DT Results

Ottawa Valley - Regional Summary (including Null Responses)

You have selected Regional Report for Ottawa Valley. Below are tables of the results for all 76 questions (with parts), followed by personal statistics (age, sex, etc.). Results are tabulated from the highest percentage to the lowest.

Statistics


1. Which do you say?
Our house is very different to yours.
Our house is very different than yours.
Our house is very different from yours.

ValuePercent
Count
different from61.7%
420
different than29.4%
200
different to3.2%
22
Our house is very different from yours.2.8%
19
(No response)1.8%
12
Our House is very different than yours.1.2%
8
TOTAL100%
681


2. What do you call the upholstered piece of furniture that 3 or 4 people sit on in the living room?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
2. [couch]45.5%
310
1. [chesterfield]32.3%
220
3. [sofa]15.3%
104
sofa, couch1%
7
(No response)0.9%
6
chesterfield, couch0.6%
4
5. [settee]0.4%
3
couch, sofa0.4%
3
couche0.3%
2
sofa, chesterfield0.3%
2
lazyboy chair0.1%
1
sopha0.1%
1
couch, used to say chesterfield0.1%
1
coutch0.1%
1
seat cushion0.1%
1
loveseat0.1%
1
couch, futon0.1%
1
sofa or chesterfield0.1%
1
couch, chesterfield0.1%
1
davenport, chesterfield, sofa0.1%
1
chesterfield, sofa0.1%
1
sofa, sometimes chesterfield0.1%
1
chesterfield, setee0.1%
1
davenport, couch0.1%
1
chesterfield, sofa, couch0.1%
1
sofa, divan0.1%
1
coach0.1%
1
couch, seti0.1%
1
couch, sofa, chesterfield0.1%
1
chesterfield, couch, sofa0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


3. What do you call the piece of furniture where you keep your socks, underwear, and other clothing?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.[dresser]67.4%
459
2.[chest of drawers]7.9%
54
4.[bureau]5.1%
35
drawer4.3%
29
(No response)2.1%
14
drawers2.1%
14
dresser drawer0.7%
5
chest of drawers, dresser0.7%
5
3.[wardrobe]0.6%
4
chest0.6%
4
dresser, chest of drawers0.6%
4
dresser, bureau0.4%
3
hamper0.4%
3
cupboard0.4%
3
closet0.3%
2
chess of drawers0.3%
2
Dresser Drawers0.3%
2
chiffonier, chest of drawers0.1%
1
high-boy0.1%
1
desk0.1%
1
drawrers0.1%
1
the dresser drawer0.1%
1
dresser, armoir, chest of drawers0.1%
1
chest drawers0.1%
1
cabinet0.1%
1
bureau, dresser0.1%
1
high boy0.1%
1
chester drawers0.1%
1
dressing table0.1%
1
dresser draw0.1%
1
chiffoniere0.1%
1
ladies- dresser, mens- chest of drawers0.1%
1
dresser, highboy0.1%
1
sideboard0.1%
1
desse0.1%
1
clothes cabinet0.1%
1
chesterdrawer0.1%
1
tallboy0.1%
1
my first drawer0.1%
1
sock drawer0.1%
1
chest of drawers or dressing case0.1%
1
chest o' drawers0.1%
1
armoire, dresser, sideboard0.1%
1
chest of draws0.1%
1
dreeser0.1%
1
highboy0.1%
1
Hi Boy (high boy)0.1%
1
chested drawers0.1%
1
bureau, highboy0.1%
1
dresser-drawer0.1%
1
armoir0.1%
1
clothes cupboard0.1%
1
commode0.1%
1
chest drawers, dresser0.1%
1
chester drawer0.1%
1
cubbord0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


4. What do you call the knob you turn to get water in a sink?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.[tap]73.1%
498
2.[faucet]14.2%
97
(No response)2.2%
15
knob1.6%
11
tap, faucet1.2%
8
taps0.7%
5
fawcett0.6%
4
handle0.6%
4
faucet, tap0.4%
3
faucett0.3%
2
fauset0.3%
2
fawcet0.1%
1
switch knob0.1%
1
faset0.1%
1
facuet0.1%
1
plug0.1%
1
left0.1%
1
faucet handle0.1%
1
water tab0.1%
1
hot, cold0.1%
1
facet0.1%
1
deck faucet0.1%
1
knob, cold0.1%
1
I turn on the tap with the nob.0.1%
1
tap, faucett0.1%
1
champleure0.1%
1
foset0.1%
1
tap handle0.1%
1
kitchen taps0.1%
1
faucette0.1%
1
tap, facet0.1%
1
sink knob0.1%
1
fossit0.1%
1
fawsett0.1%
1
valve0.1%
1
water tap0.1%
1
facett0.1%
1
hand knob0.1%
1
fausit0.1%
1
tape0.1%
1
fosset0.1%
1
What is a tap0.1%
1
sink tap0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


5. What do you call the knob you turn to get water outdoors or in the garden?
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ValuePercent
Count
1.[tap]64.2%
437
hose7.3%
50
2.[faucet]6.2%
42
(No response)5.7%
39
outside tap4.7%
32
knob1.2%
8
outdoor tap0.7%
5
valve0.6%
4
taps0.6%
4
hose tap0.4%
3
faucet, tap0.4%
3
nozzle0.4%
3
water tap0.3%
2
sprinkler0.3%
2
tape0.3%
2
tap, faucet0.3%
2
handle0.3%
2
faucett0.1%
1
the spray0.1%
1
tape and hose0.1%
1
another tap0.1%
1
sprikler, garden hose0.1%
1
fossit0.1%
1
water hose, sprinkler0.1%
1
tap, sprinkler0.1%
1
3.[spigot]0.1%
1
outdoor faucet0.1%
1
doorknob0.1%
1
shut off valve0.1%
1
inside tap0.1%
1
tap handle0.1%
1
garden hose0.1%
1
hose stand0.1%
1
spiket0.1%
1
spiget0.1%
1
pump handle0.1%
1
champleure0.1%
1
gun0.1%
1
garden tap0.1%
1
water faucet0.1%
1
pump0.1%
1
What I also call a0.1%
1
faucett or tap0.1%
1
fawcett0.1%
1
hose thing0.1%
1
hose-knob0.1%
1
fawcet0.1%
1
boot tap0.1%
1
tap, hose0.1%
1
switch the H2O knob0.1%
1
tab0.1%
1
hose faucet0.1%
1
nozzel0.1%
1
fausit0.1%
1
facet0.1%
1
tap outside0.1%
1
hose knob0.1%
1
g.d. tap0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


6. What do you call the small cloth you use for washing your face?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
2.[face cloth]69.8%
475
1.[wash cloth]25.3%
172
cloth1.2%
8
(No response)0.4%
3
face clothe0.4%
3
flannel0.3%
2
face cloth, wash cloth0.3%
2
3.[wash rag]0.1%
1
dish cloth0.1%
1
facecloth, washcloth0.1%
1
worch cloth0.1%
1
washcloth, facecloth0.1%
1
debarbouillette0.1%
1
wash cloth, face cloth0.1%
1
face towel0.1%
1
fash cloth0.1%
1
wash cloths0.1%
1
facecloth0.1%
1
washing cloth0.1%
1
wash rag, face cloth0.1%
1
What is a face cloth0.1%
1
washclothe0.1%
1
towel0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


7. Does the first part of RADIATOR rhyme with glad or glade?

ValuePercent
Count
2.[ade]61.2%
417
1.[ad]38%
259
(No response)0.7%
5
TOTAL100%
681


8. For you, does VASE rhyme with face, days, cause, or has?

ValuePercent
Count
3.[ause]37.4%
255
2.[ays]36.4%
248
1.[ace]22.8%
155
4.[as]1.9%
13
days, cause0.4%
3
(No response)0.3%
2
face, days0.3%
2
face, cause0.1%
1
face if cheap ordinary, cause if expensive museum type ancie0.1%
1
none0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


9. Does the last half of GARAGE sound more like badge or lodge?

ValuePercent
Count
1.[adge]69.3%
472
2.[odge]27.9%
190
(No response)1.2%
8
neither0.3%
2
mirage0.3%
2
taj as in taj mahal0.1%
1
azh0.1%
1
neither (soft a and j)0.1%
1
azure0.1%
1
both0.1%
1
massage0.1%
1
ahj0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


10. Does ROOF rhyme with 'aloof'?
Yes
No

ValuePercent
Count
1.[yes]84%
572
2.[no]15%
102
(No response)1%
7
TOTAL100%
681


11. Does ROOF rhyme with 'hoof'?
Yes
No

ValuePercent
Count
1.[yes]75.2%
512
2.[no]22.9%
156
(No response)1.9%
13
TOTAL100%
681


12a. Do you have the same or different names for these decks at the front of a house that the steps are attached to? What do you call them?

a small platform with a few steps coming down from it.

________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.porch19.7%
134
6.deck13.5%
92
(No response)10.1%
69
3.steps9.3%
63
4.stoop9%
61
front steps5.1%
35
2.step5%
34
5.veranda4.1%
28
landing4%
27
front step3.5%
24
platform2.5%
17
7.patio1.6%
11
verandaH1.2%
8
stairs1.2%
8
entrance0.9%
6
doorstep0.4%
3
door step0.4%
3
varanda0.4%
3
front porch0.4%
3
back step0.3%
2
step, deck0.3%
2
gallery0.3%
2
balcony0.3%
2
entrance way0.3%
2
verhanda0.3%
2
front or back step0.1%
1
stair0.1%
1
porch, landing0.1%
1
porch, step0.1%
1
portch0.1%
1
stoop,porch0.1%
1
walk0.1%
1
porth0.1%
1
gallerie0.1%
1
front or back porch0.1%
1
front stair0.1%
1
outside step0.1%
1
stairs at the entrance0.1%
1
few steps0.1%
1
gallary0.1%
1
flight0.1%
1
walkway0.1%
1
sundeck0.1%
1
entrance to house0.1%
1
front steps, deck0.1%
1
deck, platform0.1%
1
front steps, back steps0.1%
1
doorway0.1%
1
veranda front0.1%
1
deck stairs0.1%
1
front entrance, walkway0.1%
1
step, platform0.1%
1
steps with a landing0.1%
1
fromt step0.1%
1
clothesline steps0.1%
1
front stairs/steps0.1%
1
back steps or front steps0.1%
1
viranda0.1%
1
doorstep, porch0.1%
1
top of the stairs0.1%
1
step down0.1%
1
porch, verandah0.1%
1
stair, deck0.1%
1
side deck0.1%
1
porch, stoop0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


12b. a bigger one with a railing and a roof over it.
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.porch43.2%
294
5.veranda15.7%
107
verandah9.5%
65
6.deck9.1%
62
(No response)7.6%
52
7.patio1.5%
10
front porch1%
7
entrance0.9%
6
4.stoop0.7%
5
balcony0.7%
5
3.steps0.7%
5
stairs0.4%
3
pourch0.4%
3
veranda, porch0.4%
3
gallery0.4%
3
porch, deck0.4%
3
porch, veranda0.3%
2
platform0.3%
2
vestibule0.3%
2
landing0.3%
2
verranda0.3%
2
portch0.3%
2
sun room0.3%
2
verhanda0.3%
2
gazebo0.3%
2
verandha0.1%
1
big deck0.1%
1
covered verandah0.1%
1
back porch0.1%
1
stairwell0.1%
1
entrance way0.1%
1
front porch `0.1%
1
sunporch0.1%
1
alcove0.1%
1
garage0.1%
1
deck, verandah0.1%
1
veranda at back0.1%
1
gazibo0.1%
1
covered porch0.1%
1
shed0.1%
1
patio0.1%
1
sun porch0.1%
1
porch, canopy0.1%
1
portico0.1%
1
portch, stoop0.1%
1
front steps0.1%
1
car port0.1%
1
terrace0.1%
1
selter0.1%
1
varanda0.1%
1
poarch0.1%
1
covered deck0.1%
1
gallerie0.1%
1
enclosed porch0.1%
1
entry0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


