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Map of American Accents (25 pics)

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Cool map of American accents.

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№1 Author: bowlervtec (7 Jun 2013 01:55) Total user comments: 1365


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most are true for me. im from the NW.
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№2 Author: MathIsHard (7 Jun 2013 03:25) Total user comments: 1404


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The last one is gold, but the first one is missing 'youse' e.g. yous guys
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№3 Author: capt.huffnpuff (7 Jun 2013 04:47) Total user comments: 2801


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i.e., the U.S. is till separated by the Mason-Dixon line.
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№4 Author: Forfattare (7 Jun 2013 07:56) Total user comments: 897


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As a Mexican living in the border with texas and as a no native english speaker, I was practicing :04: all those examples out loud, it helped me a lot, thanks
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№5 Author: mashie5 (7 Jun 2013 14:53) Total user comments: 1357


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all are pretty accurate for where i live except for #19. i live in the darkest part of blue and i say and hear people say sir-up. although hearing sear-up is pretty common too.
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№6 Author: Gi-Joe (7 Jun 2013 15:36) Total user comments: 960


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This was great and really on point for my area.
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№7 Author: kryptor (7 Jun 2013 17:47) Total user comments: 4510


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I was born in South Carolina, Myrtle Beach to be specific. I grew up there just long enough to have a very thick southern accent ... then the family moved to, of all places, Cleveland Ohio. A very, Not-White city. I learned to fight very quickly.
Amazing was the hate I received just because of my accent.
I've lived in the north for so long my southern accent is all but gone. Just a few words give me away. I've been 'Yankee-ized' as my family back home likes to call it. I'm not from the north and I no longer fit in, in the south. Now I live in Alaska ... everybody has an 'accent' up here. Russian, Korean, Japanese, damn Texans, Minna-sotenze. Home sweet home.
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№8 Author: adzhoe (7 Jun 2013 19:12) Total user comments: 14959


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tis' but a micro example, more research please...
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№9 Author: Lu (7 Jun 2013 21:04) Total user comments: 15082


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Yankee stuff.
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№10 Author: Kendaleros (9 Jun 2013 04:11) Total user comments: 369


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America is a continent not a country! :13:
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