What American accent do you really have?

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mittmito said:
Sep 16 '15, 4:44AM

Philadelphia . . Humm . . . I've ever met with phillian in that time was working at trade buy new or old car dealerships are in central java , persist in BLORA .

Wysper said:
Aug 23 '15, 1:54PM

It gave me both 88% for supposedly having a Midland and North Central accent, but I'm from upstate New York xD I don't really know if that works for me haha.

QuebecSpeaking said:
Jul 21 '15, 11:04AM

NORTHERN ACCENT! COOL, Because that's from where i am (not in america, but in canada) XD

ZariahRoze said:
Jul 2 '15, 1:39AM

north easten again. maybe i was born in the wrong country.

Scourgelover said:
Mar 23 '15, 4:17PM

So accurate...I'm not American, I'm Canadian. And the quiz said people might think I was Canadian.

Murdered said:
Feb 5 '15, 7:22AM

Quiz wrong. I'm TEXAN and proud of it. Not New Jersey! I'm very offended. Also, New Yorkers, we don't live like Cowboys most of the time. We are civilized. Why don't yall visit Texas and learn some of out ways? We have plenty of attractions. Btw I hated quiz rated 1 star

newenglander said:
Aug 17 '14, 3:49PM

I'm from the northeast and it was spot on even after 17 years lived abroad in Rome, Italy and London, England.

Bradsome said:
Aug 4 '14, 8:04PM

NORTHERN ACCENT. I should go with Media and news jobs.
Real American.

YAYyayYAYyayYAY said:
Jun 10 '14, 12:54AM

I got northern central. I live in california, so this quiz is off for me.

DarthVader said:
Jun 7 '14, 11:08PM

I got Midland on both this quiz and the other one. :) I really do have no accent...

Cloeluvslsu said:
Feb 2 '14, 2:32AM

I'm from Louisiana I have always lived here. I did not get the
Quiz and I didn't get the questions. I got a western accent. I ain't
Midwestern!

DorothyFitch said:
Nov 24 '13, 6:09PM

I enjoyed the quiz but honestly did not understand the results ( beyond that I am mostly northern). What's with all the percentages for the other regions?

sybilb said:
Nov 19 '13, 7:20PM

Thanks for the quiz. It is fascinating. I am from Vermont but my parents were from New York and Switzerland. I was always told to speak properly, ennunciate correctly as my mother was learning English when I was a small child. Then I lived in Maine for two and a half years. When I was 21, I moved to California where I have lived for over 35 years. I always thought I did not have an accent (the California accent) but I tested as having a Midland accent. I believe I have also been influenced by getting two Master's degrees and some acting classes years ago. Good luck with your book!

tantactz said:
Nov 17 '13, 6:20AM

My mother is from Chicago, my father from Boston. I spent 4 years in school in the NY area and I've lived in Israel for the last 13 years among many different accented English speakers. I am not surprised to have been Midlanded!

Remember5 said:
Nov 1 '13, 5:05PM

The quiz id'd my accent as Western. It says, most people I meet would think I don't have an accent, unless I'm from the California coast. This statement needs clarifying. Does it mean if you are from the California coast, people there would hear an accent or people in general hear an accent if you're from the coast? I'm from the CA coast so I'm curious.

Vern10000 said:
Oct 29 '13, 3:11AM

Quiz is wrong. Says I have a Philly accent. Ah aam a native Texan, 4th generation and Proud of it.

rdmoore40 said:
Oct 24 '13, 12:16PM

This quiz is not correct. Most people that I talk to tell me that I sound like I'm from the South (both of my parents are from the South - GA & NC)

rdmoore40 said:
Oct 24 '13, 12:00PM

This quiz is not correct. Most people that I talk to tell me that I sound like I'm from the South (both of my parents are from the South - GA & NC)

Chloe17 said:
Oct 21 '13, 3:37AM

This is inaccurate. We do not have an accent within a country we were born or accustomed into which we speak the same language. The correct term is dialect.

tzillian said:
Oct 19 '13, 6:09PM

I was born and raised in Pittsburgh, but don't have the authentic "Pittsburgh accent." Listen to Bill Cowher or Dan Marino on the CBS NFL pregame show to hear good examples of the accent. To me it just sounds like home. I think the results of the quiz were pretty accurate.


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