Southern American English or Southern U.S. English is a collection of related
American English ... The Southern U.S. dialects, which have largely superseded
an older set of .... African American Sou...
Why do Southerners (U.S.) speak with a 'drawl' General Questions. ... We have
discussed this in GQ two times that I was involved in and there ...
Oct 22, 2011 ... Do people with Southern accents speak slower than Northerners? ... One of the
salient features of Southern drawls and/or twangs, of course, ... least some)
vowels longer than Northerners then how do they both still have the ...
I knew this girl from memphis that sounded like a valley girl from california, but yet
her brother and the rest of her family spoke with a deep southern drawl. so is it ...
Aug 5, 2014 ... Do Southerners really speak more slowly than other English speakers? ... White
speakers tend to clump up regionally, and have apparently ... “In common
parlance, the southern drawl is a synonym for southern accent […] ...
Any Southerner with a drawl or a twang in the voice is subject to derision,
particularly ... “Many Indians in America do not have their own language,” Grant
says in ...
The accents heard in our southern states come from two separate origins. The '
drawl' that is common among Caucasian southerners originates from England.
May 5, 2016 ... Southerners with a heavy country accent don't say tire like you do. ... have a
unique Southern accent, and not so much the slow drawl of our ...
It seems to have more to do with S'es turning into Ds when they precede an N.
Thus "business" ... Lilts and drawls are the two best-known features of Suthern.
Feb 9, 2010 ... Why do yanks compare American southern accent to English .... Are there Brits
who have a drawl like Southerners, i.e. "cahyit" instead of "cat", ...