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[All-In-1-Min] 2008-03-18, BBC:Keep Your English Up-to-Date

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[All-In-1-Min] 2008-03-18, BBC:Keep Your English Up-to-Date

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Lovely jubbly. Notice the pronunciation, 'lovely jubbly'. There is a kind of resonance there, a rhyming resonance, which is part of the attraction of the phrase.

It's a jocular exclamation. It means excellent, brilliant, great. It's the sort of thing you'd say when you got some good news or had a stroke of luck, 'ah, lovely jubbly'.

Well, would you use it? It depends whether you're influenced by television, I suppose, more than anything else. It's one of the slang phrases that was used by Dell Boy in the television series 'Only Fools and Horses', back in the 1990s. It actually goes back longer than that. These script writers are well aware of some of the earlier usages of phrases like this. In fact, you can take it right back to the 1950s, when there was an ice lolly called a jubbly, and there was an advertising catch phrase, 'lovely jubbly', and the Dell usage, I suppose, has come from that.

It later moved into London slang, mainly, I've heard it elsewhere but mainly in London, for anything that was excellent. I've heard it with reference to food - very tasty food is lovely jubbly food. Lovely jubbly antiques, there are - beautiful antiques, lovely jubbly people. And I guess these programmes are lovely jubbly programmes!

[ vero6220 2008-3-18 17:35 ༭ ]
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Lovely, jubbly, notice the pronouciation, lovely, jubbly, there is a kind of resonance they are rhyming. Resonance which is part of the attration of the phrase. It is a joke.. resc... It means excellent, brilliant, great.

It is a sort of things, its say, when you got some good news or had a stroke of luck, ah, lovely, jubbly. Would you use it? It depends whether you are influenced by television, I suppose, when anything else.  it is one of the slang phrases which was used by Dell Boy in the televison series, "Only fools and horses" back in the 1990s.


It actually goes back longer than that. These ... writer has well aware of the earlier usage of phrases like this. In fact you can take a right back to 1950, when there was an ice lolly called a jubbly, and that was the advertising .. phrase, lovely jubbly.
 
The Dell's usuage, I suppose, has comes from that.
it later move into London's slang mainly. I heard it elsewhere but mainly in London, for anything that was excellent. I heard with reference to food, very tasting food. Lovely jubbly food.
lovely jubbly antique, spr.  beautiful antique. 
lovely jubbly people. And I guess, these programs are lovely jubbly programs.

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Lovely, jubbly, notice the pronouciation, lovely, jubbly, there is a kind of resonance there,a rhyming resonance which is part of the attraction of the phrase. It's a joke.. exclaimation.It means excellent, brilliant, great.

It's a sort of things, its say, when you got some good news or had a stroke of luck, ah, lovely, jubbly. Well,would you use it? It depends whether you are influenced by television, I suppose, more than anything else.  It's one of the slang phrases which was used by Dell Boy in the televison series, "Only fools and horses" back in the 1990s.


It actually goes back longer than that. These script writers are well aware of some of the earlier usages of phrases like this. In fact you can take a right back to 1950s, when there was an ice lolly called a jubbly, and that was an advertising catch phrase, lovely jubbly.
 
And the Dell's usuage, I suppose, has come from that.
it later moved into London's slang mainly. I heard it elsewhere but mainly in London, for anything that was excellent. I heard with reference to food, very tasty food is lovely jubbly food.
lovely jubbly antiquesthere are beautiful antiques
lovely jubbly people. And I guess, these programs are lovely jubbly programs.

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homework

Lovely jubbly. Notice the pronunciation. Lovely jubbly that is a kind of resonance. There are rhyming resonance which is part of the attraction of the phrase. It's a joke like explanation. It means excellent, brilliant, great. It's a sort of thing you say when you got some good news or had a stroke of luck out lovely jubbly. But would you use it, it depends whether you are influenced by televison, I suppose, more than anything else, It's one of the slang phrases which was used by Del Boy in the television series "Only Fools and Horses" back in the 1990s. It actually goes back longer than that, be strict defined as well aware of some of the earlier usages or phrases like this. In fact it can be taken right back to the 1950s when there was an ice lolly called a jubbly. And it was another advertising contraries lovely Jobbly and the Del useage, I suppose,  has come from that. It later moved into London slang mainly. I heard it elsewhere bu mainly in London for anything that was excellent. I heard with reference to food, very tasty food is lovely jubbly food. Lovely jubbly antiques, they are beautiful antiques.Lovely jubbly people. And I guess these programs are lovely jubbly programs.

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Lovely jubbly, notice the pronouciation, lovely jubbly. There is a kind of resonance there, a rhyming resonance, which is part of the attraction of the phrase. It's a jocular exclamation.It means excellent, brilliant, great.

It's the sort of thing/ you'd say when you got some good news or had a stroke of luck, ah, lovely jubbly. Well,would you use it? It depends whether you are influenced by television, I suppose, more than anything else.  It's one of the slang phrases that was used by Dell Boy in the televison series, "Only Fools and Horses" back in the 1990s.


It actually goes back longer than that. These script writers are well aware of some of the earlier usages of phrases like this. In fact, you can take a right back to 1950s, when there was an ice lolly called a jubbly, and there was an advertising catch phrase, "lovely jubbly".
 
And the Dell/ usuage, I suppose, has come from that.
It later moved into London's slang, mainly. I've heard it elsewhere but mainly in London, for anything that was excellent. I've heard it with reference to food: very tasty food is lovely jubbly food.
Lovely jubbly antiques, there are beautiful antiques, lovely jubbly people. And I guess, these programs are lovely jubbly programs.

[ April18 2008-3-17 22:56 ༭ ]
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Homework

 

Lovely Jabaly, notice the pronounciation of lovely jabaly. There is a kind of resonance there, a rhyming resonance which is the part of attraction of the phrases. It's a jocular exclamation. It means excellent, brilliant, great. It's a sort of things you would say when you got some good news or had a stroke of luck, oh lovely jabaly.

 

Where would you use it? It depends whether you are influenced by television I suppose more than anything else. It's one of the slang phrases which was used by Dell boy in the television series, Only fools and horses back in the 1990s. In fact it goes back longer than that. These script writers are well aware of some of the earlier usage of phrases like this. In fact it can take right back to the 1950s when there was an ice lolly called a jabaly. and it was not an advertising catching phrases, lovely jabaly and the Dell usage I suppose has come from that.

 

It later moved into London slang, Mainly. I heard it elsewhere, but mainly in London for anything that was excellent. I heard if refer to food, great tasty food is lovely jabaly food. Lovely Jabaly antiques, Sara, beautiful antiques, lovely jabaly people, and I guess this programs are lovely jabaly programs.

 

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Lovely jobly notice creation who lovely jobly very kind of resinants there every ryning resinants which is part of traction of the trase .

 

It's jokly resination it means exlent bulliant great . It's sort of thing you see when you got some good news hard joke good luck lovely jobly . Would do you use it ? It depends on whether your influence by television oppose more than anything else . It's one of slan prieses would you by dell boy in television series only foods hosts back 1990s .

 

Let us go back longer the nite ,this strip to hear weller well some early usage of prases like this if continue back to 1950 when it was slowly called a jobly and it was not tizing countries lovely jobly and you surpose come true that .

 

At later move into London langugae merely heard where malian London for anything could exlent heard food tasty food is lovely jobly food lovely jobly anty special beautiful anty lovely jobly people . I guess this program is lovely jobly programs .

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