How common is it for native English speakers to actively replace the past tense 'did' with the past participle 'done'? I used to think it was only really done in rather vulgar dialects, but I have increasingly heard this usage now by people who speak otherwise normal Received Pronunciation, or Standard American English:
I done the report. You done it yesterday. He done it already.
I can't help but interpret this replacement of 'did' as sounding somehow uneducated, but is it becoming a standard in some dialects? Is the word 'did' dying out? And do these speakers use the 'done' replacement when switching the word order around in a question; for example, would they say:
Done you do it today?
... or even:
Done you it today?
... instead of:
Did you do it today?