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English language in England

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The English language spoken and written in England encompasses a diverse range of accents .... From some time during the 19th century, middle and upper middle classes began to adopt affectations, in...

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Dec 22, 2013 ... Following an accent tag started by Jade Joddle and with contributions from other YouTube teachers. This is my accent with no particular ...

Which British Isles accents are closest to the general North ... - Quora

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The real reason this accent would have been likely to stay in Middle England whereas Scottish, Irish and the Southwest English accents spread was because ...

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? ... It was [a] in late Middle English (and remains so in Northern England, Scotland, ...

You are what you speak - Aston University

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Those speaking standard English with a Received Pronunciation accent are at ... those speaking with a Northern or Southern accent in the middle, and those ... of rendering that very British sport, of judging someone's intelligence and social ...

Accents and dialects of the UK - British Library

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Commentary for London ( RP ). Michelle speaks with an accent most of us would immediately associate with a middle-class background. Many of the vowel ...

English in Scotland - British Library

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RP — the regionally non-specific accent of the upper middle classes in England — has a negligible presence in Scotland (unlike Wales, for example, where it ...

Case studies on regional accents and dialects - British Library

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Received Pronunciation ( RP ) is the proper term to describe the regionally neutral accent used by many middle class speakers in England. It is widely used as a ...

Accents and dialects of the UK - British Library

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There is a great deal of anecdotal evidence to suggest that in England too, RP — the regionally non-specific accent of the educated middle classes — is no ...

Which accent is more similar to that of the old English ...

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Oct 10, 2006 ... Does the British accent is nearer to the old English? Or the American one? ... Old English was rhotic as was Middle English. This means that /r/ ...

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How much do you know about British accents? | UVIC

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Estuary English was the representative accent of the middle class in southeast England, and Cockney was considered a very typical accent of the traditional ...

British Accents and Dialects | Dialect Blog

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An quick overview of the accents and dialects of the British Isles. ... had already developed independently from Northern Middle English for a few centuries.

Dialects of Middle English

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Kentish was originally spoken over the whole southeastern part of England, including ... The Southern dialect of Middle English was spoken in the area west of ...