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Posted by: Aaediwen 07-Dec-2006, 10:08 PM
I normally don't post these things, but hey there's the forum for it and I'm sitting here browsing blogthings filling out tons of them.

Your Linguistic Profile:

65% General American English

15% Dixie

15% Yankee

0% Midwestern

0% Upper Midwestern

What Kind of American English Do You Speak?

http://www.blogthings.com/whatkindofamericanenglishdoyouspeakquiz/

Posted by: haynes9 07-Dec-2006, 10:25 PM
***Your Linguistic Profile:***

70% General American English

15% Dixie

5% Midwestern

5% Upper Midwestern

0% Yankee

That's me! Plain vanilla!

Posted by: Lady of the Loch 08-Dec-2006, 05:51 AM
Your Linguistic Profile:
70% General American English
15% Dixie
5% Midwestern
5% Upper Midwestern
0% Yankee


Posted by: maisky 08-Dec-2006, 01:17 PM
50% General American English

15% Upper Midwestern

15% Yankee

5% Midwestern

0% Dixie

15% Idaho Deviant

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Posted by: Roberto Phoenix 08-Dec-2006, 07:02 PM
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Wha, No Yooper? Dere somethin funny going on here, eh?

Posted by: Shadows 09-Dec-2006, 06:54 AM
***Your Linguistic Profile:***

70% General American English

20% Dixie

5% Yankee

0% Midwestern

0% Upper Midwestern

What Kind of American English Do You Speak?
http://www.blogthings.com/whatkindofamericanenglishdoyouspeakquiz/

OK that is only 95%! I guess they don't allow for the 5% Arcadian that I am so often accused of speakin with> LOL!


Posted by: Sekhmet 09-Dec-2006, 10:55 AM
That test is stacked...I speak Pittsburghese dangit! Totally different. LOL

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Posted by: Antwn 09-Dec-2006, 10:56 AM
Can y'all tell I grew up in the South?

**Your Linguistic Profile:***

45% General American English

30% Dixie

10% Upper Midwestern

10% Yankee

0% Midwestern

Posted by: WizardofOwls 09-Dec-2006, 11:07 AM
Your Linguistic Profile:

55% General American English

30% Dixie

5% Midwestern

5% Yankee

0% Upper Midwestern

What Kind of American English Do You Speak?

http://www.blogthings.com/whatkindofamericanenglishdoyouspeakquiz/

Hmmmm.... Interesting....

Posted by: stevenpd 09-Dec-2006, 11:51 AM
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Posted by: stoirmeil 09-Dec-2006, 01:57 PM
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Yankee. Well, I could have told you that smile.gif

Posted by: Dreamer1 09-Dec-2006, 08:25 PM
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Gee, I grew up in Ohio, my parents are from Indiana, and Hubby and I have lived in New England for over 20 years now --- where did the Dixie part come from?? I'm surprised! Fun quiz, though, thanks!

Dreamer1

Posted by: gettin-away 10-Dec-2006, 09:01 AM
***Your Linguistic Profile:***

65% General American English

25% Upper Midwestern

5% Midwestern

0% Dixie

0% Yankee


Michigan it is.

gettin-away

Posted by: BluegrassLady 30-Dec-2006, 02:46 PM
50% General American English
20% Upper Midwestern
15% Dixie
5% Midwestern
5% Yankee

I was born in Canada, lived in Michigan and now reside in Kentucky. Guess I'm adaptable. biggrin.gif

BGL smile.gif

Posted by: stoirmeil 30-Dec-2006, 02:50 PM
QUOTE (Sekhmet @ 09-Dec-2006, 11:55 AM)
That test is stacked...I speak Pittsburghese dangit! Totally different. LOL

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Oooohh . . .I know Pittsburghese. You're right -- it IS different.

What is really mystifying to me is "General American English." What in the world is that? Probably a product of broadcast media news anchors, who are supposed to speak "middle American." Our British friends refer to their analogue as "pure BBC." smile.gif

Posted by: Nova Scotian 30-Dec-2006, 04:50 PM
This is defiantly me. However, growing up in New Jersey, my wife says my yankee accent really comes out when we're visiting there. Canadians I work with say they hear Atlantic Canada twang in my pronunciations as well.


***Your Linguistic Profile:***
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50% General American English

20% Yankee

10% Dixie

10% Upper Midwestern

% Midwestern

What Kind of American English Do You Speak?
http://www.blogthings.com/whatkindofamericanenglishdoyouspeakquiz/

Posted by: MDF3530 31-Dec-2006, 04:24 PM
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This is so me cool.gif .