12c. a covered one extending along the front of the house.
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
5.veranda27.6%
188
1.porch26.7%
182
verandah19.2%
131
(No response)8.4%
57
6.deck4.3%
29
sun porch1.9%
13
7.patio1%
7
verhanda0.6%
4
balcony0.6%
4
sun room0.6%
4
front porch0.6%
4
porch, veranda0.4%
3
gallery0.4%
3
front verandah0.3%
2
3.steps0.3%
2
varanda0.3%
2
portch0.3%
2
veranda0.3%
2
porch0.3%
2
sundeck0.3%
2
4.stoop0.3%
2
platform0.3%
2
summer kitchen0.1%
1
porch, gally0.1%
1
porch, verandah0.1%
1
veranda, porch0.1%
1
car port0.1%
1
pourch0.1%
1
porch, deck0.1%
1
vernadah0.1%
1
screened-in porch0.1%
1
stepping stones0.1%
1
entryway0.1%
1
porch or veranda0.1%
1
verrnada0.1%
1
gallerie0.1%
1
walkway0.1%
1
sun porch (room)0.1%
1
verandha0.1%
1
deck, verandah0.1%
1
varhanda0.1%
1
walk0.1%
1
beranda0.1%
1
awning0.1%
1
covered in porch0.1%
1
front veranda0.1%
1
screened in porch0.1%
1
extension0.1%
1
stairs0.1%
1
canope0.1%
1
verranda0.1%
1
front deck0.1%
1
extended coverd porch0.1%
1
viranda0.1%
1
walk way0.1%
1
a closed in porch0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


13. Does SOOT, as in 'chimney soot', rhyme with foot or boot?

ValuePercent
Count
1.[ut]77.1%
525
2.[oot]21.6%
147
(No response)1%
7
neither0.1%
1
sut0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


14. What do you call the garment you wear over pajamas?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
2.[housecoat]58.9%
401
4.[robe]13.7%
93
1.[dressing gown]9.4%
64
3.[bathrobe]6.3%
43
(No response)2.5%
17
5.[kimono]1.8%
12
kimona0.7%
5
comona0.4%
3
night coat0.3%
2
trousers0.3%
2
clothes0.3%
2
housecoat, bathrobe0.3%
2
housecoat, robe0.3%
2
housecoat (women), kimona (men)0.1%
1
dressing gown or kimono0.1%
1
houserobe0.1%
1
robe de chambre0.1%
1
nightgowne0.1%
1
a moomoo0.1%
1
underwear0.1%
1
the top0.1%
1
duster0.1%
1
coat0.1%
1
dressing gown, kimono0.1%
1
shirt0.1%
1
commona0.1%
1
house coat, kimono0.1%
1
morning coat0.1%
1
night gown0.1%
1
clothing0.1%
1
kimono, housecoat0.1%
1
dresscoat0.1%
1
dress0.1%
1
pj's0.1%
1
hosecoat0.1%
1
house coat, kimona0.1%
1
kimona or negligee0.1%
1
night dress0.1%
1
komona0.1%
1
gown0.1%
1
lounge coat0.1%
1
kamona0.1%
1
night robe0.1%
1
pants0.1%
1
kimono or dressing gown0.1%
1
dressing gown, house coat0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


15. If a mother is going out for a few hours, she might say:
'Will you _________________ the baby while I'm gone?'

ValuePercent
Count
2.[watch]33.9%
231
1.[mind]27.5%
187
look after15.4%
105
3.[babysit]7%
48
5.[take care of]5.3%
36
(No response)1.8%
12
stay with0.7%
5
keep an eye on0.4%
3
sit0.4%
3
take care0.4%
3
mine0.4%
3
watch over0.4%
3
keep0.4%
3
watch, take care of0.3%
2
feed0.3%
2
look after, babysit0.3%
2
4.[tend]0.3%
2
attend0.3%
2
change0.3%
2
care for0.3%
2
verify0.1%
1
keep an eye0.1%
1
look after, mind0.1%
1
please mind0.1%
1
look after, take care of0.1%
1
watch, babysit0.1%
1
mind, watch0.1%
1
mind babysitting0.1%
1
keep an eye on, babysit0.1%
1
mined0.1%
1
mind, babysit0.1%
1
feed it0.1%
1
feed, babysit0.1%
1
be good with0.1%
1
whatch0.1%
1
take care your sister0.1%
1
feed and change0.1%
1
please watch0.1%
1
watch, look after0.1%
1
look after, watch0.1%
1
baby sit, look after0.1%
1
look after0.1%
1
watch, babysit, keep an eye on0.1%
1
mind, look after0.1%
1
watch0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


16. Does MOM, as in 'My Mom's gone fishing with my Dad', rhyme with tum or Tom?

ValuePercent
Count
1.[um]57.7%
393
2.[om]39.8%
271
(No response)2.3%
16
both0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


17. Which do you say?
She's going to bath the baby.
She's going to bathe the baby.

ValuePercent
Count
1.[bath]58.3%
397
2.[bathe]40.2%
274
(No response)1.3%
9
She's going to give the baby a bath.0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


18. What time is it? (Please write in words what you would say.)
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.[20 to 12]68.3%
465
4.[11:40]13.5%
92
20 minutes to 124.4%
30
twenty minutes to twelve1.8%
12
20 to 12, 11:400.7%
5
(No response)0.6%
4
eight o'clock0.4%
3
quarter to twelve0.4%
3
eleven forty, twenty to twelve0.4%
3
twenty minutes to 120.4%
3
twenty to eleven0.4%
3
20 minutes to twelve0.3%
2
3.[20 before 12]0.3%
2
11:40, 20 to 120.3%
2
20 minutes before 120.3%
2
eleven twenty0.3%
2
12:400.3%
2
twenty-too0.1%
1
eleven forty, 20 to 120.1%
1
20 minute to 120.1%
1
quarter to 120.1%
1
20 minutes to 12, 11:400.1%
1
20 min. to twelve0.1%
1
20 to 12, 20 minutes to 120.1%
1
20 minutes to 12 o'clock, noon0.1%
1
eleven forty-five0.1%
1
twenty five to eleven0.1%
1
a quarter to twelve0.1%
1
eleven hours forty minutes0.1%
1
it is eleven twenty0.1%
1
eleven fortey0.1%
1
20 to 12, twenty minute to twelve0.1%
1
twenty to twelve, eleven forty0.1%
1
eight fifty eight0.1%
1
twenty to noon hour0.1%
1
twenty minutes before twelve, eleven forty0.1%
1
20 to0.1%
1
1958 hours0.1%
1
nearly twelve o'clock0.1%
1
twenty two0.1%
1
20 to 12, 20 before 120.1%
1
It is twenty minutes to twelve0.1%
1
2.[20 of 12]0.1%
1
11 hours and 40 minutes0.1%
1
it's eleven forty, it's twenty to twelve0.1%
1
twenty to twelfe0.1%
1
11:40 hours0.1%
1
twenty min. to the hour0.1%
1
nineteen minutes to twelve0.1%
1
twenty to eight0.1%
1
twenty to twelve, twenty of twelve0.1%
1
forty minute before noon0.1%
1
11:350.1%
1
it's twent to twelve0.1%
1
eight fifty seven0.1%
1
twenty before noon or midnight0.1%
1
It is twenty minutes to twelve.0.1%
1
twenty mins. to twelve0.1%
1
eleven twinty0.1%
1
eleven forthy0.1%
1
twenty two to twelve0.1%
1
it's five to eight0.1%
1
8 o'clock0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


19. What do you call your evening meal?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
2.[supper]72.2%
492
1.[dinner]21%
143
supper, dinner2.1%
14
super1.3%
9
dinner, supper1.2%
8
diner0.7%
5
(No response)0.7%
5
dinner (to anglophones), supper (to francophones)0.1%
1
tea0.1%
1
dinner, supper if I have dinner at noon0.1%
1
5pm supper, 8pm dinner0.1%
1
supper, dinner if it's the main meal of the day0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


20. What do you call food eaten between meals or before going to bed?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.[snack]67.7%
461
2.[snacks]24.7%
168
lunch1.9%
13
(No response)1.2%
8
dinner0.4%
3
lunch, snack0.3%
2
snake0.3%
2
snaks0.3%
2
lunches0.1%
1
snack, lunch0.1%
1
treat0.1%
1
bite, nibble, snack, lunch0.1%
1
snacks between meals, night lunch before bed0.1%
1
evening snack0.1%
1
snack, munchies0.1%
1
junk0.1%
1
tea time0.1%
1
something to eat0.1%
1
snack food0.1%
1
snack(s)0.1%
1
light lunch0.1%
1
snack, midnight snack0.1%
1
cup of tea0.1%
1
a bite to eat0.1%
1
a lunch0.1%
1
afternoon tea, snack, morning coffee0.1%
1
munching0.1%
1
lunchon0.1%
1
snak0.1%
1
brunch0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


21. Does LEISURE rhyme with measure, or with seizure?

ValuePercent
Count
2.[izh]85.2%
580
1.[ezh]13.8%
94
(No response)0.9%
6
lay0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


22. At meals, people are sometimes given a cloth to wipe their fingers on. What do you call it?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.[napkin]60.1%
409
2.[serviette]18.1%
123
(No response)2.2%
15
table napkin1.9%
13
serviette, napkin1.3%
9
napkin, serviette1.3%
9
face cloth1.2%
8
napkins1.2%
8
finger cloth0.9%
6
knapkin0.6%
4
finger towel0.6%
4
wash cloth0.6%
4
wet nap0.4%
3
paper towel0.4%
3
towelette0.4%
3
dish cloth0.4%
3
facecloth0.3%
2
table cloth0.3%
2
wet cloth0.3%
2
towel0.3%
2
cloth0.3%
2
wet ones0.1%
1
tablecloth0.1%
1
napkings0.1%
1
wet napkin0.1%
1
table napkin or (casually) napkin0.1%
1
washcloth0.1%
1
napkine0.1%
1
clean face cloth0.1%
1
handtowel, facecloth0.1%
1
wipette0.1%
1
servette, face cloth0.1%
1
nappie, napkin, serviette0.1%
1
napkin0.1%
1
hand towel0.1%
1
serviette (paper), napkin (cloth)0.1%
1
wipes0.1%
1
survitte0.1%
1
napkin, napa0.1%
1
wet napkins0.1%
1
napkin or serviette0.1%
1
towelettes0.1%
1
towlette0.1%
1
rag0.1%
1
serviettes0.1%
1
cold towel0.1%
1
wash cloth, napkin0.1%
1
cloth napkin, serviette0.1%
1
tissue, napkin0.1%
1
towelete0.1%
1
wash rag0.1%
1
wet towel0.1%
1
table napkin or a lunch0.1%
1
finger, serviet0.1%
1
dinner napkin0.1%
1
finger wipes0.1%
1
wipe, serviette0.1%
1
towel, face cloth0.1%
1
hand cloth0.1%
1
finer towel0.1%
1
servette0.1%
1
wipe0.1%
1
wetr napkin0.1%
1
wetnap0.1%
1
finger wipe0.1%
1
little soapy cloth0.1%
1
face cloth, napkin0.1%
1
serviet0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


23. Do you call the hard thing inside a cherry a stone, or pit, or pip?

ValuePercent
Count
2.[pit]68.1%
464
1.[stone]26.9%
183
3.[pip]2.2%
15
(No response)1.9%
13
stone, pit0.7%
5
pit, seed0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


24. What do you call a carbonated soft drink?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.[pop]51.8%
353
4.[soft drink]22.8%
155
2.[soda]8.7%
59
(No response)3.4%
23
coke1.6%
11
3.[soda pop]1.5%
10
soft drink, pop1%
7
pop, soft drink0.6%
4
cola0.6%
4
Pepsi0.4%
3
drink0.4%
3
pop, soda0.4%
3
ginger ale0.4%
3
cool drink0.3%
2
pop drink0.3%
2
soft drink, Coke0.3%
2
canned drink0.3%
2
coke, ginger ale, pepsi0.1%
1
coke, ginger ale0.1%
1
brand name0.1%
1
coca cola0.1%
1
cola's0.1%
1
7-up, pepsi, I'd call it by the brand name.0.1%
1
soda, pop0.1%
1
rubbish0.1%
1
cold drink0.1%
1
junk0.1%
1
Pepsi, soda0.1%
1
cola, pop0.1%
1
can drink0.1%
1
a soft drink or pop0.1%
1
Pepsi or Coke0.1%
1
name of drink, ie coke, pepsi0.1%
1
soda's0.1%
1
fizz0.1%
1
ginger ale, pepsi, coke0.1%
1
pepsi, 7-up...0.1%
1
a fizz0.1%
1
coke, pepsi, etc0.1%
1
soft drink, soda0.1%
1
liqueur0.1%
1
coke, pepsi0.1%
1
Ade0.1%
1
a drink with fizz0.1%
1
coca cola, ginger ale, sprite, etc.0.1%
1
coke, gingerale0.1%
1
juice0.1%
1
beverage0.1%
1
coke...0.1%
1
carbonated0.1%
1
ale0.1%
1
liqueur (french), pop0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


25. What do you call the corn eaten by people (as opposed to cattle)?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
3.[sweet corn]26.9%
183
2.[corn]24.5%
167
1.[corn on the cob]20.1%
137
(No response)5.3%
36
sweet2.5%
17
table corn1.8%
12
cob of corn1.8%
12
garden corn1.2%
8
corn, corn on the cob1%
7
cob0.9%
6
peaches and cream0.7%
5
corn on cob0.7%
5
corn on a cob0.6%
4
cattle corn0.4%
3
sweat corn0.4%
3
maize0.4%
3
cobs0.3%
2
vegetable0.3%
2
cob on the corn0.3%
2
corn on the cob, corn0.3%
2
garden corn, sweet corn0.3%
2
kernel corn0.3%
2
pop corn0.3%
2
cob corn0.1%
1
cow corn0.1%
1
corn niblets0.1%
1
table0.1%
1
garden0.1%
1
cow corn, grouse0.1%
1
caned corn0.1%
1
kernal corn0.1%
1
sweet, table0.1%
1
peaches and cream corn0.1%
1
corn (on the cob)0.1%
1
pop0.1%
1
cearal0.1%
1
just corn0.1%
1
corn, cob-corn0.1%
1
edible0.1%
1
canned corn, corn on the cob0.1%
1
cob on the corn, peaches and cream0.1%
1
people corn0.1%
1
good corn0.1%
1
soda0.1%
1
4.[roasting ear]0.1%
1
peaches 'n cream0.1%
1
on the cob0.1%
1
corn seeds0.1%
1
eating corn, ear of corn0.1%
1
kernel0.1%
1
corn el la cob0.1%
1
creamed corn0.1%
1
golden bantam0.1%
1
creame corne, currie corne0.1%
1
food0.1%
1
sweet corn (on the cob)0.1%
1
sdweet0.1%
1
sweat0.1%
1
corn in the cob, corn0.1%
1
comb corn0.1%
1
eating corn0.1%
1
a cob, corn0.1%
1
niblets0.1%
1
corn on the cobe0.1%
1
corn meal0.1%
1
corn on the cob, canned corn0.1%
1
house corn0.1%
1
corn, sweet corn0.1%
1
kernels0.1%
1
soft corn0.1%
1
flakes0.1%
1
corn on the cob, cream corn, niblets0.1%
1
corn on the cob, sweet corn0.1%
1
apple corn0.1%
1
cultured corn0.1%
1
cob (of corn)0.1%
1
sweet, peaches and cream0.1%
1
corn on people0.1%
1
cob corn, nibletts0.1%
1
cream corn0.1%
1
cobby corn0.1%
1
niblet, cob0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


26. What do you call the leafy sheath that covers an ear of corn?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.[husk]58.3%
397
(No response)15.6%
106
husks4.3%
29
leaves2.3%
16
ears1.8%
12
corn husk1%
7
leaf1%
7
ear0.9%
6
silk0.9%
6
hair0.9%
6
skin0.9%
6
shuck0.7%
5
peel0.7%
5
corn leaves0.7%
5
stalk0.7%
5
tusk0.7%
5
sheath0.6%
4
the peel0.3%
2
peal0.3%
2
corn husks0.3%
2
stock0.3%
2
ear of corn0.3%
2
2.[shell]0.3%
2
peeling0.3%
2
chaff0.3%
2
ear of the corn0.3%
2
leave0.1%
1
You shuck corn but I don't know what the covering leaf is called.0.1%
1
wrap0.1%
1
corn sheath0.1%
1
garbage0.1%
1
sheaf0.1%
1
stalking0.1%
1
leafy stuff0.1%
1
shoosk0.1%
1
shucks0.1%
1
hoof the corn0.1%
1
skins0.1%
1
corn leaf0.1%
1
leafs0.1%
1
shaft0.1%
1
shuck the corn0.1%
1
leeks0.1%
1
leaves (I guess). I have never heard them called anything) We strip the corn of what?0.1%
1
tassell0.1%
1
corn ears0.1%
1
corn silk0.1%
1
pealing0.1%
1
pelure0.1%
1
stocking0.1%
1
husk ?0.1%
1
tasle0.1%
1
tassles0.1%
1
cob0.1%
1
green thing (husk)0.1%
1
scraps0.1%
1
hull0.1%
1
the green thing covering the corn0.1%
1
jacket0.1%
1
hosk0.1%
1
tassel0.1%
1
compost0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


27. Which do you say?
He has drank three glasses of milk.
He has drunk three glasses of milk.

ValuePercent
Count
1.drank52.7%
359
2.drunk40.7%
277
(No response)2.5%
17
1.He has drank three glasses of milk.2.1%
14
2.He has drunk three glasses of milk.2.1%
14
TOTAL100%
681


28. Does GREASY rhyme with cheesy, or with fleecy?

ValuePercent
Count
2.[s] fleecy91%
620
1.[z] cheesy7.3%
50
(No response)1%
7
both0.3%
2
sleepy0.1%
1
cheesy, fleecy0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


29. In the word TOMATO do you pronounce the middle part of the word as eight, or as at, or as ought?

ValuePercent
Count
1.[ei] eight81.2%
553
2.[a] at15.9%
108
3.[ah] ought1.6%
11
(No response)1.2%
8
eight or at0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


30. Do WHINE and WINE sound exactly the same? In other words, are the WH of whine and W of wine pronounced the same, or different?

ValuePercent
Count
1. same [w]55.8%
380
2. different [w/wh]42.3%
288
(No response)1.9%
13
TOTAL100%
681


31. At meals, people are sometimes given a paper to wipe their fingers on. What do you call it?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.[napkin]44.1%
300
3.[serviette]35.5%
242
2.[paper napkin]3.7%
25
paper towel2.2%
15
(No response)2.1%
14
napkin, serviette1.3%
9
serviettes0.7%
5
wet nap0.6%
4
napkins0.6%
4
table napkin0.6%
4
paper serviette0.4%
3
servette0.4%
3
serviette, napkin0.3%
2
serviet0.3%
2
wet cloth0.3%
2
serviett0.3%
2
finger bowl0.3%
2
knapkin0.3%
2
servitte0.3%
2
paper napkins0.3%
2
wipe0.1%
1
paper table napkin0.1%
1
napkin (paper)0.1%
1
serviette, paper serviette0.1%
1
napkings0.1%
1
severiette0.1%
1
napkine0.1%
1
paper serviette, paper napkin0.1%
1
paper towel, napkin0.1%
1
serviette, table napkin0.1%
1
tissue paper0.1%
1
paper towly0.1%
1
serviette or napkin0.1%
1
paper towel, serviette0.1%
1
leave me alone0.1%
1
napa0.1%
1
(paper) napkin0.1%
1
towellete0.1%
1
paper napkin0.1%
1
kleenex0.1%
1
servet0.1%
1
serviette, wipe0.1%
1
wet one0.1%
1
ser0.1%
1
tissue0.1%
1
towel0.1%
1
napkin, serviet0.1%
1
paper napkin, irish linen0.1%
1
paper towl0.1%
1
serviete0.1%
1
napkin0.1%
1
wetnap0.1%
1
finger cloth0.1%
1
towelette0.1%
1
wipes0.1%
1
serviettes, paper towels0.1%
1
kleenex, tissue0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


32. In the middle of a peach you always find a
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.[stone]46.5%
317
2.[pit]42.3%
288
(No response)3.5%
24
seed1.9%
13
core1.2%
8
peach stone0.7%
5
stone, pit0.7%
5
pit, stone0.6%
4
nut0.4%
3
3.[pip]0.4%
3
seed, pit0.3%
2
noyeau0.3%
2
nut, stone0.1%
1
bone0.1%
1
pouch stone0.1%
1
peach pit0.1%
1
rock0.1%
1
kernel0.1%
1
noyeau (french), core0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


33. Which do you say?
Yesterday I was sick at my stomach.
Yesterday I was sick in my stomach.
Yesterday I was sick to my stomach.
Yesterday I was stomach-sick.

ValuePercent
Count
3.[sick to] I was sick to my stomach.88.8%
605
2.[sick in] I was sick in my stomach.3.2%
22
4.[s-sick] I was stomach-sick.3.1%
21
1.[sick at] I was sick at my stomach.2.6%
18
(No response)1.6%
11
sick in, sick to0.1%
1
Yesterday, I had a sick stomach.0.1%
1
I had a sick stomach0.1%
1
yesterday, my stomach was sick0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


34. Which do you say?
Yesterday he dove into the quarry.
Yesterday he dived into the quarry.

ValuePercent
Count
1.dove73.3%
499
2.dived21.6%
147
1. Yesterday he dove into the quarry.3.1%
21
(No response)1.2%
8
2. Yesterday he dived into the quarry.0.9%
6
TOTAL100%
681


35. Does LEVER, as in 'Pull the lever', rhyme with clever or cleaver?

ValuePercent
Count
2. cleaver [eaver]76.5%
521
1. clever [ever]22.9%
156
(No response)0.4%
3
both0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


36. Does the ending of AVENUE sound like you or oo?

ValuePercent
Count
1. [you]83.7%
570
2. [oo]15.4%
105
(No response)0.9%
6
TOTAL100%
681


37. In ASPHALT, the PH sounds like f. Does the S sound like sh?
Yes
No

ValuePercent
Count
1. yes [sh]68.1%
464
2. no [z]30.2%
206
(No response)1.5%
10
both0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


