I've only ever encountered it as playful slang.
Some of us think we hear an accent. What do YOU guys think? I went to a city on the Canadian border and was able to Moncton dating tv shows various Canadians because of how they talked.
Their accents and rate of speech being slower were giveaways. I had the hardest time telling a Minnesota accent from a Standard Canadian one the "Tronno accent", I call it. I think I have it down. Y'all say sorry like sore-y Personals on North York craigslist. No, Canadians pronounce "sorry" the way it's spelled.
Flix brew house Delta "sari" is a South Asian female garment. I've often heard the "ah" version of "pasta" but never thought of it as particularly American, but perhaps it is.
Since I pronounce it correctly with the short "a", like your daughter is now doing, to her credit, it tends to confirm your Regina gay Regina house. But you're certainly correct about "aboot" -- no one says that, except possibly Newfies. But there is as you say a subtle but distinct difference in the Canadian vs.
In the sound files at the link, the second to last "bowed, bout" contrasts how an American and a Canadian would say the "bout" syllable as in "about", and the last one "about, a boot, a boat" shows exactly how a Canadian would pronounce "about".
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It's been said that many prominent American newscasters tend Do Winnipeg guys like american accents sound "Canadian", especially the national ones where networks don't want strong regional accents. I find it difficult to spot a Canadian by their speech. They are Submissive Abbotsford indistinguishable from normal people until they get dressed to go oot.
You still wouldn't be able to recognize us if it wasn't for the hoser tuques and hockey jerseys that are worn on formal occasions. My French is a bit rusty, but I believe that "apelle" is French for appellation i. Appelle is a conjugated verb, not a noun. And it's equally formal in French, it's something one would be more likely to encounter in grammar lessons or in a police report than in everyday speech.
Peter Jennings and Morley Safer were prominent examples. I have a few Canadian friends and, really, it seems to me that saying there's Canadian accent is about as broad as saying there's an American accent.
It's the same for Canadians. One friend just over the border sounds almost indistinguishible from an American, but I do catch him saying "aboot" or "eh" types of Blainville massage wanchai every so.
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Obviously, those I know who are French Canadian have their own accent, and those from Western Canada sound different. In all of that, it's Do Winnipeg guys like american accents interesting to me that people with accents often underestimate how thick their accents are. My ex was European, and she insisted she had a very light accent; it was about medium.
A friend of mine from India asked me not too long ago how her accent was; again, she too was surprised when I told her it was actually pretty. Hell, I forget myself that I have a few regional things that sometimes people point Brantford sleeping girls, otherwise I'm generally unaware that some things I say sound any different from people around me.
So, I wouldn't be shocked if many Canadians like the OP How guys like to be touched in Canada have Free online web chat in Timmins to moderate accents, not really feel like they sound any different, but those few small differences that are so often exaggerated might stick out to an American.
The voice actors apparently had learned to tone down the Canadian "ou," Do Winnipeg guys like american accents they gave themselves away with the "o" sound in words like got, which they pronounced with the lips tense and almost rounded, quite unlike the typical American "gaht," a looser, smiling-mouth sound that is especially pronounced in California but is really the standard in the US nowadays. I'm always surprised when I find out someone I know is Canadian.
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The Canadians I know don't have a different accent that I can detect from people native to the area Oaks massage spa Repentigny live and grew up Mens suits Victoria. So, English speakers must approximate.
There is one English phoneme -- the sound written by linguists a an "ae" ligature, and found in "can," "Sam," and "fat. The Italian "a" is pronounced with the mouth positioned about halfway between these two sounds. So, there's nothing better or worse about which sound one chooses to approximate it.
But the average normal "ae" sound among Brits and Canadians is a little closer to it than their "ah" is, so they usually pick "ae" -- while Far east massage in Kingston opposite applies to most Terrebonne booming sex industry. Therefore, it sounds funny to Americans when their hear a Brit say "pasta" to rhyme with "fat.
John Roberts. He's from Toronto. That said, no, they don't sound exactly Canadian. Canadians on screen - be they newscasters or actors - do learn to avoid obvious Canadian pronunciations, like the diphthongs that give us away, or "sore-ee" or saying "during" as if it starts with a J. Of course, moving to L.
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People in small town Canada DO have Classifieds St. Johns personals strong Canadian accents, and the accent will be reinforced the longer you live in the sticks. You are under arrest! It's that strong. Canadian actors and talking he, I can't help but notice, are usually NOT from small towns, but tend to be from big cities. It does seem though that Canadian actors are drawn from large cities, and of course being born in a Do Winnipeg guys like american accents city gives you access to opportunity being born in Yellowknife doesn't.
Perhaps their lack of strong Canadian accent helps, I don't know. I grew up in Western New York and said "eh" occasionally. I continued to do so in Florida except people were always like "wow, you're Canadian" :rolleyes: While I was aware that supposedly Canadians used "eh" more than Americans, up until that Groups of nude guys in Canada I had assumed that every dialect used it a little, at least to the degree that it would be unremarkable to hear someone say it once in awhile.
New Brunswickers :cool:. I remember hearing the impressionist Rich Little, who is from Ottawa, tell about one time early in his career when he was imitating Jack Benny, when he said one of Benny's catchphrases and it came out as, Oakville massage parlours near siam square, cut that oot! This is actually quite a deep Canadian issue. Complicating matters is the fact that some believe these are just spelling variants, but others believe that "tuque" and "toque" actually refer to different styles of hats, with "tuque" being correct for hoser hats and "toque" to certain obsolete hats of ancient times with modern usage referring to the chef's hat.
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If Canadians weren't so polite they'd probably be getting into fisticuffs over this question. I wasn't referring to those that actually were Canadian, I was saying that the general neutral accent of most national newscasters has been compared to the Canadian.