Posted by: MDF3530 31-Dec-2006, 04:30 PM
QUOTE (Roberto Phoenix @ 08-Dec-2006, 07:02 PM)
Wha, No Yooper? Dere somethin funny going on here, eh?

I tink dat'd be under da "Upper Midwest" classification, my friend tongue.gif biggrin.gif cool.gif .

Posted by: CelticRose 01-Jan-2007, 06:05 AM
I was born in California, but my mother was born and raised in the south. My dad was born in Michigan. Most folks who hear me talk say I have a wee bit of southern accent...go figure!

Your Linguistic Profile:
55% General American English
15% Upper Midwestern
15% Yankee
10% Dixie
0% Midwestern



Posted by: TheCarolinaScotsman 01-Jan-2007, 01:03 PM
I keep telling everyone I'm just an ole country boy.

***Your Linguistic Profile:***

45% Dixie

35% General American English

10% Yankee

5% Midwestern

0% Upper Midwestern

Posted by: Monarchs Own 01-Jan-2007, 01:25 PM
Your Linguistic Profile:

60% General American English

20% Dixie

10% Yankee

5% Upper Midwestern

0% Midwestern

What Kind of American English Do You Speak?

http://www.blogthings.com/whatkindofamericanenglishdoyouspeakquiz/

Posted by: Muircheartach 01-Jan-2007, 09:52 PM
Hi all,

So, here's my Anglo linguistic make-up:

Your Linguistic Profile:
60% General American English
20% Yankee
10% Dixie
5% Upper Midwestern
0% Midwestern

As you can see, Monarchs Own is my sister - Nicht ist das, Schwester recht? cheers.gif

Happy New Year!

Posted by: valpal 59 30-Jan-2007, 09:17 AM
Your Linguistic Profile:

55% General American English

20% Dixie

10% Yankee

5% Midwestern

5% Upper Midwestern

What Kind of American English Do You Speak?

http://www.blogthings.com/whatkindofamericanenglishdoyouspeakquiz/

Posted by: pretentiouswombat 17-Mar-2007, 04:02 PM
<table style="color: black;" align=center border=1 bordercolor=black cellspacing=0 cellpadding=2><tr><td bgcolor="#A8FFB3" align=center><font style='color:black; font-size: 14pt;'><strong>Your Linguistic Profile:</strong></font></td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#D9FFD8">35% Dixie</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#A8FFB3">30% General American English</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#D9FFD8">20% Yankee</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#A8FFB3">10% Upper Midwestern</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#D9FFD8">0% Midwestern</td></tr></table><div align="center"><a href="http://www.blogthings.com/whatkindofamericanenglishdoyouspeakquiz/">What Kind of American English Do You Speak?</a></div>

One thing that I know people look at me funny when I say is Kitty Cornered. I don't know if it comes from New England (where I was born) but it definitely isn't from down South! I've lived in the South since 1962 so I certainly should talk like I'm from Dixie. :-)

Posted by: pflanary 16-May-2007, 02:48 PM
50% General

20% Dixie--Hey, I grew up in and lived in the South most of my life--this should be higher.


10% each Upper Midwestern and Yankee--where the heck did these come from?? I have never even been in the Upper Midwest--maybe my secretary is rubbing off on me--she's from Wisconsin. I knew I had some Yankee contaminationn from living up North and out West for a while

Posted by: John Clements 17-May-2007, 05:20 AM
Born in Brooklyn, need I say more.

Posted by: Senara 17-May-2007, 12:11 PM
first off it's not a drinking fountain nor is it a water fountain...it's a BUBBLER!!!!! but did they think to ask that....noooooooooooooooo

wonder where my last 5% went too....hrmmmm....

Your Linguistic Profile:
60% General American English
20% Yankee
10% Upper Midwestern
5% Dixie
0% Midwestern

Posted by: TheCarolinaScotsman 17-May-2007, 12:51 PM
QUOTE (Senara @ 17-May-2007, 02:11 PM)

wonder where my last 5% went too....hrmmmm....


Got washed away in the bubbler. wink.gif

Posted by: pflanary 21-May-2007, 01:04 PM
You must have MidWestern contacts. I had never heard the term bubbler until my office manager, who is from Wisconsin, used it and explained it to me.

Posted by: Haggishead 07-Nov-2007, 04:10 PM
Your Linguistic Profile:

60% General American English

20% Yankee

15% Dixie

0% Midwestern

0% Upper Midwestern

Posted by: Senara 26-Nov-2007, 02:33 PM
QUOTE (pflanary @ 21-May-2007, 01:04 PM)
You must have MidWestern contacts. I had never heard the term bubbler until my office manager, who is from Wisconsin, used it and explained it to me.

