Equivalent to the American "huh?" or "right?"
Usually used to prompt a person to respond to what was said. or to indicate a lack of understanding.
Dave: You're damn right.
2) Dave: The dog is red and the sky is grey.
See below examples..
2) Aw ya kuteh
3) ish dun relleh care
4) never liked yeh anyway
5) She's alredeh minee
6) ima kik yur booteh
2) "Nice day, eh?"
"Yeah. It's nice and sunny, eh?"
"Yeah. Did you catch the hockey game last night, eh?"
"No, eh. I was watchin'a movie."
"Oh. It was a good game, eh."
"Oh I'll bet, eh..."
"Oy it was too, eh!"
"All you ever talk about is hockey, eh? Never nothin' else!"
"Well I am a Canuck, eh?"
"Oh. Right. Yeah we're both Canucks, eh?"
"Yeah we are, eh."
"Oh...Nice day, eh?"
Can also be used as a re-inforcing tool when speaking.
Also used to make sentences into rhetorical questions.