38. What do you call casual wear for exercise - usually pull-on pants and a pull-over top?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
4.jogging suit/outfit27.5%
187
1.sweatsuit15.9%
108
2.sweats11.6%
79
(No response)7.6%
52
3.track suit5.1%
35
gym suit2.2%
15
jump suit0.9%
6
gym clothes0.9%
6
joggers0.9%
6
sweat pants, sweat shirt0.6%
4
sweatpants and sweatshirt0.6%
4
jogging suit, sweat suit0.6%
4
track pants0.4%
3
exercise clothes0.4%
3
work out clothes0.4%
3
sweat pants and sweat shirt0.4%
3
jogging clothes0.4%
3
jogging pants and sweater0.4%
3
sweat pants0.4%
3
sports wear0.4%
3
exercise suit0.4%
3
jogging suite0.3%
2
jogging0.3%
2
work clothes0.3%
2
warm-ups0.3%
2
pull-on pants and a pull-over top0.3%
2
sweat pants and sweater0.3%
2
yes0.3%
2
casual wear0.3%
2
jogging pants0.3%
2
track clothes0.3%
2
sweat pants and shirt0.3%
2
sweat0.3%
2
jogging pants and sweat shirt0.3%
2
sweat clothes0.3%
2
sports clothes0.1%
1
suit0.1%
1
exercise apparel0.1%
1
sweats, jogging pants0.1%
1
light clothing0.1%
1
track pants and a top0.1%
1
shorts and muscle shirt0.1%
1
shorts/ sleveless top, jogging outfit0.1%
1
fleac0.1%
1
?? clothes?0.1%
1
grubbies0.1%
1
old clothes0.1%
1
sweat shirt0.1%
1
sweatpants, sweatshirt, sweats0.1%
1
sweat shirt and pants0.1%
1
pants and sweater0.1%
1
sweatpants/ sweatshirt0.1%
1
track pants and pullover0.1%
1
gym-suit0.1%
1
track pants and sweat shirt0.1%
1
fleecies, sweat pants0.1%
1
jumb suit0.1%
1
training suit0.1%
1
track either track pants or sweat top0.1%
1
swet suit0.1%
1
sweat pants sweat shirt0.1%
1
sweat-pants, sweat-shirt0.1%
1
grubbies, sweats0.1%
1
sweat shirts and sweat pants0.1%
1
sweat pants, sweatshirt0.1%
1
sweatsuit, leotards and top0.1%
1
joggers, sweatsuit0.1%
1
trackpants, sweatshirt0.1%
1
jim clothes0.1%
1
comfortable clothes0.1%
1
lesure wear, casual wear0.1%
1
exersise suit0.1%
1
sport's wear0.1%
1
pull on pants and pullover top0.1%
1
t-shirt and shorts0.1%
1
scrubs0.1%
1
clothes0.1%
1
liesure wear0.1%
1
slacks and T-shirt0.1%
1
sweats, jogging suit0.1%
1
joggings0.1%
1
pants and top0.1%
1
jogging pants and t-shirt or sweat shirt0.1%
1
jumpsuit0.1%
1
shorts and t-shirt0.1%
1
slacks0.1%
1
stretchy pants and t-shirt0.1%
1
gym gear0.1%
1
athletic clothes0.1%
1
jogging pants, gym pants and a t-shirt0.1%
1
pull on pants and pull over top0.1%
1
joggin suit0.1%
1
sweatpants, sweatshirt0.1%
1
track suit, jogging suit0.1%
1
fatigues0.1%
1
sport wear0.1%
1
sweat-top, sweat pants0.1%
1
warm ups0.1%
1
sweat shirt and sweat pants, sweatsuit0.1%
1
Jim suits0.1%
1
comfy clothes0.1%
1
jeans and a T-shirt0.1%
1
jogging suit, leotards and sweat shirt0.1%
1
pull overs0.1%
1
sweat pants and sweat shirt, sweats0.1%
1
jeans and t-shirt0.1%
1
jogging pants sweatshirt0.1%
1
slacks and top0.1%
1
jogging pants and a top0.1%
1
jogging pant/ sweatshirt0.1%
1
sweat pants, sweats0.1%
1
jogging pants and a sweater0.1%
1
leisure wear0.1%
1
playclothes0.1%
1
gyme siut or sweat0.1%
1
track pants, t-shirt0.1%
1
compfortable clothing0.1%
1
sweatshirt and sweat top0.1%
1
pull over top0.1%
1
sweater pants and sweat shirt0.1%
1
sweatsuit, jogging suit0.1%
1
sweats0.1%
1
jogging pants, sweater0.1%
1
jogging pants, sweats0.1%
1
jeans and T shirt0.1%
1
shorts, t-shirt0.1%
1
swim pants0.1%
1
pants and shirt0.1%
1
jim suit0.1%
1
jeans0.1%
1
joggers, sweatpants and sweatshirt0.1%
1
sweat pants, joggers0.1%
1
jogging pants, sweatshirt0.1%
1
jogging pants, sweat shirt0.1%
1
grub clothes0.1%
1
pull-on pants and pull-over top0.1%
1
shells0.1%
1
jogging pants and sweatshirt0.1%
1
sweat, slippy0.1%
1
sport clothes0.1%
1
jumper0.1%
1
jogging pants and a t-shirt0.1%
1
warm up suit, pajamas0.1%
1
trake pants0.1%
1
exercise outfit0.1%
1
jogging pants/suit0.1%
1
sweat shirt and jogging pants0.1%
1
pull on pants and a pull over top0.1%
1
exercising wear0.1%
1
grubs, sweatsuit0.1%
1
jogger0.1%
1
tracksuit0.1%
1
joggin pants0.1%
1
joging sute0.1%
1
gym pants0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


39. What do you call the rubber-soled shoes you'd wear with the above outfit?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1.running shoes59%
402
2.runners11.7%
80
6.sneakers9.7%
66
(No response)4.7%
32
shoes1%
7
running shoe1%
7
jogging shoes0.7%
5
3.tennis shoes0.6%
4
track shoes0.4%
3
running shoes, runners0.4%
3
sport shoes0.4%
3
running shoes, sneakers0.4%
3
joggers0.4%
3
5.gym shoes0.4%
3
runners, running shoes0.4%
3
sneekers0.3%
2
sports shoes0.3%
2
rubbers0.3%
2
sneakers, running shoes0.3%
2
addidas0.3%
2
walking shoes0.3%
2
sneakers, runners0.3%
2
sports shoe0.3%
2
sandals0.3%
2
runner0.3%
2
D.C.0.1%
1
runnning shoe0.1%
1
gum0.1%
1
soft runners0.1%
1
basketball shoes0.1%
1
casual shoes, running shoes0.1%
1
duck shoes0.1%
1
sports' shoe0.1%
1
casual0.1%
1
gum kubbers, rubbers, rubber boots, gum stickers0.1%
1
casuals0.1%
1
loafers0.1%
1
rubber-soled shoes or boots0.1%
1
gloushes0.1%
1
sneakers, Addidas0.1%
1
running shoes or sneakers0.1%
1
lofers0.1%
1
not a fashion statement0.1%
1
plimsoles0.1%
1
sunning shoes0.1%
1
training shoes0.1%
1
dress shoes0.1%
1
joggers, sneakers0.1%
1
slipper0.1%
1
(running) shoes0.1%
1
pumps, plimsolls, gym shoes, running shoes, sneakers0.1%
1
runners, sneakers0.1%
1
running shoes0.1%
1
sneakers, court shoes0.1%
1
lined shoes0.1%
1
recreation shoes, running shoes0.1%
1
jogging suit0.1%
1
swick0.1%
1
gumm rubbers0.1%
1
sneakers, plimsols0.1%
1
gym shoes, sneakers0.1%
1
rubber boots0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


40. Which do you say?
The cat wants to go out.
The cat wants out.

ValuePercent
Count
2. the cat wants out.63.6%
433
1. The cat wants to go out.33.5%
228
(No response)1.9%
13
both0.9%
6
either0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


41. Does ROUTE, as in 'paper route', rhyme with shoot or shout?

ValuePercent
Count
1. shoot [oot]75.8%
516
2. shout [out]23.6%
161
(No response)0.4%
3
both0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


42. Does NEWS sound like nyooze or nooze?

ValuePercent
Count
2. nooze [noo]74%
504
1. nyooze [nyoo]25%
170
(No response)0.9%
6
nyooze, nooze0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


43. Does SHONE, as in 'The sun shone brightly', rhyme with John or Joan?

ValuePercent
Count
1. John [ohn]84.4%
575
2. Joan [oan]14.2%
97
(No response)1.3%
9
TOTAL100%
681


44. Which of the following names do you use for a waterway smaller than a river?

ValuePercent
Count
7. [creek]42.3%
288
stream, creek14.5%
99
stream, brook, creek12.3%
84
2. [stream]12.2%
83
1. [crick]4.6%
31
crick, stream, brook, creek2.3%
16
3. [brook]1.8%
12
crick, stream, creek1.6%
11
brook, creek0.7%
5
stream, creek, brook0.6%
4
crick, creek0.4%
3
stream, brook0.4%
3
crick, stream, brook0.4%
3
crick, stream0.4%
3
stream, brook, creek, canal0.3%
2
crick, brook, creek0.3%
2
5. [snye]0.3%
2
(No response)0.3%
2
stream0.3%
2
crick, stream, run, brook, creek0.3%
2
crick, snye, stream, run, brook, creek, rill0.3%
2
snye, creek0.3%
2
stream, brook, rill0.1%
1
snye, stream, brook, creek0.1%
1
crick0.1%
1
crick, stream, brook, creek, rill0.1%
1
stream, brook, snye, creek, canel0.1%
1
4. [rill]0.1%
1
snye, stream, brook, creek, pond0.1%
1
stream, creek, spring0.1%
1
stream, brook, creek, burn0.1%
1
stream, brook, rill, creek0.1%
1
stream, brook, run, creek0.1%
1
stream, brook, creek, pond0.1%
1
stream, brook, creek, ditch0.1%
1
brook, lake0.1%
1
snye, creek, stream, brook0.1%
1
stream, creek, ditch0.1%
1
Stream, Dufferin county farm boys said 'cric'0.1%
1
snye, stream, creek0.1%
1
strream, creek0.1%
1
crick, stream, brook, crekk, ditch0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


45. Is the ei of EITHER pronounced like the ie of pie, or the ee of bee?

ValuePercent
Count
2. ee of bee [ee]65.3%
445
1. ie of pie [ie]30.5%
208
both2.6%
18
(No response)1%
7
depends on context0.1%
1
ee at beginning of sentence, ie elsewhere0.1%
1
neither0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


46. Which do you say?
The little devil sneaked into the theatre.
The little devil snuck into the theatre.

ValuePercent
Count
2. [snuck]56.1%
382
1. [sneaked]42%
286
(No response)1.8%
12
sneaked, snuck0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


47. Which do you say?
He loaned me a dollar.
He lent me a dollar.
He borrowed me a dollar.

ValuePercent
Count
2.[lent]59%
402
1.[loaned]31.1%
212
3.[borrowed]3.2%
22
2. He lent me a dollar. [lent]2.3%
16
(No response)1.9%
13
1. He loaned me a dollar. [loaned]1.3%
9
loaned, lent0.6%
4
lent, loaned0.1%
1
3. He borrowed me a dollar. [borrowed]0.1%
1
lended0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


48. Someone said, John smokes a lot any more. Does this mean that
John hasn't been able to cut down, let alone stop?
or John wasn't smoking much for a while but now he is?
or John has almost quit?

ValuePercent
Count
1. John hasn't to cut down, let alone stop?30.2%
206
(No response)26.1%
178
2. John wasn't smoking, but now he is?24.2%
165
3. John has almost quit?19.2%
131
John smokes a lot0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


49. What time is it? (Please write in words what you would say.)
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
1. nine thirty82.8%
564
2. half past nine10.3%
70
nine thirty, half past nine2.1%
14
(No response)1.5%
10
half past nine, nine thirty0.4%
3
ten thirty0.3%
2
both0.3%
2
eight thirty0.1%
1
half past ten0.1%
1
2130 hours0.1%
1
nine thrirty0.1%
1
nine-tirty0.1%
1
halp past0.1%
1
It is nine thirty0.1%
1
zero nine thirty hours0.1%
1
quarter to six0.1%
1
twelve minutes to six0.1%
1
nine hours and thirty minutes0.1%
1
nine thirty (half passed)0.1%
1
10 to 60.1%
1
thrity minutes after0.1%
1
half pass nine0.1%
1
half past eight0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


50. What does any more mean in John smokes a lot any more?
still
or nowadays
or negative

ValuePercent
Count
1. [still]32.6%
222
2. [nowadays]25.8%
176
(No response)23.6%
161
3. [negative]17.9%
122
TOTAL100%
681


51. That sentence, John smokes a lot any more, does it sound like something
you might say under the right circumstances?
or others might say though you wouldn't?
or no one you know would say?

