This doesn't strike me as "dialect" so much as "accent". > That's also where it changes from we'uns and you'uns to y'all. You'll be able to mark your mistakes quite easily. But the Monash is officially "Monash Fwy". It is my observation that there are, broadly speaking, 2 definitions of "racism" floating around in the USA these days. I noticed greasy pronounced as "greezy" from some people with heavy southern drawls, but not all of them. For some reason, it seems to be in fashion to make fun of people from [Southern?] English is a notoriously difficult language for non-native speakers to learn. However, since it is related to the Latin suffix "plus", meaning "more" (see: quintuple), I make a conscious effort to pronounce it "tuppel" as in couple. (I agree 100% on "Y'all". If it's a spur, then I just use the number. It's nice if you omit the word "linguistically". - There's what I've sometimes heard called the "Mission accent", which can easily be mistaken for New York or Boston if you're unfamiliar with it. My mom is from Rhode Island and Cot and Caught were different for her, but Cot and Cart were pronounced the same! I think "soda" is more of a fallback choice for NC folks, because the term "soda fountain" is more common than the term "pop". It's done a bit differently, but there's an app on phones "The English Dialects app" you can install that will give you some specific features and how they distribute in Britain and Ireland. However, that definition does not encompass much in the way of acts that do not blatantly qualify as racist. It surprised me given I'd only been there a couple years and that you don't hear southern accents very often in Atlanta in any case. In Seattle and Portland it's definitely "I-5." Tonic with the 'ton' pronounced like 'on'is the only way I've ever heard it pronounced. I grew up in Northern Virginia where the vast majority of the population was from somewhere else (school bus rides occasionally broke down into arguments like Aunt/Ant or caught/cot). I do recall there being a "spicy" variant a few years ago that did taste a bit like ginger but, as I can't stand Irn Bru at the best of times, I don't recall the details. Actually I think the map shows the dominant dialect/accent, it doesn't deny the existence of others. All of these are backwards for users in the American English locale and most other locales. I do a mean Down East accent, which is different than the rest of Maine. (Like the fish who asks, "What the hell is water? It's also called the M1. In the Bay Area, between those two, what I often hear is "I took 101 to San Francisco" or "101 was mobbed so I took 280" or "did you come down 85 or 280 to 101?" In fact, the intonation was mastered well in advance of pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary. The episode is https://www.waywordradio.org/regional-term-pitch-in/, I'll also toss in an older dialect survey with maps - http://dialect.redlog.net/maps.html, http://popvssoda.com/statistics/TOTAL.html. "I took the 5.". I was seriously puzzled until one of the people who was with her told me she wanted a Wrap and she was from New Zealand. (I was going to go with Bostonian, Southie, but decided this one was better. i doesn't ask "why add _the_" far enough: "The freeway through the Cahuenga Pass thus became the Cahuenga Pass Freeway, and Angelenos knew the freeway to San Bernardino as the San Bernardino Freeway. My wife and I had been living in Atlanta a couple years when I was speaking over the phone to a coworker in Syracuse, NY. I can remember reading something in Encarta 95 about it. Finally one day I broke down and asked him about it. As I'm sure you are aware, of course you do. Hmm, I was trying to note the distinct New England sound of it. > Calling a non-coke beverage a "Coke" just seems silly though. Thanks. Learn more. I'm from southern NY, and where I grew up, you would refer to state highway 110 as "110" or "Route 110". There are a few open map engines, I guess mapserver and mapnik are 2 of the more prominent ones, and now there are several implementations using OpenGL (aimed at tiled vector maps in browsers). I know HN hates humor but I couldn't help but laugh at the irony. the four-o-one, the four-o-seven), in context it also works for TTC route numbers (the five-o-one, the five-eleven). I mean, five is being used as an ordinal not a cardinal. ), so some confusion as TX was part of the confederacy ('the south') but isn't exactly 'the south', as most 'real southerners' would agree (but not southern leaning TXans). Not only that but there's a pretty clear continuity of dialect _over_ the US Canada border in many places. Well, it is kinda working class