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What's the "poor person" accent in your country?

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What's the "poor person" accent in your country?

Mine: Blackpool accent or North England in general.
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Polish accent
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A thing that we call "cani" and I think it has no translation in english
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Native accent, nlyeeeeeehhhhhhhhh
T. Manitoban
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>>51078719
The situation in England is more complex than in other anglo countries, since your accents are not merely geographical but encompass social classes and educational institutions.

Most regional accents in the US have eroded during the television era; the strong accents that remain generally do not carry a connotation of economic status with them
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Southern redneck
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>>51078719
no class accents here
very little in the way of accents in general actually

having poor grammar and using English words is usually considered a mark of being uneducated but not necessarily poor
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Northern Alabaman accent. It doesn't matter if you graduated from Harvard, and your parents work at the NASA facility there, you will never get a job anywhere.
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>>51078719
AAVE or a really thick Southern accent
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>>51085736
what's the difference between North Alabaman and Central Mississippi accent?
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>>51085330
>the strong accents that remain generally do not carry a connotation of economic status with them

Ha.
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Ebonics or southern accent.
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>AAVE or a really thick Southern accent

Pretty much, the moor money you have the moor you sound like someone from CNN or even Fox News although some of the female presenters have a bit of a Southern accent.

I remember this time I bought a coffee from Starbucks in New York and the girl who gave it to me called it "caawfee" what accent is this?

Why does money make your regional identifiers vanish?
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Ebonics or Southern. They're essentially the same thing, as someone who grew up in the deep south.
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>>51085964
Moors? Maybe Arabs that spoke some Spanish
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