GRAMMAR

Hiroshima-ben

Hirohima-ben is a typical dialect of Chugoku region. East Hiroshima-ken, people speaks different dialect.
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"da" => "ja"
genki da => genki ja , hima datta ra => hima jatta ra
Nihon-jin dakedo => Nihon-jin jakedo
negative-form + "nai" => negative-form + "n"
nomanai => noman , tabenai => taben , shinai => seehen
te-form + "te kudasai" => masu-form + "n sai"
kaite kudasai => kakin sai , nonde kudasai => nomin sai
negative-form + "de kudasai" => masu-form + "n sanna"
kakanaide kudasai => kakin sanna , nomanaide kudasai => nomin sanna
action verbs te-form + "iru" => masu-form + "yoru"
ima nonde iru => ima nomi yoru , benkyou-shite iru => benkyou-shi yoru
state verbs te-form + "iru" => masu-form + "toru"
aite iru => ai toru , kowarete iru => koware toru
"te ageru" => "charu" , "de ageru" => "jaru"
oshiete ageru => oshiecharu , erande ageru => eranjaru
verb "atta" => verb "outa"
moratta => morouta , katta => kouta , atta => outa
"te shimatta" => "te shimouta"
owatte shimatta => owatte shimouta
"temo ii" => "temo ee"
yasundemo ii => yasundemo ee
"to omou" => "omou"
takai to omou => takai omou , Nihon-jin da to omou => Nihon-jin ja omou
"ni iku" => "iku"
kai ni iku => kai iku , nomi ni iku => nomi iku
imperative "yo" => "ya"
ie yo => ie ya , shiro yo => see ya

PRACTICE
Read Standard JapaneseInput into Hiroshima-ben
[EX] Junbi-shiro yo.
[Q1] Kyou mo ame da ne.
[Q2] Asobi ni ikanai?
[Q3] Benkyou-shinai to omou.
[Q4] Mada tabete iru.
[Q5] Isoganaide kudasai.
[Q6] Nichiyoubi dakara, asobi ni iku.