ValuePercent
Count
3. no one would say? [no one]69.3%
472
2. others might say? [others]15.7%
107
1. you might say? [you]7.8%
53
(No response)6.9%
47
others, no one you know0.1%
1
others might say though you wouldn't, no one you know would0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


52. Does the u in STUDENT sound like the oo in too, or the u in use?

ValuePercent
Count
1. oo in too [oo]66.2%
451
2. u in use [yoo]31.9%
217
(No response)1.8%
12
both0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


53. What do you call someone who studies "too much" and tries very hard to impress the teacher?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
2. brown noser17.3%
118
4. teacher's pet16.2%
110
(No response)14.5%
99
nerd3.5%
24
1. browner3.4%
23
suck up3.1%
21
Book worm2.9%
20
keener2.2%
15
show off1.8%
12
3. brown nose1.5%
10
7. suck1.3%
9
bookworm1%
7
pet0.9%
6
8. suck hole0.9%
6
studious0.9%
6
brain0.7%
5
egghead0.6%
4
suck-up0.6%
4
student0.6%
4
ambitious0.6%
4
geek0.6%
4
goody two shoes0.4%
3
perfectionist0.4%
3
smart0.4%
3
keaner0.4%
3
over achiever0.4%
3
loser0.3%
2
brown noser, keener0.3%
2
brains0.3%
2
nerd, brown noser0.3%
2
beaker0.3%
2
sucking up0.3%
2
brainer0.3%
2
kiss up0.3%
2
smart alec0.3%
2
nurd0.3%
2
ass kisser0.3%
2
annoying0.3%
2
swot0.3%
2
chou-chou0.3%
2
keener, teachers pet0.1%
1
smart, stupid0.1%
1
browner, anal0.1%
1
keener, butt kisser, brown noser0.1%
1
show-off0.1%
1
too talkative, smarty pants0.1%
1
toady0.1%
1
brownoser0.1%
1
seeking special praise0.1%
1
browner, suck-up0.1%
1
studeous0.1%
1
study wart0.1%
1
fink0.1%
1
foolish0.1%
1
smart alex0.1%
1
ass licker0.1%
1
goodie goodie0.1%
1
brain, nird0.1%
1
eager learner0.1%
1
peckerhead0.1%
1
commendable0.1%
1
teacher pet0.1%
1
teacher0.1%
1
chou chou0.1%
1
geek, nerd0.1%
1
teacher's pet, brown noser0.1%
1
energetic0.1%
1
teacher's pet, browner, nerd0.1%
1
eager student0.1%
1
geak0.1%
1
persistent0.1%
1
a suck up0.1%
1
scholar0.1%
1
suck up, sucker, teacher's pet0.1%
1
beaker, nerd0.1%
1
aggresive0.1%
1
showing off0.1%
1
geek, brownoser0.1%
1
prep0.1%
1
a brain0.1%
1
teacher pet, suck0.1%
1
brown noser, teacher's pet, nerd0.1%
1
butt kisser0.1%
1
worker0.1%
1
chump0.1%
1
brown noser, intelligent0.1%
1
self-motivated0.1%
1
perfectionnist0.1%
1
suck hole, brown noser0.1%
1
not me0.1%
1
a bookworm0.1%
1
a nut0.1%
1
butt-kisser, geek0.1%
1
browner, suck0.1%
1
looser, geeque, teachers pet0.1%
1
hard worker0.1%
1
butt kisser, apple polisher, teacher's pet, nerd, geek, melvin0.1%
1
obsessive0.1%
1
browner, egg head0.1%
1
kiss-ass0.1%
1
ambicious0.1%
1
workaholic0.1%
1
goody goody, teacher's pet0.1%
1
browner, geek, keener0.1%
1
scab, smart0.1%
1
eager0.1%
1
keener, brown noser, beeker, teacher's pet0.1%
1
brown noser or suck hole0.1%
1
sucky0.1%
1
hardworker0.1%
1
book worm, teacher's pet0.1%
1
teacher's pet, browner0.1%
1
teacher's pet, eager beaver0.1%
1
brain, browner0.1%
1
poindexter, brown noser, suck0.1%
1
keener, kiss ass0.1%
1
great student0.1%
1
good student0.1%
1
brownosar, keener0.1%
1
nerd, over achiever0.1%
1
pain in the ass0.1%
1
future politician, swat0.1%
1
6. apple polisher0.1%
1
nerd, suck up0.1%
1
nerd, beeker, brown noser0.1%
1
study worm0.1%
1
a good student0.1%
1
professor, egghead, brownose0.1%
1
they butter up the teacher0.1%
1
sucking-up0.1%
1
teacher's pet, keener0.1%
1
goody-goody, teacher's pet, goody-two-shoes0.1%
1
brainy0.1%
1
suck up, goodie two shoes0.1%
1
A student who is academically inclined.0.1%
1
annoying as hell0.1%
1
browner, keener0.1%
1
nerd, kiss-up0.1%
1
nerd, suck-up, teacher's pet, geek0.1%
1
suck holes0.1%
1
a little suck0.1%
1
kiss ass0.1%
1
nerd, teachers pet0.1%
1
suck up, nerd0.1%
1
overachiever, browner0.1%
1
stupid0.1%
1
insecure0.1%
1
impressmant0.1%
1
anxious0.1%
1
asskisses, brown noser0.1%
1
prepie0.1%
1
teacher's pet, (nerd)0.1%
1
smarties0.1%
1
brown noser, suck up0.1%
1
suck up, brown noser0.1%
1
brown noser, perfectionist0.1%
1
not a good student0.1%
1
suck, suck-up0.1%
1
keener, brown noser0.1%
1
browner, nerd0.1%
1
currying favor0.1%
1
know-it-all0.1%
1
industrious, brown noser0.1%
1
over acheiver0.1%
1
phoney0.1%
1
bookworm, teacher's pet0.1%
1
carl0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


54. Someone said Harry likes rock music any more. Does this mean that
Harry's turned off rock?
or Harry's finally seen the light?
or Harry's always been a great rock fan?

ValuePercent
Count
(No response)34.2%
233
3. Harry's always been a rock fan. [still]25.4%
173
1. Harry's turned off rock. [negative]22.8%
155
2. Harry's finally seen the light. [nowadays]17.5%
119
Lately, Harry likes rock music.0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


55. Does the sch of SCHEDULE sound like sch in school, or sh in shed?

ValuePercent
Count
1. sch in school? [sk]73.7%
502
2. sh in shed? [sh]23.5%
160
(No response)2.2%
15
both0.6%
4
TOTAL100%
681


56. Which do you say?
Just between you and me, your aunt is often wrong.
Just between you and I, your aunt is often wrong.

ValuePercent
Count
1. Just between you and me.65.1%
443
2. Just between you and I.32.3%
220
(No response)2.3%
16
both0.1%
1
both, 2 if talking to a teacher0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


57. Does the mi of SEMI-, as in semi-final, sound like my, or like me?

ValuePercent
Count
2. [me]86.2%
587
1. [my]11.6%
79
(No response)1.8%
12
both0.4%
3
TOTAL100%
681


58. Does the ti of ANTI-, as in anti-pollution, sound like tie, or like tee?

ValuePercent
Count
2. [tee]81.5%
555
1. [tie]16.3%
111
(No response)1.8%
12
both0.4%
3
TOTAL100%
681


59. Which would you say?
He snuck by when my back was turned.
He sneaked by when my back was turned.

ValuePercent
Count
1. He snuck by when my back was turned.61.4%
418
2. He sneaked by when my back was turned.36.9%
251
(No response)1.8%
12
TOTAL100%
681


60. Does BURY, as in 'bury the dead', rhyme with ferry, or with furry?

ValuePercent
Count
1. [ferry]49.9%
340
2. [furry]47.9%
326
(No response)1.8%
12
both0.4%
3
TOTAL100%
681


61. Does CALM, as in 'the wind grew calm', rhyme with Tom or Sam?

ValuePercent
Count
1. [Tom]79.7%
543
2. [Sam]17.8%
121
(No response)2.5%
17
TOTAL100%
681


62. Do you pronounce the letter Z as zee, or as zed?

ValuePercent
Count
2. [zed]76.7%
522
1. [zee]20.7%
141
(No response)1.8%
12
both0.9%
6
TOTAL100%
681


63. Which do you say?
We used not to go there.
We didn't use to go there.
We usedn't to go there.

ValuePercent
Count
2.didn't use to73.9%
503
3.usedn't to9.1%
62
(No response)5.9%
40
1.used not to5.3%
36
2. We didn't use to go there.3.2%
22
1. We used not to go there.0.3%
2
we never used to go there0.3%
2
we didn't go there0.3%
2
we never went there0.3%
2
didn't used to, usedn't0.1%
1
we used to not go there0.1%
1
used not to, didn't use to0.1%
1
3. We usedn't to go there.0.1%
1
none of the above0.1%
1
used to not0.1%
1
We never used to go there.0.1%
1
didn't use to, usedn't to0.1%
1
none0.1%
1
We never went there.0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


64. In 'We are finally making progress,' does the o of PROGRESS sound like the o of go, or the o of got?

ValuePercent
Count
1. [go]62.8%
428
2. [got]34.5%
235
(No response)2.3%
16
both0.3%
2
TOTAL100%
681


65. Which do you say?
Can you lend me $5?
Can you loan me $5?

ValuePercent
Count
1.[lend]74%
504
2.[loan]19.2%
131
1. Can you lend me $5? [lend]3.8%
26
(No response)1.9%
13
both0.4%
3
lend, loan0.1%
1
either0.1%
1
can I borrow $50.1%
1
2. Can you loan me $5? [loan]0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


66. Do WITCH and WHICH sound exactly the same? That is, are the W of witch and WH of which pronounced the same, or different?

ValuePercent
Count
1. same [w]56.5%
385
2. different [w/wh]41.4%
282
(No response)2.1%
14
TOTAL100%
681


67. Is the first a of GUARANTEE pronounced like
a of cat?
or a of care?
or a of car?

ValuePercent
Count
2. a of care? [e]43.6%
297
3. a of car? [ah]33.9%
231
1. a of cat? [a]19.5%
133
(No response)2.6%
18
care, car0.1%
1
cat, car0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


68. Does the beginning of COUPON sound the same as cue, or coo?

ValuePercent
Count
2. [coo]57.9%
394
1. [cue]40.4%
275
(No response)1.8%
12
TOTAL100%
681


69. Which do you say?
The submarine dived to the floor of the sea.
The submarine dove to the floor of the sea.

ValuePercent
Count
2.dove72%
490
1.dived21.6%
147
2. The submarine dove to the sea floor.3.1%
21
(No response)2.3%
16
1. The submarine dived to the sea floor.0.9%
6
either0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


70. What do you call a hockey game when several people get together at a rink or frozen pond and pick teams?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
2. [hockey]18.8%
128
1. [shinny]18.5%
126
(No response)15.4%
105
4. [pick-up game/hockey]10.3%
70
3. [pick-up]5%
34
scrimmage3.1%
21
ice hockey2.2%
15
scrub1.8%
12
shinney1.6%
11
scrimage1.5%
10
shiny1.5%
10
game0.6%
4
fun0.6%
4
scrub hockey0.4%
3
shiney0.4%
3
hockey team0.4%
3
shimmy0.4%
3
playing hockey0.3%
2
pick up team0.3%
2
pick up game, shinny0.3%
2
scrub game0.3%
2
street hockey0.3%
2
match0.3%
2
a fun game0.3%
2
pond hockey0.3%
2
pick up, shinny0.3%
2
game of hockey0.3%
2
skrimage0.1%
1
pick-hockey0.1%
1
an excuse to drink beer0.1%
1
road hockey0.1%
1
shinny, pick-up, a game0.1%
1
shoot puck0.1%
1
make up0.1%
1
house hockey0.1%
1
shinny, hockey, fart around, puck0.1%
1
play0.1%
1
choose teams0.1%
1
shinny, pick up0.1%
1
pick-up game, scrimmage, shinny0.1%
1
srimmage, shinny0.1%
1
one0.1%
1
partners0.1%
1
hockey match0.1%
1
hockey teams0.1%
1
make up game0.1%
1
boring0.1%
1
shinney hockey0.1%
1
pick up, river rat0.1%
1
farm league0.1%
1
? pick up0.1%
1
rally0.1%
1
informal0.1%
1
pick up hockey, pond hockey0.1%
1
party0.1%
1
neighbourhood puck0.1%
1
pick up game at an indoor rink, shinny at an outdoor rink0.1%
1
hack hockey0.1%
1
scrineage0.1%
1
outside rink0.1%
1
shinny hockey0.1%
1
shiney, pick up game0.1%
1
out door hockey game0.1%
1
fun, pick up hockey0.1%
1
team supporters0.1%
1
fun game of hockey0.1%
1
friendly match of hockey0.1%
1
having a fun game0.1%
1
draft0.1%
1
teams0.1%
1
pick up hockey, shinny hockey0.1%
1
local hockey match0.1%
1
play hockey0.1%
1
pool0.1%
1
playing a fun game of hockey0.1%
1
Form A Pool0.1%
1
outdoor hockey0.1%
1
impromptu0.1%
1
pick up league0.1%
1
playing for fun0.1%
1
captins0.1%
1
skirmish0.1%
1
rink rat0.1%
1
hockey game, pond hockey0.1%
1
scrimich0.1%
1
shinny, scrub0.1%
1
fans0.1%
1
mini hockey0.1%
1
playing0.1%
1
fun hockey0.1%
1
tournament0.1%
1
game of hockey, scrub0.1%
1
tourniment0.1%
1
face off ?0.1%
1
scrimmage, shinny0.1%
1
hockey, points0.1%
1
hockey players pool0.1%
1
free for all0.1%
1
quick game0.1%
1
playing around0.1%
1
pick-up match0.1%
1
fun team0.1%
1
chinney0.1%
1
a hockey team0.1%
1
pick up game of hockey0.1%
1
friendly game of hockey0.1%
1
match, difetion0.1%
1
scrub team0.1%
1
hockey game, pickup game0.1%
1
pick up team hockey0.1%
1
team sport0.1%
1
picking teams for hockey0.1%
1
shin hockey0.1%
1
players0.1%
1
shinny, pick-up game0.1%
1
hockey, shinny0.1%
1
gang0.1%
1
shinny, pick-up0.1%
1
scrumage game of hockey0.1%
1
amateurs0.1%
1
rubber puck0.1%
1
scramble0.1%
1
hockey scrimage0.1%
1
pick up game, game of stick0.1%
1
stupid and unsafe0.1%
1
rink rat hockey0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


