Some local expressions and words which are not standard English:
The man horned loudly.
The man sounded his horn loudly.
In standard English, horn is a noun, not a verb.
Chop this form, please.
Please stamp this form.
In standard English, chop means “to cut into pieces”.
Please off the lights when you leave the room.
Please switch off the lights when you leave the room.
In standard English, on and off are not verbs.
We cannot cut buses on this busy road.
We cannot pass (or overtake) buses on this busy road.
Open the lights. Open the screw.
Switch on the lights. Loosen the screw.
In standard English we cannot “open the lights”, though we can “open the door”.
I will follow you to the party,
I will go with you to the party.
In standard English, follow means “to go behind”.