other day.
B2: I done that the other day.
B20: He come by the other day.
B21: He swum the Channel for Children in Need.
B4: Somebody sung that at the karaoke last week.
B8: That one costit me a tenner.
B9: I hut my head on the shelf.
A39: I’m wanting to be at the station for one.
A40: I’m needing a cup of tea after that
A41: I’m thinking he’ll be late in this weather.
A42: I’m doubting it’ll be a problem.
A43: I’m forgetting that you don’t have milk in your tea.
A44: I’m forgetting your name.
A46: Are you mindin that we’re goin oot the night?
A47: Are you rememberin where we’re parked?
A49: I’m no understanding what you’re saying.
A50: I’m liking your new haircut.
A51: I’m loving your new jacket.
A52: I’m hearing you’re home this weekend.
A53: I’m no intending to leave until ten o’clock.
A54: I’m no caring how daft it looks.
A55: I’m knowing how to get there.
A56: I’m seein you’ve got a new car.
N30: I amn’t ready!
N31: I’m coming with you, amn’t I?
S1: So he is.
S2: Neither he is, I’m thinking of someone else.
S3: It’s a lovely day, so it is.
S4: It’s no a very nice day, neither it is.
D16: I div like a scone!
N11: Naw I’m urnae!
U1: Aye he can that.
U3: Aye he will that.
N20: She’s coming for dinner next week, int she?
N21: She gets a paper every morning, dint she?
N22: She was there early, wint she?
N23: She’s been there before, hint she?
N26: Hint she been there before?
N28: Wint she here earlier?
N34: Wint it just a lovely day!
N38: There’s nothin like a cup of tea, int there no?
D39: I’dna seen her for years.
D40: I’vena been there before.
D41: We’rena going to catch it now.
N10: He willnae be bothered.
N12: I umnae ready.
N15: Urnae you fed up of moving about?
N18: Willnae he be angry?
N19: Dinnae we get a shot?
N4: Brian isnae like that.
N5: He wisnae there.
N53: Cannae I get a shot?
N57: I dunnoo like coffee.
N58: Brian isnoo like that.
N6: I dinnae like coffee.
N60: He winna be bothered.
N7: I didnae like it all.
N8: I huvnae been there before.
N39: I cannae see nothin.
N40: I cannae see nothin naewhere.
N41: I didnae see it naewhere.
N42: There wisnae naebody outside.
N43: There wisnae naebody naewhere.
N44: There wisnae naebody anywhere.
N45: There wisnae anybody naewhere.
N46: I didnae see nae shoes.
N47: I didnae see nothin like that.
N48: They’ll no have nothin like that.
N49: They don’t sell nothin like that.
N50: I hardly bought nothing.
N51: He doesnae stay here no more.
N52: Nane of the singers was nae good!
N1: I never saw you.
N2: He’s never oot his bed yet.
N37: I cannae no see them.
S8: We were stuck in traffic for ages, were we?
D10: I na been there afore.
D18: I daa ken.
D38: I caa mind his name.
D9: I na want to be late.
G10: Turn on the telly til we hear the news.
G12: His dad was Govan as well.
G15: I got that one off of my pal.
G4: Do you have anything to wipe up that with?
G5: Nearly all of them were closed wi the council.
G6: We were all petrified frae him.
G7: I got that one off my pal.
G8: They’ll be finished or that time.
G9: I said til her I’d see her later on.
Q10: I’ll have a wee drap soup.
H13: Put It down there eh!
O13: You have milk in your tea, eh?
O15: You’ve no seen the new Star Wars film, eh no?
O16: Naebody liked that one, eh no?
O17: Eh you’re leaving?
O18: Eh you’re no ready to leave?
O41: Sure Jim’s fae Inverness?
O10: How do you think that?
O11: How do you think he’s doing that?
O12: What did you get all for Christmas?
O19: What like was the weather?
O21: Where were you about?
O24: Whit fur did ye dae that?
O24: She told me what fine these pies were, and where you could get them.
O26: Fit a folk was there!
O27: Fan ye gaan there?
O31: Whatna tea is this?
O32: Whatten bonnie garden!
O33: Fitna wye dae ye want tae ging there?
O34: Fa belongs the car outside?
O7: How can I no come in?
Verbs and Arguments:
F1: Could you gie me a len of your pen?
F2: Have you made a visit to the dentists yet?
F3: She’ll no gie him a dance!
F4: I’ll gie him a look-in.
F5: The kettle’s no through the bile yet.
F6: Gie it a skelp!
B23: I’m finished my soup now.
B24: Are you done your dinner yet?
E1: His van needs washed.
E2: That baby wants fed.
E3: Most teddies like cuddled.
E6: Sounds like the dog wants out.
V1: You promised me to be here early!
That’s NP been
I1: That’s him been sacked again.
I2: That’s there been rain every day this week.
R1: There’s something fallen down the sink.
R2: There are some other people been seated already.
R4: There’s some idiot smashed the window.
G1: I’ll away up the road.
G14: On your shoes, we’re gaan out.
G2: Before I’m even finished speakin, he ons his coat and storms oot!