phrase I guess. I'm surprised they lump most of English speaking Canada together. I think you underestimate the effect everyday speech has on people. I was raised in Miami, parents from New Jersey. I'm from Durham, NC and for 22 years hadn't heard 'coke' refer to anything other than, well, a coke (I always said soda or soft drink). For a very long time, I thought "ginger" was something used in England for the most part instead of the US. But if one drank a Sprite in the morning and was asked what they drank, they might say coke. If I'm out and about, I'll do a mild form of the regional accent, as appropriate. "Take the four-ten to highway ten then continue north." Empirically, this does not seem to be the case. I've got Sweet Tea and Cokes in the fridge." I-385 is a spur of I-85, etc. How to pronounce I recall seeing a headline for a study a couple of years ago that said that regional accents were actually getting stronger. Browse nearby or related words Never left the country. Drive into upstate NY from Ontario and there's a pretty clear cultural and linguistic continuity in many respects. Our … My father's mother's accent was almost British, but I can clearly remember my mother's mother talking about "worshing" up or going down to the "crick". tuple अंग्रेजी अनुवाद. pronunciation. http://www.businessinsider.com/bannon-rose-60-minutes-interv... https://www4.uwm.edu/FLL/linguistics/dialect/staticmaps/q_79... http://www.tekstlab.uio.no/cambridge_survey/, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7MvtQp2-UA, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIZgw09CG9E, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Globish_(Nerriere), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_English. In the Piedmont, we said "drink." Why would I ever want you to bleed or have a runny nose? Using Dallas highways as an example, "I took 635 to Preston". is also plural. Here in WA, it seems that for single- and double-digit numbers, people usually prepend the prefix - so it's also I-5, not just 5; and I-90, not 90. tuple Except in LA, you are often times referring to roads that aren't part of the Interstate system. You can argue that it should be pronounced a different way, i.e., that he should have chosen differently, but you can no longer argue the correct pronunciation. Pronunciation guide: Learn how to pronounce tuple in English with native pronunciation. We either just use the number (I took 290 to 294 to 88), or we use their name. This is more interesting and readable to me: Would love to see an attempt at one of these for the British Isles. It's good to remember that just because you speak a language, that's not the same as being an expert on language science. But it is flawed in a way that totally erases the existence of many speakers of American-English (unless one wants to make the argument that these communities do not speak American-English, which I think most HN readers can see as absolutely silly). You also had roads like the State Route 110 which turns into Interstate 110 at some point, etc. Rural Ontario, well, that's another story. Just because you're not used to quintuple time. Many small dialects are disappearing, but others are becoming more divergent (out west). The reason it's silly though is because a Coke is materially different from a Pepsi or Sprite or Dr. Pepper. Whereas if I ask "Do all y'all have a ride?" ", "26" is pronounced "Sunset", btw. The metroplex is full of transplants from all over, so there isn't a lot of pressure to talk like a local or something. It might just not sound like any of the native English accents at all. Or must I continue to bleed because you don't have a Band-Aid brand bandage? Y'all is an awesome contraction; should be considered a legit word and imported north. In the Midwest, it's common to refer to short interstate numbers by the letter "I", as in "Drive I-96 until you get to Detroit" (pronounced as 'eye-ninety-six'). But it's also been disproved for just as long. First audio sample is of a woman in Alabama describing a tornado. I'm now curious too. But many series and movies set here insist on referring to. Listen to the audio pronunciation in English. Learn more. Even when my wife pointed it out to me, I literally couldn't hear the difference at first. I presume that's a phenomenon from the "pocket of Midland accent" that I've seen on this and other maps. It seems like you guys have undergone a whole new vowel shift. Aargh. "If you're going to LAX from Ventura, Take Route 101 to I-405." The former being an associated collective. We don't preface highways with I in Chicago. (Don't get me started on 'law'yer vs 'loy'er, though...). I love stuff