I first met a German grad student for the second time earlier this year and I was so excited to see how he was getting into his second language. He was so good I had to stop and take him to lunch.
The first time I met him, he was doing a report on the German language and culture, as well as a little social science in general. When he mentioned the “English” (which is in the US but not in the UK) dialect, I thought of the British accent I heard in the first movie “Up in the Air.
The first movie Up in the Air was also about an Englishman who was living in Australia but didn’t speak English. The second movie is about a German who was living in Australia but didn’t speak English. What it tells us is that we all speak a unique English.
And, like any other language, the dialects are just the tip of the iceberg. There are many other languages that use the same sort of sounds as English but without the vowels and consonants. For example, Vietnamese is spoken right now and uses many of the same sounds, but the spoken dialect is completely different from the written language. In fact, all forms of Vietnamese are dialects that use different tones, intonation, and speech patterns.
Now that you’ve heard the two most common accents, you can check out some more accents from around the world. For example, in the US, the accent of the South is different from the accents of the Midwest and the Northeast. But the South is also more similar to the accent of Germany than the accent of the Midwest and the Northeast. Overall, the South is much closer to the accent of the Midwest and the Northeast.
Yeah, I thought the Midwest and the Northeast were pretty similar, but the South is a lot closer to the accent of Germany than the accent of the Midwest and the Northeast. Germany is definitely the biggest place with a different accent than the South, and I don’t think that’s a coincidence. They have their own language, and the South is pretty much a dialect of that language. (And if you dont know German, that’s even more obvious.
Yeah, I thought that too. But when I say the South, I am referring to the South in general, not just Alabama. The accent in the South is definitely very different from the accent in the Midwest and the Northeast. For example, I never thought I’d say that the South is the most southern place on earth, but when I say that, it’s pretty obvious that I’m talking about the South in general.
The South is the most southern place on earth, but the Midwest is probably the most northern. The South is the most southern in a lot of ways, but the Midwest is probably the most northern.
Like the rest of the US, the South definitely has its fair share of redneck wackos, but there’s also a lot of white trash and a lot of people who really just want a place to kill time and have fun without having to work.
Germany is a country that makes me want to give up all of my worldly possessions and move to a new country. The Germans are also the most southern in a lot of respects, but they’re also the most northern in others.