*waves* born and raised cheesehead...everyone needs to use Bubbler more often as far as I'm concerned...heheh

Life is just better that way....

Posted by: Irish Stepper 26-Nov-2007, 04:40 PM
60% General American English

20% Dixie

10% Upper Midwestern

5% Yankee

0% Midwestern

Posted by: sisterknight 27-Nov-2007, 10:07 AM
okkkaaaayyyy..... hummm.....

says i'm 60% general american
15% yankee
10% upper mid west
5% dixie
5% midwestern



so the missing 5% proves that i'm canadian, eh???? they don't give all the proper choices either, do they?

Posted by: tsargent62 05-Dec-2007, 02:16 PM
65% General American English

20% Upper Midwestern

5% Dixie

5% Yankee

0% Midwestern


I can't help the "y'all" thing. I was in the Army for 6 years and around southerners the whole time. I don't have the twang that I picked any more, but some things just stuck!

Posted by: pretentiouswombat 05-Dec-2007, 03:32 PM
When I moved to Georgia, my best friend would make fun of the way I said "dog" because it sounded Northern. Even living in Los Angeles for 7 years didn't take away the accent that I picked up every summer when I stayed for nearly 3 months in Rhode Island. But I picked up the Southern drawl little by little and that last time I visited RI, they made fun of my accent. I really didn't think I had that much of one, but I apparently do - compared to them, anyway.


Posted by: Thecorgiwoman 01-Jan-2008, 10:15 PM
[CENTER][/CENTER]General American english 55%
Dixie 15%
Yankee 15%
Midwestern 5%
Upper midwestern 5%

Odd results because I'm from Texas and my relatives are from Tennesse and Arkansas. laugh.gif But I also put alot of British slang in my speech as well sometimes.

Football: Americans call it soccer
the pitch: the field we play on
roundabout the road that goes in a circle
wellies: rubber boots
trolley: cart


I pick up the accents of the people I'm around most. wink.gif At festivals I unconsciously have an Irish lilt to my words. My ancestors are mostly Irish descent and still use strange phrases. My mother will talk at you later on the phone and my great-grandmother trades at Walmart. laugh.gif Her sister had yeller flowers in that there field. biggrin.gif


Mar sin leibh:
Heather

Posted by: stoirmeil 02-Jan-2008, 09:48 AM
QUOTE (pflanary @ 21-May-2007, 02:04 PM)
You must have MidWestern contacts. I had never heard the term bubbler until my office manager, who is from Wisconsin, used it and explained it to me.

That's odd . . . I was born in Providence, Rhode Island and raised within 10 miles of there, and I never heard it called anything BUT a bubbler until I moved away from New England.

Posted by: oldraven 02-Jan-2008, 11:21 AM
I speak the real English. biggrin.gif

Posted by: marti64 12-Jan-2008, 11:37 AM
45% Yankee

30% General American English

15% Upper Midwestern

5% Dixie

0% Midwestern

That sounds about right!!!!!! I guess that proves that I am a typical New Englander!!!!!!! biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

By the way, I totally get BUBBLER and KITTY CORNER!!!!!! LMAO!!!@!!!

angel.gif heart.gif hug.gif
MARTI

Posted by: pretentiouswombat 12-Jan-2008, 01:06 PM
Totally with you on the "kitty corner" bit. My mom used to say "bubbler" all the time but that never caught on with me. Interestingly, I've read "catty-cornered" in one of Stephen King's books and that pretty much threw me as to where the "kitty corner" came from. Unless Maine isn't really considered New England. Go figure.

Posted by: piobmhor piper 14-Jan-2008, 06:38 AM
***Your Linguistic Profile:***
80% Canadian English Eh!

20% Canadian Newfie, Lord tunderin Jezzus we spell CANADA C, eh, N, eh, D, eh

0% General American English

0% Upper Midwestern

0% Midwestern

0% Dixie

0% Yankee

Lord tunderin Jezzus we spell CANADA C, eh, N, eh, D, eh

Posted by: leenie 01-Feb-2008, 07:58 PM
60% General American English

15% Yankee

5% Dixie

5% Midwestern

5% Upper Midwestern

I was born in Southern Illinois, lived in South Carolina and Arizona.

Posted by: Crebain 02-Jul-2011, 11:06 AM
60% General American English

20% Yankee

15% Dixie

5% Upper Midwestern

0% Midwestern

Posted by: Dogshirt 02-Jul-2011, 01:29 PM
65% General American English

20% Upper Midwestern

10% Dixie

5% Midwestern

0% Yankee


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65% General American English

20% Yankee

5% Dixie

5% Midwestern

5% Upper Midwestern

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Posted by: HunaWoman 19-Sep-2011, 01:27 PM
65% General American English

15% Dixie

10% Midwestern

10% Upper Midwestern

0% Yankee

I lived in Wisconsin for 23 years, I guess that's where the upper midwest comes in. Otherwise I was born in Oklahoma, grew up in Kansas and have lived in Texas, Mississippi and Arkansas.