like this, I've lived in Texas 13 years and have been pronouncing taco wrong until pointed out to me. Pronunciation of calculus with 2 audio pronunciations, 21 synonyms, 6 meanings, 11 translations, 6 sentences and more for calculus. Attribute definition is - a quality, character, or characteristic ascribed to someone or something. -shrugs-. Thats one of the reasons hollywood likes to film in vancouver. Source: married to a Scot that basically lives off the stuff. the habit is spreading as people start leaving socal in larger numbers though. I don't remember much of anything from that class but that was pretty cool. Nice links, I would have never thought of it that way. Just because I'm amused by a particular language difference doesn't mean I wouldn't give you whichever beverage you prefer if I knew what that was. Or maybe chain some highways "I took 121 to 75, then to 635, and I got off at Royal". Then there's another phenomenon that in language history so far has only happened to English: There are more non-native speakers than native speakers. That's also where it changes from we'uns and you'uns to y'all. Having grown up and Oregon and lived in Los Angeles for the past 7 years -- up north it would be "I took I-5 from Seattle to Portland" while in L.A. it would be "I took the 5 from Seattle to Portland." I'm from New York, and I wouldn't say it any other way. My English Dictionary corresponds to what i expected, but it is different in practice it seems. (used when writing some languages) a ~ mark made above a letter, especially n, to show that the…. :-), Fun fact: I'm told that in Dallas, TX "y'all" is singular, the plural of which is "all y'all.". Maybe that has similar roots to the one described here as pin=pen in the San Joaquin Valley, but I'm not too familiar with those parts. It seems the rule where I am is "always show the number" which means indeed they've very good at picking the opposite. We do like our ginger ale though (particularly Vernors, but Canada Dry isn't bad). What other possible way is there to pronounce it? I guess it's what you grew up listening to. I never said there weren't any exceptions). He has a distinctly american accent. Don't know if that's an East vs West coast thing or a Cambridge/Oxford/England vs MIT/Stanford/USA thing. As mentioned elsewhere in the thread, I made a bit of a study in accents, dialects, and colloquialisms. I grew up on the east-coast, but have lived in Santa Barbara for a decade, and I quite embarrassingly said "The 95" instead of "I-95" when visiting home last summer. "), https://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/this-is-water. American (edit: I mean "General American with no obvious southern, northern, eastern, or western features. I mean "Do each of you people here own a car?". People my age (late 30s) and older still do, but the younger generation has picked up "soda.". Country roads often have long names like "Main Neerim Road" or "Warragul Korumburra Rd". Down Eastern tonic pronunciation, as used in a sentence, for those who are curious. Since the map is (as far as I could see) a raster, does anyone have any recommendations on engines that can overlay information on maps (preferably open, ranging from svg + inkscape to a custom osm visualizer). http://allthingslinguistic.com/post/81929757765/cather-wren-... https://www.reddit.com/r/todayilearned/comments/14y6tc/til_m... http://shop.wisconsinhistory.org/productcart/pc/Bubbler-Magn... https://www.waywordradio.org/regional-term-pitch-in/. Also of interest is the "Harvard Dialect Survey" [1], which gives direct questions and highlights the regional variances. That would be fun to use. Next up - an AI that can pinpoint the region where you were raised. Black people are not an outlier, they are an integral part of the society and have been for hundreds of years. in English with ), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypj7J2y-bPQ, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NMrqGHr5zE. The level of detail on this is astonishing. An observant person would note that "tuple" in fact follows the "VCC" form. There's a good radiolab episode about American dialects. Grew up in Pittsburgh so that tends to do it. I call BS on the "don"/"dawn" isogloss on the SF peninsula. If you're intonthis stuff, the Dictionary of Regional American English[0] is pretty great. Jeez, Liverpool itself has several distinct accents, so does Manchester or at least Greater Manchester. Yeah, it's the sunset highway, but I rarely hear anyone call it that (I've lived in Beaverton for 2 decades). In the case of "apple", there are two consonants after the "a" even if you do flip the "le" at the end, so