Why you shouldn’t get salty if your child ‘speaks YouTube’

The Guardian reports …

As Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers once sang, the difference between British and American English used to come down to whether someone said “tomato” or “tomAto”. Now though the lines are becoming increasingly blurred as the words, intonation and accent used by US internet stars are adopted by their young British fans.

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