LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||08/SET/2013 11:01 PM|
|Assunto:||Feedback do TOEFL (Sid)|
It's hard to tell the difference but the first one you will probably notice is the Canadian "EH?" at the end of the sentence. First I thought it was horrible, until I realize I was saying and even txt my friends with the eh? at the end...lol
The way Canadians say "about" [a-boat] is so ugly. Another one would be "not at all" sounds more British than American.
At my workplace we have 80% Canadians, 15% Americans and 5% immigrants. I couldn't tell the difference when an American was talking to me or a Canadian. But it all depend where in Canada the person is from and which part of America. I have a good friend from Brooklyn, NY, when she first say "hi" to me I knew that she's from Brooklyn I love that accent...
You're right, for writing is more British like colour, centre, etc....
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