the "a" is short regardless. Which kind of solves that problem. Take a look at the map in the original article. i would have said "the freeway through Cahuenga Pass.". I've spent a bit of time out there in construction (SJ and Salinas Valleys) and most of the time those guys have little discernible accent. Seemed to me like it was some sort of bayes classifier. Maybe the Americans posting on this thread are talking about the second usage? I'm not knocking you for using whichever terms you want. I'd only heard it in TN area. What you mean is you have an generic American "TV accent.". (edit: west of the Willamette, I mean.). i.e. You use context clues. Here is my understanding on the unspoken rules (at least, they were never explicitly taught to me) for how to pronounce English words that you have never seen before. Calling something "North American Regional Dialects and Accents" when they really mean white north american regional dialects and accents strikes me as a racist title choice. The areas covered in either blue slashes or blue hatches (i.e. It's the entire reason I can't get into House of Cards. the hollywood freeway, the san diego freeway, the pasadena freeway. As a kiwi who moved to Australia as a kid, the pin/pen and six/sex (Australians make the number six sound rather hilarious) dichotomy was a constant source of amusement to me :). I can't tell the difference between kleenex and off-brand, but I definitely can tell the difference between Coke and Pepsi. Neither dialect uses just the number on its own. (And of course most 20s-30s types you meet in SF are from somewhere else.). tuple translation and audio pronunciation I think most of this is probably dying out in younger people. How to use attribute in a sentence. Can anyone chime in with the correct AE pronunciation? End of discussion. But for multi-digit, it's virtually never there - it's 405 and 520 (without "the"! tilde definition: 1. Compare the pronunciation of "avi" in "behavior" (Anglo-Saxon) to "pavilion" (Latin). Down here in South Florida (where I live), it's always I-95. Doesn't mean I'm going to stop using it or feel bad about it, but I understand if it's not really understood outside my region and seems like a silly word. I pronounce 'awn' and 'on' in 'lawn' and 'on' the same. I mean "Do you have a car and/or get a ride with someone who has a car?" group of people : bunch of people :: y'all : all y'all. And then we're not specifying what kind of thing it is, so "Take 5". That seems to be a specifically southern California thing. It's a mixed bag. If you check the "other" responses for NC on popvssoda.com, you'll see "drink" and "soft drink" are way more popular in the NC. "I got presents for y'all!" I heard the origin of this is from decades ago when the Mission was an Irish neighborhood. system to adapt its pronunciation, acoustic, and language mod- ... kernel matrix for each pair of dialects using the tuple sequences. ", And I learned there's a subtle distinction between "y'all" and "all y'all". Linguistically, I believe that the Californian usage (e.g., "the 5") is an elliptical construction -- i.e., it's a truncated form of "the 5 freeway". - Nancy Pelosi came from Baltimore and has the accent to boot (I heard a lot of people talking like her in my DC area childhood), but her speech patterns don't sound too far off compared to older San Franciscans. ", https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Pure_Pwnage_characters. Most highways have higher numbers, so it looks more natural without the "the". It is rural Southern Ontario. But that recommendation is probably not worth the paper it's printed on. As a non-native speaker, that's how I would say it because that's how it would be said in my native language. They're famous for almost universally speaking English very well. I haven't personally heard anyone use it in probably two decades, and I've never heard my father or any of his siblings say it, but it was common among those generations when they were still alive. North American Regional Dialects and Accents (2016). Synonym Discussion of attribute. It is not simply the vocabulary, the slang and the strange syntactical and structural rules, English pronunciation also presents a number of challenges for speakers who are used to words being pronounced only one way. Most of the time you'd just ask if they wanted a drink, and by context they knew what you meant. During the fourth and fifth months he would often try to introduce a tonic accent in … Wrong: "I drove down the 5 to that new Sushi-Yoga place". That option has been removed from play. Well, not so much anymore. 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