The USA is a land filled with diversity and fun! Accent is the way a person pronounces words. What's your American accent? This quiz will help you find that. Interestingly, there are many kinds of American accents that people use. Let's know more about you with a simple yet super fun quiz! The quiz will determine which American accent is most embodied by your speech patterns and pronunciations. Good Luck and have loads of fun!
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They all sound the same.
"Aunt" and "ant" are the same, but "and" is distinctly different.
"Aunt" is clearly different, but "ant" and "and" sound nearly identical.
The first: ADvantage
The second: adVANtage
The third: advanTAGE
No syllable is stressed more than the others.
They all sound alike.
"Green" and "grain" sound exactly the same, but "grin" sounds different.
"Grin" and "green" sound very similar, but "grain" sounds different.
"Green" sounds like a blend of "grin" and "grain."
Two (but with a faint hint of a third)
Four, possibly five
They sound the same with 1 R sound.
They sound the same with no R sounds.
They sound different with 1 R sound apiece.
They sound different with 2 R sounds apiece.
One syllable and the vowel sound is the same as in "pie."
One syllable and the vowel sound is more similar to the sound in "toy."
The first: PROduce
The second: proDUCE
All three sound exactly alike.
"Bare" sounds different, but "bear" and "beer" sound virtually identical.
They all sound similar, except "beer" has only one syllable.
The three sound nothing alike.
They sound the same.
They sound different.
"Pee" and "Ness."
"Pin" and "Iss."
"Pen" and "Ess."
"Peen" and "Izz."
"Pay" and "Niss."
"Pin" and "Ezz."
All three sound exactly the same.
"When" and "win" sound exactly the same, but "wind" has a different vowel sound.
"Win" and "wind" sound the same, but "when" has the different vowel sound.
All three have different vowel sounds.
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