New England English collectively refers to the various distinct dialects and varieties of American English originating in the New England area. Most of eastern and central New England once spoke the “Yankee dialect“, and many of those accent features still remain in eastern New England, such as “R-dropping” (though this feature is receding among younger speakers today). Accordingly, one linguistic division of New England […]

New England English — VikingLifeBlog

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Ayhaht/Ayuh, thuh Nouthun Nour Anglund Aksent in uh Nushell. — Thuh Haht uf Noyur Anglund

50 Neauh Unglahnd weids en phrasis fu rust uv uns problu din’t git — Oo Es Ah Heute

How To Talk With a New Hampshire Accent — New England Historical Society