They missed a possible answer for water fountain, drinking fountain. In Milwaukee they call it a "bubbler".

One country, a million languages!!!

Posted by: tjbren 19-Jan-2012, 11:02 AM
65% General American English

15% Upper Midwestern

10% Yankee

5% Dixie

5% Midwestern

Posted by: Copperwood87 02-Feb-2012, 04:15 PM
65% General American English

25% Dixie

10% Yankee

0% Midwestern

0% Upper Midwestern


HA 10% yankee, them is fightin' words.
Mississippi Girl to the core

Posted by: jmparrish 22-Feb-2012, 10:27 PM
80% General American English

10% Upper Midwestern

5% Midwestern

5% Yankee

0% Dixie

How interesting this is! Dialects are a particular area of interest for me. It is astounding what conclusions are drawn about character simply from what dialect people use.

Posted by: Grace2302 14-Mar-2012, 12:50 PM
75% General American English

15% Yankee

10% Dixie

0% Midwestern

0% Upper Midwestern


That's funny. I was born and raised in Florida, which some people don't even consider part of the South. All four of my grandparents were raised in different states (Upper Michigan (Finnish), Florida, New York and Ohio) which gave us a lot of different dialects to grow up with.

Posted by: jb156 08-May-2012, 10:29 PM
75% General American English

20% Upper Midwestern

5% Midwestern

0% Dixie

0% Yankee

Cute Quiz although I spend time in the South on business and after I while I told someone I was "fixin" to do something. Couldn't believe I let that slip out. The locals gave me a hard time about it. smile.gif

Posted by: sarahmayespe 31-Jan-2013, 10:23 AM
50% General American English

20% Yankee

15% Dixie

15% Upper Midwestern

0% Midwestern

Posted by: togo 02-Feb-2013, 06:37 AM
From New England. Should I be worried with these results or pleased??

45% General American English

35% Yankee

15% Upper Midwestern

0% Dixie

0% Midwestern

Posted by: MacEoghainn 02-Feb-2013, 02:03 PM
50% General American English

20% Yankee

15% Upper Midwestern

10% Dixie

0% Midwestern

Born in Ohio, transplanted to Florida as a kid, and 9 years in Uncle Sam's Canoe Club must have had an effect.

Posted by: Séreméla 13-Oct-2013, 01:09 AM
40% General American English

25% Dixie

25% Yankee

10% Upper Midwestern

0% Midwestern


Posted by: heartsong 15-Oct-2013, 06:53 AM
75% General American English

15% Dixie

10% Yankee

0% Midwestern

0% Upper Midwestern

Since I'm from St. Louis & I've always thought it was in the midwest, I don't know what to think of these results.

Posted by: TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts 01-Oct-2015, 10:19 PM

60% General American English

20% Dixie

10% Upper Midwestern

10% Yankee

0% Midwestern

Posted by: RuralCrone 27-Mar-2016, 10:04 PM
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75% General American English

10% Upper Midwestern

5% Dixie

5% Midwestern

5% Yankee


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Posted by: TheCarolinaScotsman 31-Jul-2016, 05:41 PM
50% General American English

40% Dixie

10% Yankee

0% Midwestern

0% Upper Midwestern

Posted by: Theophilus 09-Apr-2018, 03:44 PM
Odd...

45% Yankee

30% Dixie

10% General American English

10% Upper Midwestern

5% Midwestern

Posted by: Dreamer1 10-Apr-2018, 03:44 PM
Huh! Took this in '06, just did it again today -- got quite different results! Shows you what living here in New England has done over the years biggrin.gif

Today's results: I Speak Yankee!

35% Yankee

30% General American English

15% Dixie

10% Upper Midwestern

5% Midwestern

('06 results: 50% General American English, 15% Dixie, 5% Upper Midwestern, 5% Midwestern....I think )

Posted by: Dreamer1 10-Apr-2018, 03:47 PM
P.S. Just went back and checked....

'06 results should also include 20% Yankee rolleyes.gif

Posted by: Squire 13-Apr-2018, 04:29 AM
My quiz results which I suppose I generally agree with due to growing up in the upper West then moving to the South.


You Speak General American English!

60% General American English

20% Yankee

10% Dixie

10% Upper Midwestern

0% Midwestern

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