ANSWERS: 50
  • NEUTRAL You`re not Northern, Southern, or Western, you`re just plain -American-. Your national identity is more important than your local identity, because you don`t really have a local identity. You might be from the region in that map, which is defined by this kind of accent, but you could easily not be. Or maybe you just moved around a lot growing up. I atually did move a lot growing up...
  • Southern, baby! Woohoo!
  • Which American accent do you have? Neutral +5
  • How about that... Neutral You`re not Northern, Southern, or Western, you`re just plain -American-. Your national identity is more important than your local identity, because you don`t really have a local identity. You might be from the region in that map, which is defined by this kind of accent, but you could easily not be. Or maybe you just moved around a lot growing up.
  • western.+5
  • Neutral You`re not Northern, Southern, or Western, you`re just plain -American-. Your national identity is more important than your local identity, because you don`t really have a local identity. You might be from the region in that map, which is defined by this kind of accent, but you could easily not be. Or maybe you just moved around a lot growing up.
  • Neutral. I grow up in S Ill, I was always told I had an accent. And more so since moved to S Missouri.
  • Neutral...and just plain according to the results lol! No Texas accent here :-)
  • Considering I am from Northern Ireland and live in England, I am quite impressed with my results! Northeastern This could either mean an r-less NYC or Providence accent or one from Jersey which doesn't sound the same. Just because you got this result doesn't mean you don`t pronounce R's.(People in Jersey don`t call their state "Joisey" in real life)
  • Northern You have a Northern accent. That could either be the Chicago/Detroit/Cleveland/Buffalo accent (easily recognizable) or the Western New England accent that news networks go for. Makes sense, since I've lived in Michigan all my life.
  • Neutral. I'm not surprised.
  • I wish you wrote what american accent you have as i'm from the UK. And the results say i'm from the north east :)
  • Northern You have a Northern accent. That could either be the Chicago/Detroit/Cleveland/Buffalo accent (easily recognizable) or the Western New England accent that news networks go for.
  • North Central. Referred to as a "Minnesota Accent". It says it sounds like a Canadian accent which I guess makes sense because I am a Canadian.
  • Western is kind of neutral, but not quite since it`s still possible to tell where you`re from. So you might not actually be from the West (but you probably are). If you really want to sound "neutral," learn how to say "stock" and "stalk" differently.
  • Actually I am from Nebraska but have spent time (13 years) in North Dakota. I tend to pick up accents when I am visiting and when I talk to someone with one. Northern You have a Northern accent. That could either be the Chicago/Detroit/Cleveland/Buffalo accent (easily recognizable) or the Western New England accent that news networks go for.
  • Northern TY for the cool link +3
  • This is what it said about me but the funny thing is i ain't american at all. :) Which American accent do you have? Northern You have a Northern accent. That could either be the Chicago/Detroit/Cleveland/Buffalo accent (easily recognizable) or the Western New England accent that news networks go for.
  • Northern UK accent +5
  • Canadian
  • Northern You have a Northern accent. That could either be the Chicago/Detroit/Cleveland/Buffalo accent (easily recognizable) or the Western New England accent that news networks go for.
  • North Central What people call the "Minnesota accent." Sounds almost Canadian. You may have even been asked if you were from Canada before. . Well, that's completely new to me.
  • Western Western is kind of neutral, but not quite since it`s still possible to tell where you`re from. So you might not actually be from the West (but you probably are). If you really want to sound "neutral," learn how to say "stock" and "stalk" differently. I am definitely from the WEST! :-)
  • Mines Northern. Pretty close! Western New England! That area is only 25 miles from the area of NY where I live. Pretty good
  • Western :-) +5
  • Hey, this is a cool question :D I have a Western accent. *thought rhymes with lot *don and dawn are said the same *hock and hawk are said the same * caller and collar are said the same * on, lawn, and John rhyme * merry, mary, and marry rhyme *the O in horrible is said like in the word HORSE *tent and tint are said differently * heel and hill are said differently *bath, pass, and staff have same vowels as bat, pack, and trap *about and mouth have same vowel sound as loud and down * right and price have same vowel sound as ride and prize * first A in PASTA is said like FATHER *BAG does not rhyme with VAGUE * "I" does not sound like "ah" * the "oo" in "roof" sounds like the "oo" in "food" * BOTHER does not rhyme with FATHER :D
  • Western..:)
  • australian accent. australia is one of the only countries that everyone has same accent unlike other countries suc as england and america where there so close to each other but so different. i guess thats histroy aye
  • Northern. . You have a Northern accent. That could either be the Chicago/Detroit/Cleveland/Buffalo accent (easily recognizable) or the Western New England accent that news networks go for. . ------------------- That's curious. I wonder where did I get that from.
  • Which American accent do you have? Western Western is kind of neutral, but not quite since it`s still possible to tell where you`re from. So you might not actually be from the West (but you probably are). If you really want to sound "neutral," learn how to say "stock" and "stalk" differently. And yes, I am originally from the Seattle area.
  • My accent was neutral which makes sense since I was born in the mid-west and then traveled a lot.
  • Neutral You`re not Northern, Southern, or Western, you`re just plain -American-. Your national identity is more important than your local identity, because you don`t really have a local identity. You might be from the region in that map, which is defined by this kind of accent, but you could easily not be. Or maybe you just moved around a lot growing up.
  • Spot on. According to the quiz, I have a "Southern" accent. Can't argue with that. I'm a country boy, Tennessee born and raised.
  • i am an austrailian, but i got northeastern
  • It said I was NEUTRAL -- just plain American. Guess that's good.
  • Western. The most bland and not-goofy accent you can get, apparently.
  • Northern Accent.
  • Thanks for posting the quiz site My result: Neutral American... However I was born in the middle east and still have some accent not very pronounce at all since I have lived here for over 30 years...
  • No surprise. Northeastern. No other New Yorkers? Just me and the Brits. LOL.
  • it says i have a southern accent...
  • Western, of course!
  • I got Northeastern!
  • Not surprised, I got Southern! Whenever I travel I get told I have a southern accent. lol. :0P
  • "Northern You have a Northern accent. That could either be the Chicago/Detroit/Cleveland/Buffalo accent (easily recognizable) or the Western New England accent that news networks go for." But I think I mostly have a Dutch accent ;-)
  • Northeastern ... (I'm from London, for the record)
  • Neutral good cos i'm irish!
  • North-Eastern, which is not surprising as I have an English accent.
  • indian :)
  • Northern!
  • Suth'un, y'all! : D

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