Dialects of England on a Map

Can you name the dialects of England with the help of a map?
Special thanks to NeilVedwan (this quiz was a collaboration.)
SVG traced off of this image.
Quiz by Kirboi
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Last updated: March 3, 2021
First submittedFebruary 16, 2021
Times taken818
Average score40.6%
Rating3.38
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Dialect
Anglo-Cornish
Bristolian
Brummie
Cambridgeshire
Cheshire
Cockney
Coventry
Dialect
Cumbrian
Devonshire
East Midlands
Essex
Estuary
Geordie
Kentish
Dialect
Lancastrian
London
Mackem
Mancunian
Norfolk
Northumbrian
Dialect
Pitmatic
Potteries
Scouse
Somerset
Southeast
Southeast Midlands
Dialect
Sussex
Suffolk
Teesside
West Country
West Midlands
Yorkshire
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Level 45
Feb 17, 2021
Shouldnt Tesside be Teeside ?
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Level 56
Feb 17, 2021
Hold on let me look it up
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Level 56
Feb 17, 2021
Alright I'll change the spelling
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Level 58
Mar 1, 2021
By the way, I would take off the last two caveats as a recommendation. They appear as needy and unnecessary. Other than that, great job NeilVedwan, and great idea Kirby! A high quality SVG that depicts surrounding areas. Pandora made one as a very kind collaboration with me with a bit ago here. The map is of the same style. I've been starting to get into SVG's using a text editor - A horribly pore and vigorous program that made it take two months to make this hand-drawn map of Europe.
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Level 56
Apr 25, 2021
Thanks
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Level 58
Mar 3, 2021
Oh, sorry guys, but this quiz already exists: https://www.jetpunk.com/quizzes/counties-of-england-quiz. It's featured but lower quality, you should ask QM if he could switch out the map.
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Level 56
Mar 3, 2021
This is dialects, not counties.
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Level 56
Mar 3, 2021
The Yorkshires are combined as a dialect. The other Yorkshires are separate counties, which makes this quiz different.
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Level 65
Mar 4, 2021
Yes, that is different
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Level 56
Mar 4, 2021
Yeah
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Level 56
Jan 4, 2022
How could you confuse this and Counties of England lol. Did you even look at the answers?
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Level 56
Jan 5, 2022
dude i already explained above. they are different things.
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Level 56
Jan 5, 2022
There are also some answers that are different, so yeah. I also looked up on google that England has 48 counties.
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Level 58
Jan 10, 2022
Surprised Black Country not included. It's very distinct from Brummie/W Mids.
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Level 71
Jan 10, 2022
Was about to say this, esp if Cov is separated out. Can see the pitchforks already 😂
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Level 56
Jan 10, 2022
yeah..
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Level 45
Jan 10, 2022
This is more an exercise in guessing the exact words that you've used in the answers than knowing the dialects.
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Level 56
Jan 10, 2022
Lol
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Level 77
Jan 10, 2022
Not bad, but I think you could be a bit more lenient with some of the answers. For instance, you could accept Kent for Kentish, Devon for Devonshire, Stoke or Stoke-on-Trent for Potteries, Manchester for Mancunian, Lancashire for Lancastrian, etc. Also, I can't figure out why on earth 'Coventry' is included as a distinct dialect on this map but Black Country isn't. The Black Country dialect is one of the most distinctive in the country!
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Level 56
Jan 10, 2022
IDK
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Level 56
Jan 10, 2022
I didn't make 80% of this quiz.
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Level 68
Jan 18, 2022
Aghhh, I knew the County Durham one was something with "pit" in it but couldn't remember the exact name. My mum (who's from there) will be disappointed in me.
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Level 56
Jan 18, 2022
dang....