Habitual “be”: He be mean to me. (meaning: he is habitually mean to me.)
He mean to me. (meaning: he is being mean to me right now.)
She BEEN married. (stressed “been” meaning she’s been married a long time and still is.)
Multiple negative inversion: Can’t nobody beat ‘em.
idiot (mocking): yo yo yo g-dawg fo shizzle i done popped a cap in that bitch's ass
idiot 2: yo that was ill... yo that was dope... yo that was safe... yo that was murked... to every possible and inappropriate situation
me: *two bitch slaps*
what up, or what up playa. After you says something, you can say b-otch. You can be sayin' yo mama a lot of da time. It's betta if you wears some bling or be in a car that bouces when you says Ebonics. Do you gots it?
2.)language used to put a twist on specific words to tweak it to a certain style (like southern) so specific people can understand
2.) a.Is you goin' to chuch?
b.You didn't bring your huntin' boots widjadidja?
They came to meet me= They come meet me
They were eating= They was eating