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Somerset Lingo Quiz - The Answers!



A wren perched on a branch. Used as an example of Somerset dialect.
A beautiful wren, common at Marsh Farm Glamping!

If you've read the post on visiting Somerset and learning the lingo, and attempted the short but utterly befuddling quiz, then here are the answers - how many did you get right???


HINT: Now that's a gurt lush titty-todger.. right there...


An arrow pointing at a picture of a wren.

Q

That there’s a gurt lush titty-todger.

A

That is a lovely, big wren over there.

Q

Alright me luvver, getting a bit dimpsey round the Tor baint it?

A

Hello mate, the light is fading around Glastonbury Tor isn't it?

Q

I’m g’woam – he’s had too much zyder and is proper begrumpled.

A

I'm going home - he's had too much cider and is really cross.

Q

Ark at ee – din I say he’s feeling bobbish

A

Ooh! Get him! Didn't I say he was in a good mood!

Q

Me ol mucker bin agon gallivantin agen

A

My old mate's gone off gallivanting away from home again.

Q

Diddee see the buzzies in the bog house?

A

Did you see the flies in the loo?

Q

Yer uz be - zackly whirr um spunkies be.

A

Here we are - exactly where them Will-O-The-Wisps are.


Let me know how many you got right, and if you want me to set another, more challenging quiz!


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