71. What do you call a baseball game when several people get together at a diamond or field and pick teams?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
(No response)22.3%
152
2. [baseball]17.3%
118
1. [scrub]14.1%
96
3. [pick-up]9.1%
62
4. [pick-up game/baseball]6.9%
47
ball game5%
34
ballgame1.8%
12
scrimmage1.2%
8
ball1%
7
softball0.9%
6
fun0.9%
6
game0.9%
6
play ball0.9%
6
scrub ball0.6%
4
scrub game0.6%
4
game of ball0.4%
3
scrimage0.4%
3
pick up, scrub0.4%
3
get together0.4%
3
pick up team0.4%
3
league0.3%
2
rounders0.3%
2
playing ball0.3%
2
fun game0.3%
2
skrimage0.3%
2
pick-up ball0.3%
2
pick up ball0.3%
2
Team0.3%
2
hand ball0.1%
1
players0.1%
1
pick up0.1%
1
back lot game0.1%
1
pick up, arranged game0.1%
1
baseball0.1%
1
sides0.1%
1
a just for fun baseball game0.1%
1
drunk0.1%
1
baseball, softball, scrub0.1%
1
500 up0.1%
1
stadium0.1%
1
pick up game of baseball0.1%
1
make up game0.1%
1
tournament0.1%
1
play bizz0.1%
1
pickup softball0.1%
1
a game of pick-up0.1%
1
soft ball0.1%
1
scrub ball, pick up ball0.1%
1
team supporters0.1%
1
rally0.1%
1
practice0.1%
1
ball, scrub0.1%
1
playing a fun game of baseball0.1%
1
a friendly game0.1%
1
? pick up0.1%
1
scrum, pick up0.1%
1
fun ball game0.1%
1
going to shoot hoops0.1%
1
draft0.1%
1
pick-up team0.1%
1
scrub, game of ball0.1%
1
friendly game of ball0.1%
1
pick up game, scrub0.1%
1
family reunion0.1%
1
ball practice0.1%
1
organized0.1%
1
ball game, game of ball0.1%
1
impromto game0.1%
1
tourniment0.1%
1
bat and ball0.1%
1
stick ball0.1%
1
scrub0.1%
1
having a fun game0.1%
1
impromptu0.1%
1
pick-up, scrub0.1%
1
baseball team0.1%
1
quick game0.1%
1
slowpitch0.1%
1
leauge0.1%
1
3 pitch0.1%
1
pick-up ball game0.1%
1
scrumage game of baseball0.1%
1
scrub team0.1%
1
sport0.1%
1
'ball game0.1%
1
baseball fans0.1%
1
friendly ball game0.1%
1
shurb0.1%
1
another excuse to drink beer0.1%
1
squash (ie without teams but player moving up from fild to 3,2,1 base, pitcher, catcher.0.1%
1
a baseball game0.1%
1
hit bat0.1%
1
picking teams0.1%
1
shinny, pick up game0.1%
1
play off0.1%
1
toss the bat0.1%
1
scrub, pick up0.1%
1
amusement game0.1%
1
gathering0.1%
1
picking a team0.1%
1
fun game of baseball0.1%
1
playing baseball0.1%
1
scratch0.1%
1
srimage, practice0.1%
1
unprofessional0.1%
1
fans0.1%
1
improvised game0.1%
1
fun baseball0.1%
1
baseball match0.1%
1
teams0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


72. Which do you say?
Me and Tom are rooting for the Red Barons.
Tom and me are rooting for the Red Barons.
Tom and I are rooting for the Red Barons.

ValuePercent
Count
3. Tom and I79.9%
544
1. Me and Tom8.1%
55
2. Tom and me3.8%
26
(No response)3.7%
25
3. Tom and I are rooting for the Red Barons.3.2%
22
Me and Tom, Tom and I0.4%
3
2. Tom and me are rooting for the Red Baron.0.4%
3
1. Me and Tom are rooting for the Red Baron.0.3%
2
Tom and me, Tom and I0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


73. What did you call the game you played as a youngster where several of you joined hands in a line and the others tried to break through?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
(No response)40.8%
278
1. [Red Rover]39.9%
272
2. [British Bulldog]3.4%
23
red rover, red rover0.7%
5
Bull in the ring0.7%
5
Rover Rover0.6%
4
Break the chain0.6%
4
ring around the rosey0.4%
3
break arms0.4%
3
red rover, british bulldog0.4%
3
Ring around the rosy0.4%
3
ring around a rosie0.3%
2
crack the whip0.3%
2
Red Roover0.3%
2
Red Red Rover0.3%
2
ring around the rosie0.3%
2
break a way0.3%
2
merry-go-round0.3%
2
tug of war0.3%
2
war0.3%
2
Rover0.3%
2
british bulldog/ red rover0.1%
1
jailbreak0.1%
1
hop scotch0.1%
1
pop pop pull away0.1%
1
red rover (son)0.1%
1
red light0.1%
1
strong arm0.1%
1
ring a round a posie0.1%
1
Rover Red Rover0.1%
1
red rove, red rover0.1%
1
farmer in the dell0.1%
1
run the gauntlet0.1%
1
Red Rover won't you come over0.1%
1
Red Rover, British Bull Dog0.1%
1
british bulldog, red rover0.1%
1
ring around the roses0.1%
1
War, Red Rover Red Rover we call _ over0.1%
1
pump pump pull away0.1%
1
the whip, widdy0.1%
1
break the line0.1%
1
cat and mouse0.1%
1
the wall game ?0.1%
1
chien0.1%
1
cordon break0.1%
1
Hauloway Pullaway0.1%
1
Ring around a posie0.1%
1
called over grover0.1%
1
ring around the roosy0.1%
1
run sheep run, rover red rover0.1%
1
Red Rover Red Rover will you come over0.1%
1
brick wall0.1%
1
red0.1%
1
British Buldog0.1%
1
bull in the ring/circle, red rover0.1%
1
Buck Buck0.1%
1
? tag0.1%
1
bull dog0.1%
1
aunti-I-over0.1%
1
ring around the hoosy0.1%
1
fox in the barn0.1%
1
snap the whip0.1%
1
square game0.1%
1
Nuts in May0.1%
1
red rover ?0.1%
1
Red Rover I call ........ over0.1%
1
break Though0.1%
1
The Bull in the Ring0.1%
1
frozen run ?0.1%
1
Red Rover Red Rover0.1%
1
Red Rover, British Bull-dog0.1%
1
charge it0.1%
1
scruff0.1%
1
snap0.1%
1
Rover Rover come over0.1%
1
Red Rosey0.1%
1
cross-over0.1%
1
whipperwill0.1%
1
fox and goose0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


74. There is a prank (a kind of mean joke) that grade-school boys sometimes do to another boy: they grab his underpants at the back and hoist him up. What did you call that prank?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
(No response)40.1%
273
1. [wedgie]28.2%
192
wedgy8.4%
57
wedgee3.4%
23
wedgey1.8%
12
wedge1.6%
11
weggie0.7%
5
rooney0.6%
4
rumby0.6%
4
wedgies0.4%
3
wedges0.4%
3
2. [gotchie]0.4%
3
pull balls up0.4%
3
gotchee0.3%
2
stupid0.3%
2
wedgi0.3%
2
weggy0.3%
2
prank0.3%
2
rumbie0.3%
2
snuggy0.3%
2
gotchies, wedgies0.1%
1
foolish0.1%
1
jerk0.1%
1
gave him a ruine (macron over e)0.1%
1
5. [melvin]0.1%
1
runie0.1%
1
wedgey (learned from his kids)0.1%
1
wedgee, atomic wedgee0.1%
1
pantsing0.1%
1
1. [wedgie] (grandson)0.1%
1
yedgy0.1%
1
gawn-chee0.1%
1
dirty0.1%
1
wedgy, wedgie0.1%
1
wedgie, melvin0.1%
1
stupidity0.1%
1
squicker0.1%
1
wedgy, roonie0.1%
1
rumbee0.1%
1
gauchy0.1%
1
hazing0.1%
1
mean0.1%
1
not a prank cruelty0.1%
1
wedgie (grandson)0.1%
1
roonie0.1%
1
initation0.1%
1
wege0.1%
1
give him a wedgie0.1%
1
cracker jack0.1%
1
wettie0.1%
1
wedgie0.1%
1
hoist up0.1%
1
supreme0.1%
1
wedjey0.1%
1
wegie, goose0.1%
1
gautchee pull0.1%
1
Wedgie, Indian creepup0.1%
1
wedjie0.1%
1
nasty0.1%
1
weedge0.1%
1
grundie0.1%
1
bullying0.1%
1
cruelty0.1%
1
sore arse if you got caught0.1%
1
wed-gee0.1%
1
stupids, punks0.1%
1
snuggie0.1%
1
woodgies0.1%
1
gitchie0.1%
1
a joke0.1%
1
noogy0.1%
1
wegy0.1%
1
gitching0.1%
1
wedgie, gotchie rub0.1%
1
pull up pants0.1%
1
wiggy0.1%
1
wegie0.1%
1
malicious0.1%
1
gotchy0.1%
1
wegee0.1%
1
unpopular0.1%
1
mishief0.1%
1
balled him0.1%
1
super wedgies0.1%
1
noogey time0.1%
1
lift them up0.1%
1
hanging by the privates0.1%
1
giving a wedgy0.1%
1
wedgie, martin (front)0.1%
1
gauchy, wedgy0.1%
1
Pull up his pants0.1%
1
wedgee, goosed him0.1%
1
wejgie0.1%
1
pesty and mean0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


75a. There is (or was) a game played by youngsters on spring evenings where one group guarded an area, usually at a streetlight, and kept 'prisoners', while the other group tried to release them by touching the post before being caught.
What did you call that game?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
(No response)62.1%
423
tag7.9%
54
4. [hide and seek]5%
34
6. [capture the flag]2.9%
20
3. [kick the can]1.8%
12
Prisoner's base1.6%
11
war1.3%
9
cops and robbers1.2%
8
5. [hide and go seek]1.2%
8
run sheep run0.9%
6
frozen tag0.7%
5
prisoners base0.7%
5
flag0.6%
4
touch tag0.6%
4
british bull dog0.4%
3
bull dog0.4%
3
hide'n seek0.3%
2
french and english0.3%
2
jail0.3%
2
prisoners0.3%
2
rat race0.1%
1
Prisonner's base0.1%
1
hide n go seek0.1%
1
hide/seek0.1%
1
sounds like capture the flag but I'm not familiar with it0.1%
1
red light green light0.1%
1
freeze tag0.1%
1
time tag0.1%
1
cops and robers0.1%
1
catch the prisoner0.1%
1
run cheap run0.1%
1
Blind man's bluff0.1%
1
tie up0.1%
1
jailbreak0.1%
1
cache cache0.1%
1
green light0.1%
1
red light0.1%
1
red light, green light0.1%
1
buzz off0.1%
1
run chief run ?0.1%
1
home free, oli oli0.1%
1
tag, hide and seek0.1%
1
red light red light0.1%
1
sounds like a version of capture the flag0.1%
1
hide 'n' seek0.1%
1
kick the can0.1%
1
variant of hide and go seek0.1%
1
hide and seek0.1%
1
tag?0.1%
1
tage0.1%
1
free, redlight0.1%
1
prisoners in a box0.1%
1
horse on gallop, run sheep run0.1%
1
nicky nicky night0.1%
1
lamp guard0.1%
1
Capture0.1%
1
branch of lilac0.1%
1
can-cane0.1%
1
jail tag0.1%
1
red light ?0.1%
1
murder at midnight0.1%
1
jail break0.1%
1
hide n' seek0.1%
1
ghosts in the graveyard0.1%
1
jail brake0.1%
1
tin can lurky0.1%
1
guard the flag0.1%
1
free the bunch0.1%
1
play tag0.1%
1
homefree0.1%
1
flag game0.1%
1
capture the flag, jail0.1%
1
horse on the gallop run sheep run0.1%
1
hide n'seek, ghost in the graveyard0.1%
1
1. [relevio]0.1%
1
capture the flag0.1%
1
ally ally oxen free0.1%
1
catch the flag0.1%
1
it0.1%
1
good cop bad cop0.1%
1
guard0.1%
1
wolf in the meadow, run sheep run, wolves in the meadow0.1%
1
chase, cops and robbers0.1%
1
hunters and runners0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


