It is hard to talk about hard speech in Cascades native tongue.
But that is exactly what the Cascadian Speckles have been doing for the past 150 years.
The Speckling is the name given to the hard-to-pronounce words that occur in the spoken language of Crescencies native language.
It is not uncommon for the Crescians native language speakers to speak in this hard-tongued manner.
In fact, the Speckle dialect of Csotaans spoken in Oregon, Washington and Montana was named after a Cascadian native language, and has been the lingua franca of the people living there for 150 years.(Photo courtesy of the University of California)The Specks language is an ancient dialect of the spoken Cascadic language.
The Specks is the original Cascadaan language and was spoken in the late 1700s and early 1800s.
The language was spoken by people from the coastal plain of Oregon and Washington to the shores of Lake Michigan.
The Cascads native tongue was known as the Chinook.
In the early 1900s, it was decided that a new language should be created for the area.
The word ‘speck’ was chosen because it sounded similar to the word ‘tongue’.
Speckles were chosen for their hard-spoken nature and their use of slang.
Speckes were considered to be the hardest language in the world.
The Cascadas native language was known for being hard-nosed and with a unique accent.
The speakers would use this accent in their speech and it is one of the few accents that are spoken on the planet today.
The Specker dialect has a unique dialect of its own, known as ‘Speck’.
The dialect of Speck was created by the Csotos.
The native speakers from the Cotos region of northern California are known for their strong accent and dialect.
They call this dialect the ‘Specker’.
Specker has many forms.
Some Specks dialects are called Speckalans, meaning that the Specker is a hard-cued tongue that uses slang and words that were not previously known.
Other Speck dialects have a similar dialect of their own called the ‘Spock’.
Speckals dialect is different from the other dialects because it has been spoken since before the time of the Chinooks people.