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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regional_accents_of_English

There is considerable variation within the accents of English across ... many of the Irish refugees moved on to other parts of Britain and ...

www.quora.com/How-many-accents-are-there-in-the-British-Isles-and-North-America

There are about 56 main "accent types" in the British Isles (or less ... In parts of Yorkshire, England, the 2nd person singular pronouns and adjectives "thou, thee,  ...

www.quora.com/How-many-British-accents-are-there-in-Britain

Strictly speaking (no pun intended, honest), there are as many accents as there are speakers of English. No two people speak exactly the same way. Each has ...

www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3436997/Do-know-Hank-Marvin-banjaxed-dinner-test-reveal-identify-British-accents-slang.html

Feb 8, 2016 ... According to Expedia, there are 56 recognised accents in the UK and ... but many of us here in Britain are oblivious as to how many different ...

dialectblog.com/british-accents

Features of the accent can be heard around Southeast England, East Anglia, .... “ there are few nations with as many radically different varieties of language in ...

www.babbel.com/en/magazine/royal-family-of-british-accents-7-regional-variants-british-english

However, across the British Isles there is a massive variety of accents and ... If you're wondering how so many distinct accents can coexist on one little ... The Scouse accent comes from Liverpool, a famous industrial port in northwest England.

www.bl.uk/learning/langlit/sounds/regional-voices/phonological-variation

Learn about English accents in the UK. ... people who live in Yorkshire, as locals will insist quite rightly that there are several different types of Yorkshire accent.

www.ask.com/youtube?q=How+Many+Accents+Are+There+In+England&v=FyyT2jmVPAk
Jun 17, 2014 ... Siobhan Thompson performs a tour of the accents of the British Isles - and the ... learn that there are more than just 3 American accents, about 24, actually. .... El creepo magnifico oh and Northern Ireland is 100% UK so you're ...

www.theguardian.com/notesandqueries/query/0,5753,-18336,00.html

Until the 1930s communication between towns was quite limited and so dialects developed. These have been jealously preserved as a means of retaining an ...