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  • Apr 17, 2012
  • 01:15 PM

Watton man teaches Norfolk dialect to students in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Richard Batson / Norwich Evening News
The sound of Norfolk dialect has been troshing around the tearbles of a school room. But the “larnin” about mawkins, dickeys and squit has not been among the fields and flint buildings of the language’s homeland. It has been amid palm trees and skyscrapers 3000 miles away in Saudi Arabia.

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