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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#2 - anon id: 6ccf0791
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The English speak English, Americans speak speak English with an American dialect.
User avatar #217 to #2 - Fgner
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Actually, the American accent is much more accurate to the "original" English accent than that of the British. So technically Americans speak English - Brits speak English with a British dialect.
#196 to #2 - anon id: 24830cac
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no **** einstein
#172 to #2 - anon id: 9dccfd36
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Actually, when America was colonized, they had their current accent. British changed sometime in the early 1800s.
#213 to #172 - golbot
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That's actually correct. Words like "yonder" or "skillet" that southern Americans use are actually 17th century English words. So in all reality, the American southern accent is actually just the way British people talked in the 1600's. They just evolved their accent since then.

History FTW
#32 to #2 - anon id: 85b7fc9c
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Technically, American English has changed the least from the time of the American Revolution. English people began pronouncing the words so ******* weird because they wanted to sound more "proper."
#46 to #32 - anon id: 956595e9
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I think that's called 'slang'.
User avatar #28 to #2 - gorginhanson
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so, the correct way
User avatar #15 to #2 - aldheim
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It's just odd because Australian, New Zealand and American dialects are all closer to one another than any are to English dialects.
User avatar #69 to #15 - elitejerkz
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Also americans and english people have different accents within their own country.
User avatar #68 to #15 - elitejerkz
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Australians sound nothing like Kiwis or Americans
#14 to #2 - andytang
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Actually the american is the original english. British english became popular during the 17th and 18th century.
#119 to #14 - anon id: c2c74615
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you can't be that retarded, surely.
#13 to #2 - tabarzins
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User avatar #11 to #2 - reyden
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i don't know what they tell ya over on the queen's side but in the land of FREEDOM we speak american, not english
#7 to #2 - mysticninja
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Nailed it.
User avatar #5 to #2 - jtwagner
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Yet the Queens English is the one that's changed them most since they branched apart.
User avatar #6 to #5 - jtwagner
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the*
User avatar #126 to #6 - haunterbrony
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I really like your avatar.
User avatar #224 to #126 - jtwagner
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skyrimturtles made it.
#3 to #2 - chrolt
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