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Southern American English

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Southern American English or Southern U.S. English is a collection of related American English ... Southern American English's pronunciation system, the Southern accent, now comprises the larges...

What is the origin of the Southern accent in the US? - Quora

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The Southern Accent is actually pretty diverse and though many of us (e.g., me) can't really hear the differences, the accent in West Texas is very different from ...

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Mar 22, 2013 ... Origin of Southern Accent ... Southern Accent, North Carolina - Duration: 10:12. ... My husband tries to speak without a southern accent!

Rful Southern - PBS

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Most Americans can tell a “Southern accent” from the speech patterns of other regions. Among many sound features recognized as Southern, one in particular ...

Why do yanks compare American southern accent to English ...

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Mar 26, 2010 ... To my British ears, the southern American accents sound a little like southern ... It would be interesting if I could trace the place-of-origin roots of ...

Southern Accent Hypothesis and Question - Straight Dope Message Board

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I've always wondered how the Southern accent developed and at what point .... dialect terms and pronunciations are actually of Scottish origin.

The Curious Case of the American Accent - Neatorama

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Feb 24, 2014 ... Their distinctive accent can still be heard in many Southern regions: “far” ... and that its origin can be traced to early Southern dialects brought ...

When did Americans Stop "Talking British?" | Dialect Blog

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Jun 13, 2011 ... At what point did the American and British accents diverge? ... spoke with what we think of today as a Southern Accent. ..... My mothers side of the family is 7th generation American of Scots Irish origin, and occaisonally I would ...

Why Does a Southern Drawl Sound Uneducated to Some ...

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Dec 10, 2012 ... Stereotypes based on accent are deep rooted and they have profound ... 3 second audio clip of speech in either a Northern or Southern accent.

Why Do Americans and Brits Have Different Accents? - Live Science

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Jan 9, 2012 ... It was the British accent that later diverged. ... speech came into use among the upper class in southern England, in and around London.

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When Did Americans Lose Their British Accents? | Mental Floss

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Jan 17, 2012 ... What a lot of Americans think of as the typical "British accent” is ... not long after the revolution, non-rhotic speech took off in southern England, ...

Linguistics 201: The Dialects of American English

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What is the origin of certain features of Southern English that cannot be .... People who are said to speak "without an accent" are actually speaking with this  ...

Southern Accent (Roman, influence, slaves, historical) - History ...

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Hi, Can someone please tell me what are the origins of the southern US accent. The more I hear, the more it sounds Irish to a certain extent.