This chapter discusses the grammar of Birmingham and the Black Country. Topics covered include numerals and determiners; nouns; pronouns; adjectives and adverbs; prepositions; conjunctions; main verb systems; and aspect and mood. The chapter concludes that while Birmingham and Black Country grammar is not immune to contact with other varieties, it does, however preserve some very distinctive local structures across the generations.
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