LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||29/NOV/2005 9:14 AM|
|Assunto:||Still about yonder and beyond.|
I asked because I've noticed before that Californians seem to be the most insulated from the southern dialects.
The inland-southern is dramatically larger than those three afore-mentioned states. It includes all of the traditional 'southern' states (which despite popular opinion, means Florida as well), and many border areas, meaning large percentages of the populations of Maryland and Delaware, southern New Jersey and Pennsylvania, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and more.
It is supposedly the fastest-growing dialect in America, and is also, ironically, much lampooned by other Americans and all over the world. It's the one Bush speaks so well, so I'm sure you know it.
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