Perfect your "eh" before traveling to Canada
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Visitors to Canada should forget about trying to use "eh" to fit in. Only those born here or who have lived here a long time can do it properly. If you don't get it right, you'll come off as either a phoney or a mocker. Best not to try!
There have been many linguistic studies on the use of this expression. For those who really want to know more, here's one:
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