75b. What was the name of the guarded area?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
(No response)67.5%
460
1. [home]9.5%
65
3. [jail]3.7%
25
home base3.2%
22
2. [prison]3.1%
21
goal1.8%
12
den1.3%
9
home free1%
7
base1%
7
safe0.6%
4
zone0.4%
3
homebase0.4%
3
pen0.4%
3
the den0.3%
2
post0.3%
2
prison, jail0.1%
1
can-cane area0.1%
1
lamp circle0.1%
1
safe area0.1%
1
freeze zone0.1%
1
the zone0.1%
1
safe, T.O.0.1%
1
territory0.1%
1
but0.1%
1
free0.1%
1
gool0.1%
1
fort0.1%
1
free zone0.1%
1
red/blue zone0.1%
1
home, safe0.1%
1
castle0.1%
1
jail, home0.1%
1
guarded area0.1%
1
home plate0.1%
1
box0.1%
1
pool side0.1%
1
homeplate0.1%
1
red zone0.1%
1
jail house0.1%
1
free home0.1%
1
shelter0.1%
1
playground0.1%
1
home fee0.1%
1
bases0.1%
1
homefree0.1%
1
it0.1%
1
the jailhouse0.1%
1
house0.1%
1
well guarded0.1%
1
flag0.1%
1
home bass0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


75c. What did you call out when you touched the post to release the prisoners?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
(No response)70.5%
480
2. [home free]12.2%
83
free4%
27
safe1.6%
11
your free0.9%
6
tag0.6%
4
jailbreak0.4%
3
free home0.4%
3
jail break0.3%
2
4. [ollie ollie (home) free]0.3%
2
you're free0.3%
2
home0.3%
2
ally ally oxen free0.3%
2
break free0.1%
1
freedom0.1%
1
can-cane0.1%
1
thire names0.1%
1
ally ally ally all out come in free-o0.1%
1
the name of the prisoners0.1%
1
freebies0.1%
1
1. [(1-2-3) relevio]0.1%
1
tin can lurky 1 2 30.1%
1
allee allee outs and free0.1%
1
olly, olly, ocksen free0.1%
1
your hit0.1%
1
buzz off0.1%
1
nothing0.1%
1
horse on the gallop run sheep run0.1%
1
run sheep run0.1%
1
touch0.1%
1
got you0.1%
1
olli olli olson free oh0.1%
1
unfrozen0.1%
1
I'm free0.1%
1
home base0.1%
1
scott free0.1%
1
fire0.1%
1
all out, home free0.1%
1
free or your it0.1%
1
touche0.1%
1
something about a branch of lilac0.1%
1
tag, you're it0.1%
1
unfreeze0.1%
1
ali ali in free0.1%
1
red light0.1%
1
prison break0.1%
1
outlet0.1%
1
success0.1%
1
the free post0.1%
1
game over0.1%
1
oly oly oxen free0.1%
1
3. [all free]0.1%
1
freeing prisoners0.1%
1
olly olly oxen free0.1%
1
safe, free0.1%
1
you are free. run0.1%
1
freed0.1%
1
free man0.1%
1
free the bunch0.1%
1
free for the bunch0.1%
1
home free, run0.1%
1
go free0.1%
1
let them go0.1%
1
british bull dog0.1%
1
saving the person0.1%
1
ally, ally, all dot free0.1%
1
the prisoners name that was to be released0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


76a. There is (or was) a game played mainly by girls where they bounced a ball against a wall and performed actions (clapping, turning around) before catching the ball.
What did you call that game?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
(No response)80%
545
wall ball1.5%
10
donkey1%
7
3. [ball]1%
7
playing ball0.6%
4
2. [7-Up]0.4%
3
red ass0.4%
3
1. [onesies, twosies...]0.4%
3
catch0.4%
3
jacks0.4%
3
bounce the ball0.4%
3
chance0.3%
2
Dodge Ball0.3%
2
bouncy bouncy bally0.3%
2
Queenie0.3%
2
ball0.3%
2
clapsy0.3%
2
catching clapping0.3%
2
a Larry0.1%
1
retarted0.1%
1
soda pop0.1%
1
girl guide0.1%
1
airy0.1%
1
pitch and catch0.1%
1
bola ball0.1%
1
rhyme0.1%
1
Lillery0.1%
1
playing clapping0.1%
1
Playing Catching0.1%
1
clap in clap out0.1%
1
playing ball against a wall0.1%
1
onesy0.1%
1
dumb0.1%
1
teddy bear0.1%
1
Bouncie Bouncie Ballie0.1%
1
seven-sies sixies0.1%
1
skunk0.1%
1
My mother told me0.1%
1
seven's0.1%
1
clappees0.1%
1
tag0.1%
1
anti-over0.1%
1
O Leary0.1%
1
stupid0.1%
1
O'Leary0.1%
1
Clapsies, Sevensies0.1%
1
ball bounce0.1%
1
sevens0.1%
1
ordinary moving0.1%
1
one two three0.1%
1
jack ?0.1%
1
cat in the cradle0.1%
1
just a game0.1%
1
one o'leary, two o'leary0.1%
1
bollie0.1%
1
paying ball0.1%
1
just ball0.1%
1
tip top drop0.1%
1
bouncy ball0.1%
1
bonciy ball0.1%
1
bounce ball0.1%
1
bouncy bally0.1%
1
bouncy, bouncy, bally0.1%
1
idiocy0.1%
1
Queenie Queenie0.1%
1
bouncy bouncy ball-ee0.1%
1
onesy, twosy0.1%
1
bouncey0.1%
1
Mary says0.1%
1
pole a bear pole a bear0.1%
1
Anti i over0.1%
1
playing ball, wall ball0.1%
1
bouncing a ball ?0.1%
1
never played it0.1%
1
ree (a bit diff rules)0.1%
1
hand ball0.1%
1
slap ball0.1%
1
wallball0.1%
1
volleyball0.1%
1
girls baseket ball0.1%
1
squash0.1%
1
Teddy Bear Teddy Bear turn around0.1%
1
doge ball0.1%
1
ketchball0.1%
1
sevenzies - sixies0.1%
1
playsies ?0.1%
1
basketball0.1%
1
soccer0.1%
1
Bouncy Bouncy Ball0.1%
1
touch ball0.1%
1
playing clapping rolling touch wall touch ground oxo0.1%
1
jax0.1%
1
1-2-3 O'Leary0.1%
1
O X O0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


76b. What words did you say to accompany the actions?
________________________________________________

ValuePercent
Count
(No response)86.3%
588
1. [onesies, twosies...]0.7%
5
3. [[orange crush, Pepsi Cola,...]0.3%
2
none0.3%
2
bouncy bouncy balley0.3%
2
tip top drop0.1%
1
no word0.1%
1
leana-clapsy turn around to backey0.1%
1
red ass0.1%
1
playsies, clapsies, rollies, touch the wall, telphone answer -0.1%
1
one two, turn around three four touch the ground. five six pick up sticks seven eight close the gate. nine ten the big fat hen.0.1%
1
Hickory, dickory (???) Higgledy piggledy ??? My red hen. She lays eggs for gentlemen Baker's man, He bakes bread as fast (quick) as he can.0.1%
1
didn't say anything0.1%
1
bouncy bouncy ball who balls down last0.1%
1
rhyme0.1%
1
my middle name is molly, etc.0.1%
1
tip tap drop0.1%
1
bounce that ball0.1%
1
over0.1%
1
playing clapping rolling folding back the fence telephone answer high ball low ball oxo0.1%
1
Micky mouse went under the house Clapped his hands stomped his feet etc. 0.1%
1
choose a subject eg colours and each would call out a colour like 'red'0.1%
1
one, two, three0.1%
1
donkey...?0.1%
1
Ordinary - Moving - Laughing - Talking - This Hand - The Other Hand etc etc0.1%
1
sevensies ... 6ies 5ies 4ies 3ies 2ies ones-ies0.1%
1
Mary Mack - dressed in black - silver buckles at her back etc, or Ella Ella dressesd in yella Went downstr eet to see her fella etc0.1%
1
one two three o'leary ?0.1%
1
Queenie Queenie Who has the ball Is she big or is she small? Is she the size of a shoppng mall?0.1%
1
little ditti's: handsies, footsies etc... 0.1%
1
counted ?0.1%
1
waterfalls0.1%
1
riddles0.1%
1
called out numbers letters names of animals or objects0.1%
1
Playing Catching rolling folding high ball Touch the wall Low ball Touch the Ground Playing O-X-O0.1%
1
We'd throw the ball and count. Each time the ball was thrown we did our actions. We'd try and count higher.0.1%
1
clap, turn, jump, roll 0.1%
1
turn around `0.1%
1
clapping rolling folding0.1%
1
scrub0.1%
1
shirley temple playing ball.. and that is all0.1%
1
a sing song0.1%
1
one two three O Leary out 0.1%
1
Teddy Bear touch the ground T.T Bear show me your shoe T. Bear T. Bear 22 skidoo0.1%
1
clapping0.1%
1
bouncy - bouncy bally etc0.1%
1
1-2-3 O'Leary 4-5-6 O'Leary 7-8-9 O'Leary 10 O'Leary Catch it.0.1%
1
I'm a girl guide/ all dressed in blue/ These are the actions I can do0.1%
1
bouncy bouncy bally broke the leg on my dolly0.1%
1
one Lillery two Lillery three Lillery four0.1%
1
bingo0.1%
1
My name is Anna and my boyfriends name is Andrew and we come from Alabama and our favourite food is apples...0.1%
1
skunk0.1%
1
counted off letters0.1%
1
hand ball0.1%
1
handses/clapsies/rollses...0.1%
1
catching clapping rolling defolding defencing right hand left hand right foot left foot telephoning answering high ball low ball twirly whirl into the bowl let her bounce...0.1%
1
bouncy bouncy bally I broke my sisters dolly she gave me a whack to pay me back bouncy bouncy bally0.1%
1
counted0.1%
1
queenie queenie0.1%
1
ordinary moving, laughing, talking, one hand, the other hand, one fott, the other foot, clap at the front, clap at the back0.1%
1
catching, clapping, rolling, folding, defencing, telephoning, answering, touch your knee, turn around, touch the ground, right hand lefthand, right leg, left leg, touch your toe, touch your elbow, touch your shoulder, touch the ground, touch the wall and tourn around, that's all0.1%
1
e-neey, I-veey, o-ver0.1%
1
1 2 3 a larry 4 a larry0.1%
1
clapping, rolling, folding, one hand, either hand0.1%
1
mother may I go in to swim0.1%
1
catching clapping rolling folding clap behind your back0.1%
1
lets play ball0.1%
1
A my name is Anne, I come from ... B...0.1%
1
who's got the ball0.1%
1
front to back back to front turn around etc0.1%
1
touch the ground shoe your shoes0.1%
1
various rhymes0.1%
1
Queenie Queenie who has the ball0.1%
1
the mounths of the year0.1%
1
your it0.1%
1
kill0.1%
1
ow0.1%
1
onesies throw and catch it twosies throw clap and catch it threesies throw spin around and catch it foursies throw bounce it off wall and ground then catch fivesies bounce off ground wall and then catch etc to tensies0.1%
1
sang a song0.1%
1
I Broke my sisters dolly. I gave it to her back so Bouncy Bouncy Bally0.1%
1
Micke mouse came out of his house stamped his foot clapped his hands and turned around0.1%
1
stuff about sailors, soldiers, little spanish dancers, cars, etc.0.1%
1
just counted the number of bounces0.1%
1
turn around, touch the ground0.1%
1
playing clapping rolling folding back the fence touch the wall touch the ground touch the wall x y z 0.1%
1
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681

