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  1. Most factors focus on the first half of the twentieth century, though a basic General American pronunciation system may have existed even before the twentieth century, since most American English dialects have diverged very little from each other anyway, when compared to dialects of single languages in other countries where there has been more time for language change (such as the English ...

  2. American English varieties include many patterns of pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar and particularly spelling that are unified nationwide but distinct from other English dialects around the world. Any American or Canadian accent perceived as lacking noticeably local, ethnic or cultural markers is popularly called "General" or "Standard ...

  3. Overview. Dialects can be defined as "sub-forms of languages which are, in general, mutually comprehensible." English speakers from different countries and regions use a variety of different accents (systems of pronunciation) as well as various localized words and grammatical constructions; many different dialects can be identified based on these factors.

  4. 29/04/2020 · Americans speak dialects of English based on the region where they grew up, most likely. So, an American might run into a convenience store to grab a soda or grab a pop. An American might say they’re eating a lollipop or quite possibly a sucker. An American might say they’re going to pahk the cah, or they’re going to park the car.

  5. 21/12/2013 · About This Quiz. The data for the quiz and maps shown here come from over 350,000 survey responses collected from August to October 2013 by Josh Katz, a graphics editor for the New York Times who ...

  6. In other American dialects the sound is closer to , and often firmly strong (rough) in Peruvian Spanish dialect. [ citation needed ] Very often, especially in Argentina and Chile, [ x ] becomes fronter [ ç ] when preceding high vowels /e, i/ (these speakers approach [ x ] to the realization of German ch in ich ); in other phonological environments it is pronounced either [ x ] or [ h ] .

  7. Celebrate the season with the Smithsonian American Art Museum! Kids will enjoy winter-themed crafting, face painting, and story time under the twinkle lights in the Kogod Courtyard. Get in the holiday spirit with a reading of The Nutcracker , groove to the beat of DJ Harry Hotter, and embark on a scavenger hunt in the galleries to find winter-themed artworks.