"Innit" is put at the end of a question or statement meaning either:
- Do you agree?
- Are you following me/Do you understand?
"Innit has classically been added at the end of a sentence that contains the verb "to be", as "ISn't it" obviously refers back to a conjugation of the this verb. (See example 1.)
These days though, "innit" can be used eventhough the verb in the main sentence is not a form of "to be". (See example 2)
Example 2: Cake GOES well with tea, innit?
Contraction of "isn't it", "isn't he/she", "aren't they", "isn't there" and many other end-of-sentence questions. For greatest effect use in places where it would make no sense whatsoever if expanded.
2. General positive exclamation meaning "yes, I agree!"
"Yo look at my new car innit!"
2. Raj: "Da Matrix is to'ally cool!"
1) they have tried to invent their own language
2) this is because they do no understand standard English
3) they use their "pikey-speak" to communicate with other like chavs
4) they speak in a pattern:
5) (noun), (obscene word), (verb), (subject), (innit)!
6) the pattern of speech repeats itself
7) the order may be altered according to IQ of the chav
You: Still at work, innit.