Which kind of dialectal/vernacular/jargon/slang speech is the most annoying in your native language?
What's the most irritating dialect of your native language?
What Guys Said 6
All the dialects in the north east of Switzerland (cantons of Thurgau, St. Gallen and Appenzell) are pretty ugly. And it's not just me who thinks so... according to a linguistic survey, the majority of the country thinks that way... except for the people who speak these dialects obviously ;-).1
I personally think the heavy New England accent is pretty harsh to hear.1
What Girls Said 6
I think every arab dialect has it's charm, the Egyptian one is romantic, the Lebanese/Syrian/Jordanian/Palestinian is soft the North African is more complicated to understand but I love it. I also like Arabian peninsula Dialects in general EXCEPT the ones who comes from the desert (the newbies), sometimes it makes my ears bleed.
BUUUT I hate it when Arabs who live in France/Europe try too hard, they deform the accent and they make my ears bleed as-well.1
(BTW I'm Korean) The fact that there's no different letters for f and p ; they're pronounced the same..
That goes for the pronounciation of r and l as well. This makes a lot of Koreans speaking English really hard to understand because I'm used to you know, native English speaking.1
If we count in all the dialects of Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian and Montenegrin languages, I think Serbian Ekavica (Ekavian dialect) is the most irritating, at least for me, and most of us Montenegrins.1