We're going to the store. Wanna come with?How far this pattern extends is something that folks here in Wisconsin have been wondering about. For instance, speakers give different reactions to something like this:
I'm calling from the park.This weekend, the missus and me heard a native Wisconsinite use something I hadn't heard before, namely:
Oh, are the kids with?
Just a father taking a child on a trip and the mother not with.I've only talked to one native speaker of Upper Midwestern English about this, and their response was 'I don't think I can get that.'
So, folks, is that grammatical for you or not?