Statistics



Age

ValuePercent
Count
70-7916.4%
112
20-2915%
102
40-4914.2%
97
50-5911.7%
80
60-6911.3%
77
14-1911.2%
76
30-3910.4%
71
over 809.7%
66
TOTAL100%
681


Sex

ValuePercent
Count
f66.2%
451
m33.8%
230
TOTAL100%
681


Education

ValuePercent
Count
Grades 9-1134.9%
238
university30.8%
210
community college25.3%
172
Grades 1-89%
61
TOTAL100%
681


Occupation

ValuePercent
Count
student20.6%
140
housewife11%
75
retired10.9%
74
teacher5.9%
40
nurse4.1%
28
Farmer3.1%
21
secretary1.5%
10
bookkeeper1%
7
clerk1%
7
mechanic0.7%
5
cashier0.7%
5
manager0.6%
4
store clerk0.6%
4
pharmacist0.6%
4
homemaker0.6%
4
civil servant0.4%
3
administrator0.4%
3
hairstylist0.4%
3
truck driver0.4%
3
public servant0.4%
3
federal government0.4%
3
accountant0.4%
3
writer0.4%
3
self-employed0.4%
3
self employed0.4%
3
office manager0.4%
3
mover0.3%
2
activity assistant0.3%
2
labourer0.3%
2
dairy farmer0.3%
2
professional engineer0.3%
2
housewife, secretary0.3%
2
receptionist0.3%
2
bank teller0.3%
2
geographer0.3%
2
educational assistant0.3%
2
journalist0.3%
2
architect0.3%
2
school bus driver0.3%
2
clerical0.3%
2
waitress0.3%
2
artist0.3%
2
maint. co-ordinator0.1%
1
civil engineer0.1%
1
seamstress0.1%
1
equipment operator0.1%
1
store clerk, housewife0.1%
1
financial adviser0.1%
1
housework0.1%
1
federal servant0.1%
1
house cleaning0.1%
1
child care provider0.1%
1
professional0.1%
1
security guard0.1%
1
software quality assurance0.1%
1
engineering tech.0.1%
1
customs analyst0.1%
1
banker0.1%
1
activities assistant0.1%
1
clerk - custodine0.1%
1
stationary engineer0.1%
1
convenience store gas bar operator0.1%
1
museum technologist0.1%
1
writer/editor0.1%
1
admitting clerk0.1%
1
engineer0.1%
1
flooring0.1%
1
practical nurse0.1%
1
merchant0.1%
1
foster parent0.1%
1
customer service0.1%
1
toponymist0.1%
1
receptionist office admin0.1%
1
psychologist0.1%
1
delivery person0.1%
1
foreign service0.1%
1
investment advisor0.1%
1
several0.1%
1
lab technician0.1%
1
school attendant0.1%
1
educator0.1%
1
cook at hospital0.1%
1
Industrial Development0.1%
1
labour0.1%
1
secretarial0.1%
1
food service0.1%
1
clergyman0.1%
1
post master0.1%
1
house maid0.1%
1
auto mechanic - teacher0.1%
1
nurse's aid0.1%
1
book keeper0.1%
1
bank customer service0.1%
1
E.M.T.0.1%
1
plumber0.1%
1
retired farmer0.1%
1
nursing professor0.1%
1
stenographer0.1%
1
babysitter0.1%
1
preschool teacher0.1%
1
diary farmer0.1%
1
home helper and home maker0.1%
1
sales associate0.1%
1
housekeeper and cook0.1%
1
apprentice mechanic0.1%
1
artist goldsmith0.1%
1
pipe layer0.1%
1
pharmacist, musician0.1%
1
service technician0.1%
1
janitor0.1%
1
maintenance0.1%
1
child care/youth worker0.1%
1
computer systems analyst0.1%
1
part time work0.1%
1
painter/tradesman0.1%
1
member service representative0.1%
1
M.S.R.0.1%
1
tv news cameraman0.1%
1
teacher, housewife0.1%
1
marketing/sales0.1%
1
graphic artist0.1%
1
network enforcer0.1%
1
business manager0.1%
1
construction0.1%
1
seasonal worker, housewife0.1%
1
farming0.1%
1
sales0.1%
1
project manager Bell Canada0.1%
1
software engineer0.1%
1
tire technician0.1%
1
minister0.1%
1
tree planter0.1%
1
archivist0.1%
1
aesthetician0.1%
1
Clock Repair Business0.1%
1
customer service rep0.1%
1
WC0.1%
1
cable splicer0.1%
1
government employee0.1%
1
firefighter0.1%
1
teacher, principal0.1%
1
veterinary technician0.1%
1
engagement0.1%
1
student and part time work0.1%
1
information services0.1%
1
financial officer0.1%
1
fitter mechanic0.1%
1
clergy0.1%
1
newspaperman0.1%
1
building system technician0.1%
1
farmer's wife0.1%
1
teacher-aide0.1%
1
teacher/farmer0.1%
1
food prep at Tim Hortons0.1%
1
hairdresser0.1%
1
Registered Nurse0.1%
1
toponymic assistant0.1%
1
planner inco0.1%
1
bookseller0.1%
1
Speech-language pathologist0.1%
1
apartment building owner/manager0.1%
1
lumberjack0.1%
1
health care aide0.1%
1
Bank clerk, government, store retail, public utility manager0.1%
1
activity director0.1%
1
artist, teacher0.1%
1
admininstrative assistant0.1%
1
Chaplain0.1%
1
maintenance man0.1%
1
software designer0.1%
1
hydro worker0.1%
1
business woman0.1%
1
retired mechanic0.1%
1
worked at hospital0.1%
1
management consultant0.1%
1
trucker0.1%
1
mill manager0.1%
1
shool secretary0.1%
1
elementary teacher0.1%
1
financial planner0.1%
1
bank0.1%
1
French teacher0.1%
1
meeting planner0.1%
1
high school counselor0.1%
1
library tech.0.1%
1
professor0.1%
1
administrative assistant0.1%
1
RCMP, journalist0.1%
1
contractor0.1%
1
cook0.1%
1
Finance officer0.1%
1
adjuvant0.1%
1
daycare teacher0.1%
1
staffing and classification assistant, Federal Government0.1%
1
town clerk0.1%
1
general manager0.1%
1
fire department dispatcher0.1%
1
manager of clothing store0.1%
1
public servant, RCMP0.1%
1
laboratory technician0.1%
1
early childhood educator0.1%
1
lawyer0.1%
1
salesman0.1%
1
postmaster0.1%
1
retired nurse0.1%
1
air force0.1%
1
store owner0.1%
1
secretary, manager0.1%
1
nursing instructor, office manager0.1%
1
clerk typist0.1%
1
educator/ nurse0.1%
1
lift operator0.1%
1
unemployed0.1%
1
retired scientist0.1%
1
self employed, public servant0.1%
1
auto mechanic0.1%
1
transportation technician0.1%
1
school0.1%
1
general store owner0.1%
1
clerk, housewife0.1%
1
sales manager0.1%
1
reitred0.1%
1
R.N.0.1%
1
sales clerk0.1%
1
retail service, postal outlet worker0.1%
1
electrician0.1%
1
shipping supervisor0.1%
1
R.N.A. store owner0.1%
1
PBO0.1%
1
translator0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


Occupational Mobility Index

ValuePercent
Count
243.6%
297
331.6%
215
424.8%
169
TOTAL100%
681


Social Class

ValuePercent
Count
173.7%
502
226.3%
179
TOTAL100%
681


Regionality Index

ValuePercent
Count
322.6%
154
120%
136
219.4%
132
714.8%
101
49.4%
64
59.4%
64
64.4%
30
TOTAL100%
681


Region

ValuePercent
Count
Ottawa Valley100%
681
TOTAL100%
681


Place

ValuePercent
Count
Ottawa25.4%
173
Pembroke7.6%
52
Perth5%
34
Almonte4.8%
33
Barry's Bay4.7%
32
Carp4%
27
Renfrew4%
27
Lanark2.6%
18
Hawkesbury2.6%
18
Eganville2.1%
14
Shawville1.9%
13
Carleton Place1.6%
11
Fitzroy Harbour1.6%
11
Arnprior1.5%
10
Osgoode1.3%
9
Woodlawn1.3%
9
Nepean1.3%
9
Kinburn1.2%
8
Stittsville1.2%
8
Smiths Falls1.2%
8
Orleans1.2%
8
Kanata0.7%
5
Cobden0.7%
5
Gloucester0.7%
5
Wilno0.7%
5
Dunrobin0.6%
4
Casselman0.6%
4
Westmeath0.6%
4
Burnstown0.4%
3
Quyon0.4%
3
Bourget0.4%
3
Franktown0.4%
3
Richmond0.4%
3
Aylmer0.4%
3
Pakenham0.4%
3
Manotick0.4%
3
Campbell's Bay0.4%
3
Corkery0.4%
3
L'Orignal0.4%
3
Clayton0.4%
3
Bishops Mills0.4%
3
Ashton0.4%
3
North Gower0.3%
2
Schutt0.3%
2
Petawawa0.3%
2
Foymount0.3%
2
West Carleton0.3%
2
Russell0.3%
2
Kemptville0.3%
2
Middleville0.3%
2
Palmer Rapids0.3%
2
Quadeville0.3%
2
Alexandria0.3%
2
Mountain township0.3%
2
Sharbot Lake0.3%
2
Navan0.3%
2
Kars0.3%
2
Vennachar0.3%
2
Golden Lake0.3%
2
Galetta0.1%
1
Fallbrook0.1%
1
Brudenell0.1%
1
Vernon0.1%
1
Bathurst0.1%
1
Foresters Falls0.1%
1
Calabogie0.1%
1
St Eugene0.1%
1
Rankin0.1%
1
Queens Line0.1%
1
Pontiac0.1%
1
Oxford Mills0.1%
1
Oxford Station0.1%
1
Sarsfield0.1%
1
Whitney0.1%
1
Kenmore0.1%
1
North Augusta0.1%
1
Lake Dore0.1%
1
Charteris0.1%
1
Lochiel0.1%
1
Hazeldean0.1%
1
Vankleek Hill0.1%
1
Finch0.1%
1
Hammond0.1%
1
Clarendon0.1%
1
Killaloe0.1%
1
White Lake0.1%
1
Embrun0.1%
1
McNab0.1%
1
Huntley0.1%
1
Bristol0.1%
1
Douglas0.1%
1
Beachburg0.1%
1
Vanier0.1%
1
Matawatchan0.1%
1
Admaston0.1%
1
Breckenridge0.1%
1
Brightside0.1%
1
Buckingham0.1%
1
Hull0.1%
1
Galbraith0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


Central Place

ValuePercent
Count
O37.7%
257
S18.1%
123
A11.6%
79
P10%
68
B7.8%
53
R6.9%
47
Q4.1%
28
H3.8%
26
TOTAL100%
681


Language Use Index

ValuePercent
Count
079.4%
541
14.7%
32
24%
27
32.2%
15
42.2%
15
81.8%
12
61.6%
11
51.6%
11
91%
7
70.9%
6
100.4%
3
110.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681


Languages

ValuePercent
Count
English84.4%
575
French9.7%
66
Polish1.6%
11
Other1%
7
German0.4%
3
Italian0.3%
2
Lebanese0.3%
2
Dutch0.3%
2
Ukrainian0.3%
2
Finnish0.1%
1
Vietnamese0.1%
1
Lithuanian0.1%
1
Bulgarian0.1%
1
Romanian0.1%
1
Croatian0.1%
1
Hindi0.1%
1
Cantonese0.1%
1
Russian0.1%
1
Irish0.1%
1
Spanish0.1%
1
TOTAL100%
681