The regional accents of English speakers show great variation across the areas
where English .... The Hebrides islands for the most part do not fall into what is
now considered a typical Scottish ac...
Aug 29, 2005 ... On the hot, humid streets of New Orleans, Louisiana, it's easy to pick out the
locals with just one word: "'Nawlins". That's the name of their fair ...
Nov 28, 2010 ... Why do people in different areas speak differently? Where do accents come from,
how do they change and/or survive over time and why do we ...
Everyone has one, whether you think you do or you don't. Those who speak
English as a second language have what many regard as “foreign” accents, but ...
Jan 9, 2012 ... At the time of the American Revolution, Americans and British people spoke the
same. It was the British accent that later diverged.
From the information that is coming more into light than what was previously
thought out to be, ... Additionally, we have to ask how does any accent originate.
Oct 28, 2006 ... What creates accents? It's obviously not genetic, so it must be environmental
influences, but how did they originally start? I've always liked the ...
This means every one who speaks has an accent. To speak is to have an accent.
Where do accents come from? Well, accents don't really "come from" anywhere ...
Jan 18, 2008 ... I'm interested to know how is it that accents develop independently. For instance,
when the English came to America I'm sure everyone spoke ...
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Jul 19, 2013 ... Why is it that your location dictates the way you speak? Where did it all start?
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