Descubra de que lugar dos EUA o seu sotaque é!

Your Result: Philadelphia

Your accent is as Philadelphian as a cheesesteak! If you're not from Philadelphia, then you're from someplace near there like south Jersey, Baltimore, or Wilmington. if you've ever journeyed to some far off place where people don't know that Philly has an accent, someone may have thought you talked a little weird even though they didn't have a clue what accent it was they heard.


this is where my accent is from. i liked it
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I thought I had a southern accent lol

The 1st:
"You have a Midland accent" is just another way of saying "you don't have an accent." You probably are from the Midland (Pennsylvania, southern Ohio, southern Indiana, southern Illinois, and Missouri) but then for all we know you could be from Florida or Charleston or one of those big southern cities like Atlanta or Dallas. You have a good voice for TV and radio.

And the other was:
Neutral - You`re not Northern, Southern, or Western, you`re just plain -American-. Your national identity is more important than your local identity, because you don`t really have a local identity. You might be from the region in that map, which is defined by this kind of accent, but you could easily not be.
Result in my turn:
Inland North

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Inland_North.gif

In the USA, people probably would ask me: "Are you from Chigago?" or something similar.
Nos dois sites em que eu fiz os testes, deu Northern, nas cidades de Chicago e Detroid.
Mas eu acho que este site não é exepcional, mas já é uma ótima dica para quem deseja saber qual "sotaque" fala.
Para saber melhor qual sotaque fala, sugiro que contate um(a) fonoaudiólogo(a) que entenda de inglês, preferencialmente um(a) nativo(a) (?claro? né?).
Avatar do usuário TheBigSpire 1070 1 6 25
Your Result: The Inland North

86%

You may think you speak "Standard English straight out of the dictionary" but when you step away from the Great Lakes you get asked annoying questions like "Are you from Wisconsin?" or "Are you from Chicago?" Chances are you call carbonated drinks "pop."


:)
What American accent do you have?
Your Result: The Inland North

85%
You may think you speak "Standard English straight out of the dictionary" but when you step away from the Great Lakes you get asked annoying questions like "Are you from Wisconsin?" or "Are you from Chicago?" Chances are you call carbonated drinks "pop.

Gente, isso é bom ou ruim kkk???
no primeiro
Your Result: Philadelphia

Your accent is as Philadelphian as a cheesesteak! If you're not from Philadelphia, then you're from someplace near there like south Jersey, Baltimore, or Wilmington. if you've ever journeyed to some far off place where people don't know that Philly has an accent, someone may have thought you talked a little weird even though they didn't have a clue what accent it was they heard.




no segundo


Which American accent do you have?
Neutral

You`re not Northern, Southern, or Western, you`re just plain -American-. Your national identity is more important than your local identity, because you don`t really have a local identity. You might be from the region in that map, which is defined by this kind of accent, but you could easily not be. Or maybe you just moved around a lot growing up.
Avatar do usuário Rakell Grubert Pere 3385 3 6 65
1- What American accent do you have?
Your Result: The Midland

"You have a Midland accent" is just another way of saying "you don't have an accent." You probably are from the Midland (Pennsylvania, southern Ohio, southern Indiana, southern Illinois, and Missouri) but then for all we know you could be from Florida or Charleston or one of those big southern cities like Atlanta or Dallas. You have a good voice for TV and radio.


2-Which American accent do you have?
Neutral

You`re not Northern, Southern, or Western, you`re just plain -American-. Your national identity is more important than your local identity, because you don`t really have a local identity. You might be from the region in that map, which is defined by this kind of accent, but you could easily not be. Or maybe you just moved around a lot growing up.



I think the results would be very different If the test were by reading or speaking.Lol
1st test

Your Result: The Midland

77%
"You have a Midland accent" is just another way of saying "you don't have an accent." You probably are from the Midland (Pennsylvania, southern Ohio, southern Indiana, southern Illinois, and Missouri) but then for all we know you could be from Florida or Charleston or one of those big southern cities like Atlanta or Dallas. You have a good voice for TV and radio.

2nd test

You`re not Northern, Southern, or Western, you`re just plain -American-. Your national identity is more important than your local identity, because you don`t really have a local identity. You might be from the region in that map, which is defined by this kind of accent, but you could easily not be. Or maybe you just moved around a lot growing up.

That test was cool!!
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kelvilyn escreveu:tbm fiz o teste, falou q era do sul, perto do oeste ali, california etc....

well interesting to answer those questions but there's nothing to do with my reality...I dont have any american accent
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Mas é claro q vc não tem sotaque americano, nenhum estrangeiro vai falar igual eles corretamente, sempre q vc falar, por mais perfeito q o seu sotaque seja, vão saber q não é nativo (a)!


Eu não diria isso com tanta certeza. Uma pessoa que começou treinando o sotaque certinho desde pequeno e que tenha ouvido bom para sotaques pode se passar por um americano/inglês. Não é impossível.