We have some of the strongest dialects in the country, but that isn't stopping a head teacher from Teesside taking one of them on.
Sacred Heart Primary in Middlesbrough has written to parents asking them to correct their children's English.
They say that telling pupils when - and when not - to use their dialects, will help them in the future.
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