In the ever-increasingly international world of scholarly communications, one runs into a wide variety of accents from a wide variety of places. In the video below, dialect coach Erik Singer breaks down the differences between some common regional accents, and offers tips on how to tell an Australian from a New Zealander, someone from the south of England versus someone from the north, and differences between native speakers from New York, Philadelphia, and Boston. Some potential fun cocktail hour conversation for your next conference.
1 Thought on "Accent Identification"
Eric Singer’s accent sounds very Canadian. I would have difficulty identifying him as an American.