Statistics for Accents by description

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HintAnswer% Correct
"Cot" and "Caught" are merged. Accent often mocked for the diphthong in "About" and "House" sounding a bit like "aboot" or "aboat"Standard Canadian
88%
Non-rhotic. Accent often mocked for words like "stupid" and "Tuesday" sounding similar to "chewsday" and "schewpid"Recieved Pronunciation
69%
In a strong version of the accent "i" sounds almost like "oi" and a hard "a" might sound like "aye"General Australian
62%
Very rhotic. Words with "i" sound similar to "oi". Often described as "sing-songy"Irish English
57%
Vowel in “short e” words like "dress" or "bed" sound very similar to the vowel in "kit", and "short a" words like "hat" sound more like "het"New Zealand English
55%
Words like "lot" and "rod" are pronounced with an unrounded vowel, sounding like "laht" and "rahd"General American
52%
Tends to pronounce diphthongs as straight vowels. "R"s are sometimes rolledScottish Standard English
45%

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