GRAMMAR

Nagoya-ben

Nagoya-ben is a typical dialect of Aichi-ken. But east Aichi-ken, people speaks different diarect called Mikawa-ben.
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sentence-final particle "yo" => "ni / yo"
oishii yo => oishii ni , yokatta yo => yokatta ni , itta yo => itta ni
negative-form "nai" => "sen"
nomanai => nomasen , tabenai => tabesen , konakatta => koosenkatta
nai => arasen , shinai => seesen
"nakutemo ii" => "ndemo ee"
kawanakutemo ii => kawandemo ee , konakutemo ii => kondemo ee
shinakutemo ii => sendemo ee
"te kudasai" => "te chou"
kaite kudasai => kaitechou , kite kudasai => kite chou
"naide kudasai" => "ntoite chou"
ikanaide kudasai => ikantoite chou
"kara / node" => "de / monde"
ugoku kara => ugoku (mon)de , atsui kara => atsui (mon)de
"node dame da" => "de kan"
Amai mono wa futoru node dame da => Amai mono wa futoru de kan
aspect "te iru" => "toru" , "te ita" => "totta"
nete iru => netoru , sunde ita => sundotta
aspect "te shimau" => "te mau"
nete shimatta => nete matta
"te mite" => "te mi"
tabete mite => tabete mi , mite mite => mite mi
masu-form + "shou" => volitional-form + "mai"
souji-shima shou => souji-shiyo mai , mata ikima shou => mata iko mai
"ku naru" => "naru" , "ku suru" => "suru"
ookiku natta => ooki natta , yasuku shite => yasu shite
naku natta => nou natta , yokunatta => you natta
"saa" => "you"
watashi saa => watashi you , kinou saa => kinou you
sentence-final particle "wa" (feminine word) => "wa" (men and women)
owatta wa => owattawa

PRACTICE
Read Standard JapaneseInput into Nagoya-ben
[EX] Kore mo oishii yo.
[Q1] Hon wa motte konakutemo ii yo.
[Q2] Kinou dare mo konakatta.
[Q3] Tsukareta kara, nete shimatta.
[Q4] Mata kite kudasai.
[Q5] Sore wa tsukawanaide kudasai.
[Q6] Sorosoro tabemashou.
[Q7] Zutto benkyou-shite ita.

WORDS
(tsukarete) tsurai => erai , kusuguttai => kosobayui , mou ii => maa ee , takusan => youke , suteru => hokaru , kagi o kakeru => kagi o kau , ka ni sasareru => ka ni kuwareru , o-kane o kuzusu => o-kane o kowasu , biri => dobe , jitensha => ketta , gakkou no yasumi-jikan => houka