Prairie regionalisms are words or expressions that originate and are used in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. For example, a "meat shoulder" is not just a cut of meat; it's a game played at a Manitoban social gathering where one person pats a piece of meat on another's shoulder!
Are you well versed in Prairie talk? To find out, fill in the blanks in the sentences below with the correct Prairie word or expression.
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