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Study: Survey maps point out America’s pronunciation melting pot

June 17, 2013


Did you ever wonder the correct way to pronounce words like caramel, crayon or lawyer? A recent linguistics survey by the University of North Carolina visualized here in interactive graphs points out that the “correct” way may depend on where you live. For example, from Florida to Maine and as far west as Louisiana, folks use […]

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