The Kansai-ben final particles で and ど have a function that draws attention to something that the listener might not know. In addition, they can also be used for assertion, question, admonition, and occasionally warning. These final particles are like よ and ぜ in standard Japanese.
Kansai vs. Standard:
|English||No, today is Wednesday.|
|English||You should do your homework at home.|
で vs. ど
Some people may use ど instead of で; ど has a more masculine and rough feeling.
|English||I'm gunna get angry if you don't start behaving yourself.|
で vs. がな
で has a is similar, but weaker, meaning when compared to がな. Please see the がな page for more details.