"innit", Is this lazy English or yobs' English?
I've taken it as 'isn't it?' when I first heard of it. Now I'm not sure - I just noticed some people say it as "can't we?" or "don't you?" etc. I just wonder what it would sound like when spoken by a non-native English speaker. I don't want to sound 'mindless' while speaking English.@Mark : According to your answer - 'innit' sounds like something I wouldn't ever like to say, but honestly I felt very femiliar with 'innit'. I don't know why.. maybe because I like speaking dialect? I feel bored when I speak the standard language, as I'm a lot more fun when I speak dialect. Thank you! :)
By the way, "yobo" sounds like the Korean word, you might know it? :P
@Peachey : I feel very comfortable and familiar with English...when I drink a bottle of Soju! It sounds sharp even to my ears, but I still like it. Thank you! :)
@Jura : Thank you as always! :)