By W Wolfram and B Ward
American Voices is a set of brief, readable descriptions of varied American dialects, written by way of most sensible researchers within the box. written by means of best researchers within the box and contains Southern English, New England speech, Chicano English, Appalachian English, Canadian English, and California English, between many others attention-grabbing examine the complete variety of yank social, ethnic, and neighborhood dialects written for the lay individual
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Some Characteristics of Texas English As the settlement history suggests, TXE is a form of Southern American English and thus includes many of the lexical, grammatical, and phonological features of Southern American English. As a result of the complex 38 The Lone Star State of Speech AVC06 38 21/7/05, 10:47 AM settlement pattern, however, the South Midland/Southern dialect division that divided areas to the east was blurred in Texas. , snap bean and redbug) and pronunciations (“r-lessness” in words like forty and four), although Southern features were and still are strongest in east Texas.
The youngest speakers do not distinguish between the vowels in these words: they hear them as the same and pronounce them identically. The oldest speakers, however, clearly distinguish between them, while middle-aged speakers vary: in some words the two vowels may be identical, for example in Don and dawn, whereas in others they may make a distinction, as in cot vs. caught. The merger of these two vowels is one of the most vigorous sound changes occurring in North American English today, expanding rapidly across many dialect regions, and Charleston is participating in this change.
The terrain has played a major role in the development of mountain life and culture, and continues to be a source of past and present local tradition. Stereotypes abound about the people who call Appalachia their home. The common assumption is that it is a region lacking in racial and ethnic diversity, populated mostly by whites of European ancestry. But the Smoky Mountains and Appalachia in general were actually settled by diverse groups of people. Coming to the area around 1000 ad, the Cherokee Indians left a strong legacy: Oconoluftee, Nantahala, Hiwassee, Cheoah, Junaluska, Cataloochee, and Cullowhee are just a few of the places whose names pay homage to the Smoky Mountains’ Cherokee settlers.
American Voices by W Wolfram and B Ward