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What dialect do you speak?


Mine is Southern Appalachian :)



Oops. I forgot to add the link...


Americans move a lot, so it's not just about where you live now, but where you were born or where your parents were from that will determine an accent.  I was born in New Jersey raised by Philadelphian parents but grew up in Louisiana.  I do not have a Louisianian accent, however.  Better to take the test to see what your accent is.

I don't have the stereotypical New York City accent. At all. x) 


I thought you were going to post a quiz like this one:

Apparently I have an 88% Boston accent :P


Unfortunately, I don't know what my spoken dialect is. because I can't differentiate between the English dialects. but i guess it's a mixture of them :D
But when I answered the quize posted by Stephanie, the result was Northeastern and this was their comment "This could either mean an r-less NYC or Providence accent or one from Jersey which doesn't sound the same. Just because you got this result doesn't mean you don't pronounce R's.(People in Jersey don't call their state "Joisey" in real life)"


Indonesian English :(


It's interesting, if quiz results in Stephanie's link, do make sense for a non-native speaker ?...

I would think so Valentin if you learned that dialect from a native speaker.

I will speak with either a flat Midwestern or quick New England accent.  I will never speak with a Southern accent.  The southern drawl really annoys me. Southerners speak too slowly with prolonged vowel sounds. It takes them twice as long as New Englanders to speak. Please, don't ever talk to me with a Southern accent. I don't have all day to hear y'all from the trailer parks of the hill country.

There is a youtube video of somebody who speaks English in 24 accents.


I like to speak the German English, Mexican English, London, Midwestern, New England, Scottish English, Indian English and Australian accents.  :)  


How many different English accents do you like to speak?

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