New York Times quiz will tell ya’ll/youse/you guys who else in the country you talk like

The New York Times just released a fun quiz based on linguist Bert Vaux’s intriguing research that asks you how you pronounce certain words and what terms you use to describe different situations. They then report back to you where those words and phrases tend to be the most common.For example, do you call a carbonated beverage: soda, cola, or pop? And do you pronounce the first syllable of “lawyer” law or loy?

Take the quiz yourself to see your results.

Here are mine. Apparently I’m most similar to Spokane and least similar to Philadelphia…

New York Times Dialgoue Quiz

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One response to “New York Times quiz will tell ya’ll/youse/you guys who else in the country you talk like”

  1. R Ziegenhorn says:

    I have lived in either Northeast or Central Arkansas My entire life. This test makes it seem like I am from the Gulf Coast. Louisiana, Mississippi, and/or Alabama.

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