Theory:

  1. “Id is an ardt! — “It is an art
  2. “What a beaudiful biece!”  What a beautiful piece!
  3. “When do you wand dem?” When do you want them?
  4. “Tomorrow fordnighd?” Tomorrow fortnight?
  5. “I will ask my brudder.  I will ask my brother
  6. “ld shouldn’d’ave greaked.  It shouldn't have creaked
  7. “You god dem wed before dey found demselves. You got them wet before they found themselves.
  8. “Zome boods, — Some boots,
  9. “are bad from birdt. If I can do noding wid dem I take dem off your bill.” — are bad from birth. If I can do nothing with them, I take them off your bill.
  10. “Dose are nod my boods. Those are not my boots.
  11. “Id ’urds’ you dereIt hurts you there
  12. Dose big virms ’ave no self-respect.Those big firms have no self-respect.
  13. Dey get id all,” he said, “dey get id by advertisement, nod by work. Dey take id away from us, who lofe our boods. Id gomes to dis— bresently I haf no workEvery year it gets less.They get it all. They get it by advertisement, not by work. They take it away from us, who love our boots. It comes to this — presently I have no work. Every year it gets less.
  14. “I am breddy well, but my elder brudder is deadI am pretty well, but my elder brother is dead.
  15. Do you wand any boods?Do you want any boots?
  16. I can make dem quickly; id is a zlack dime.I can make them quickly; it is a slack time.
Reference:
National Council of Educational Research and Training (2007). Honeycomb. Quality (pp. 71-78). Published at the Publication Division by the Secretary, National Council of Educational Research and Training, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi.