Do people from Delaware have natural Southern accents?
It depends on where in Delaware, and what you consider a "Southern" accent. People who live in southern Delaware, particularly the western portion of Sussex County, have a definite twang and sound "Southern." People who live in northern Delaware often have a "Philly accent." Everyone else sounds pretty normal for the East Coast, although of course there are some terms specific to Delaware and certain words that we pronounce differently.
Yes we have accents. Many of them! All people in the world have accents. Language cannot be used without accents.
There are a wide variety of areas within the United States that are known to have people with different accents. The people of Boston, New York City, and New Jersey, for example, typically have distinctive accents. The same can be said for individuals from southern states such as Texas or Louisiana.
Yes, they have American accents.
No, they have Irish accents.
The people who settled in new jersey and delaware were from england, but the people who founded new jersey were john berkeley and george carteret.
"Southerly" describes the culture in the southern states. It could be used to describe accents, the way you dress, etc. It is a common misconseption that southern people are more like cowboys or hicks.
coltish people have Scottish accents; garlic people have Irish accents
It depends on where you go. If you go to an urban area, like Dallas, or Houstan, most people will speak like anyone else in the US. If you go to a rural area, you'll hear a lot of southern accents. Especailly if you are in East Texas.
We do. Everyone has a different accent according to someone else. Within the US there are many different accents. I live in the south and we have a southern accent. People from the North east have what we down south call a Yankee accent. People from the Midwest have a distinct accent from other parts of the country.
accents do nothing. They just make it hard for other people to understand you.
Among people who do not speak English, they frequently say that people speaking English sounds to them like ducks quacking. The "General American Accent" is accepted by much of the world as "How Americans speak". This is the general dialect spoken by announcers on television and is common in the mid-western part of the country. As to liking or disliking it, most people listening to it have no opinion. It is seen as bland and… Read More
Yes. We hear our own regional accents easily, usually by how nasal our vowel sounds are. I understand that when trying for an American accent, most people lock onto the southern accent, but this is the extreme. If you want to see a Brit doing a perfect American accent, watch Hugh Laurie in the TV series "House".
Southern California, right?
Yorkshire accents are associated with people living in Yorkshire, in industrial communities and in rural and farming communities. There are many dialects and accents in Yorkshire.
Yes, but they are usually as unconvincing as Americans trying to do British accents.
Colonial Delaware's economy depended upon trade, farming and natural resources. People of Delaware earned their livelihood from ship building, iron works, fishing, trading and lumber/timber industries.
as Cuban surely? People have accents depending on where they come from. You can have several different accents in one country.
People visit Delaware?...
Sure do, bruddah!
There are hundreds of British accents and they originated where people lived and worked. Before WW2 in Britain,people did not move around a lot and many local dialects and accents thrived and still existed in rural areas into the 1970's.
The southern colonies were founded because it was discovered that these colonies were rich in natural resources. People thought that the southern colonies would make them rich.
People learn accents the same way they learn any other aspect of a language, by imitating what they hear.
why did people move to Delaware colony
most of people in delaware come from england
It depends what part of the state you live in. I live in Branson and people here have southern accents, but that's really close to the Arkansas border. I've heard people from St. Louis and they sound like they have a northern accent, like Chicago!
For the same reason most people don't sing with an accent ... they're matching the syllables to the music and that negates most accents.
Because it's unique and she's has a lovely sounding voice, people seem to love Brittish (english,welsh,scottish) accents and Irish accents, and rihanna's accent sounds abit Irish. Jamaicin accents are awesome:)
There are 225,426 in Delaware who are enrolled in Medicaid. There are approximately 157,289 people in Delaware enrolled in Medicare.
Yes. English speaking Welsh people tend to have a slightly different accent from natural Welsh speakers and both are different from other accents in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Yes, very much so. Aussie accents are all the rage in American advertising.
their is 1.6 million people who smoke in Delaware
People who are from the state of Delaware are referred to as Delawareans.
the people that lived in Delaware were puritans (not true)
The people of Delaware came from Sweden, Holand, and England.
rum, barrels, woods, cookies,people,dissect,eskomo,love,holly rights, and you
I really think it doesn't make a difference. I know people with broad Glasgow accents who speak Italian beautifully.
People from different area's of the United States can have different accents. So, essentially, if you're not from Minnesota, you may think that someone from that state has an accent.
Lenni Lenape means men of men or originial people. The Lenni Lenape tribe were called the Delaware Indians by Europeans. They lived in New Jersey, Delaware, southern New York and eastern Pennsylvania in the 1600s.
The accent of New Jersey is different than New York.
The accents become weaker in such cases, but return rapidly when speaking with people from home.
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People in the south of Ireland have different accents. There is not one single accent. Like anywhere in the world, different areas have different accents, even when those areas are close together. So there are lots of different accents in the south of Ireland, depending on where exactly you are.
No. From experience.
Everyone has some kind of accent.
That depends on the person.
Because they do
It happened when they started talking
With many different accents.