[align=left]It is well known that Canadians speak the same language Americans and British people speak, which is of course English. But every country of those has its own dialect. Americans usually end their sentences with "huh?" and start it with "umm". While British people LOVE the word "bloody" and "mate" they have to add them into almost all their words. Canadians on the other hand love the word "eh" which is our lesson for today. Please, Americans back off and if you are reading this don't tell on us....lol [align=left]It has come to my attention that some people are having a tough time understanding Canadians. So I am going to run through a very brief translation of the Canadian dialect and hopefully ease some minds out there. "Eh" is a useful word that is very important and is the basis of all Canadian communications. It is used in conjunction with other words, or simply by itself. The tone or the slight difference in exclamations also changes the meaning. Eh= what did you say Eh?= what do you think EH?= something to say just to end a sentence Eh!!= !!WOW EH!??= what do you mean Eh??= your joking EH!!= Hello..you off in the distance Eh?= want a donut Eh!= sure Eh!Eh!= coffee double cream too please Eh?= what you say when you realize you have no money to pay for it Eh..cmon eh?= asking them to let you pay for it next time. hey..eh! = want to go to the drive in movie Eh...uhuh= yes sure Eh..y'know= Ill pick you up at 8 Eh..cmon!!= well thats early..but ok Ehh..whadya think eh?= marry me EHHH ehh EHHH ehh= babys first cry other usefel terms: hoser= a good friend.. take off!= you are kidding, no way, fly an airplane skates= what all canadians wear as first shoes lumberjack= something in our genes.. screech= a nice drink swish= a drink made from leftover screech barrels The Rock= Newfoundland Newfoundland= pronounced noofunlan Dory= Newfoundland cruise liner Toronto= pronounced Trawna Lake Ontario= where all sewers drain into Yukon= a drink Two Four= case of beer sixty pounder= large bottle of screech Over by= still havent deciphered that term yet So if you hear them talking like this: Hey..eh!!..cmon eh hoser! y'know take off EH?? umm err well hey ok eh it's friendly!