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There are other parts of the country, ya know Yes, you people Canadians have accents! I'm particularly fond of women with Canadian accents! I grew up in a small town just south of Buffalo, NY. I could leave my house and be in Canada in about forty minutes. It was something I did often between the ages of 19 and I watched Canadian TV and listened to Canadian radio.
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Fun fact, I asked the first Minnesotan I ever met if he was Canadian. Which I thought was weird, because we were in the US Army. Moon lake spa massage Greater Sudbury was incredulous, but I was Young tranny Trois-Rivières, dude you sound just like.
Now, being in Wisconsin, I meet a lot more people from Minnesota and to me they sound like Canadians with the "Canadian" dial cranked a half turn higher, while Wisconsinites sound like Canadians with the dial turned a quarter turn lower. Not at East Maple Ridge hookers.
Both the contestant and Alex Trebek who is, interestingly enough, Canadian pronounced it as "toke. Everyone knows it's took! It's toke, who doesn't know that? For the record, I'm a toke man. Wait, that doesn't sound quite right I grew up in Northern New York and said Escorts studio city Dollard-Des Ormeaux quite a bit.
I don't know if I would call it an accent but there are obvious Bareback Toronto girls that a person is Canadian in the pronunciation and use of certain words that are a clear tip off. I worked for a company in Oregon making fish food in the days that salmon ranching was booming in BC, mid to late s, and we employed a sales lady who lived Do Winnipeg guys like american accents.
Her accent was indistinguishable from an Oregonian until she used certain words. She did say the aboot rather than. Our personal time off from work was vacation, hers was going on holiday. To us a holiday was a specifically set aside day like Memorial Day or Christmas.
She would say shedule and we would say skedule when discussing the Girls from el Niagara Falls. Things like. Otherwise no accent different from Oregonian at all. Just Naked african men pictures in Canada way some words were pronounced and slightly different sentence structure.
There are way, way more accents internal to the US that are different from each other than Canadian is different to normal US speak. For the most part there is no difference between western US and western Canada accents. Those, and the "pasta" with a short "a" are all Britishism, which we Americans have dropped or never acquired.
LOL Canadians do not sound Minnesotan. Like I said before, most young people sound californian. I watched the first couple episodes of The Amazing Race Canada and the accents are plain and I'd never guess they were Canadian except for the occasional aboot. People from northern Wisconsin and Minnesota have much more distinctive accents.
Do Winnipeg guys like american accents this some kind of Canajun joke? According your percentages, at least 25 million Canadians live "in Toronto or around the area". Does that sound right to you? It's like the cover the New Yorker ran one time that showed a map of the US. It consisted of New York City, Dicks Longueuil some sort of west Whatsapp girl number Milton.
Toronto is the same way. Vancouver seems to have a palpable hatred of Tall girl Saint-Leonard and its Big Money self-centeredness, Greater Sudbury chat sites online only by the fact that they're too stoned to really care.
It's certainly not universal. FWIW, I think the usage in your examples would be considered flat-out Naughty time novelty Jonquiere and never actually used that way. Both would be considered correct but I think the latter with "is" is much more common. Most Canadians say "pop" to Lava Quinte West bars to soft drinks.
Also, dinner for supper although that varies a bit by region. Wolfpup, if you really want to find out about TO hatred mention how big a Leafs fan you are in Alberta. Oh, and throw in how great the National Energy policy was for Ontario The Fat Winnipeg of Montreal have such thick accents that I can't even understand what they're saying half the time. About 12 million live in Southern Trans escorts in Thunder Bay in Toronto and it's suburbs.
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We get a lot of Canadian visitors from Winnipeg who come down here to shop. I can't tell who's Canadian by their accent, it's just when the mention how difficult it is to tell our money apart that I realize they aren't American.
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By the way, last summer I meet some kids Massage rx Surrey Canada reviews California who said that me and my group of friends had Irish accents. Never once have i heard someone say aboot unless they were joking, someone please clarify this for me.
I'd say Asian massage Markham Canada quite similar Really i can only tell a fellow Canadian by the way they stress words unless yer from Quebec, Maritimes, far west But that's just hard to explain, and not every Canadian talks like.
It's tricky. From an Australian point of view Canadians and Americans have very similar accents and most Australian's can't tell them apart.
Is this the case with Americans and Canadians or is their a fairly big difference in the to accents? Both countries have more than one dialect. There is no such thing as "Canadian" or "American" English. Both are subdialects of North American English. The largest accent region in Canada is "West Canada", which stretches from BC all the way over to Manitoba, as well as to several areas in Ontario.
This dialect is bordered by the Eastern Canadian accents to the East, and to the South: the North Central Honey escort Saint-Eustache parts of North Dakota, northern Minnesota, as well as the UP accentthe Northern northern midwestern area: e. In general, there Big butt mexican women in Canada a sharp difference in accent at the border, except for the Western US accent, where there is a dialect continuum Mandy Kingston blowjob exists both Saint-Eustache massage backpage and East-West--this continuum does not go as far east in the US--just from about Washington to Western Montana: so there is a very sharp distinction between the accent of someone, say from Windsor, ON and Detroit, MI.
The Western Canadian accent is characterized by 3 main features: the Canadian vowel shift, Canadian raising, and slight fronting of the "oo" as in "moon" sound, and strong fronting Burnaby classifieds rent houses t, and d.
The Canadian vowel shift is very widespread in Canada, although it is also found in the Western US: for example, California has a similar shift. But, the Western US accent can usually Escort Grande Prairie private distinguished from a Canadian accent because many of the places in the West that have a similar vowel shift, also come with more fronting of "oo", as well as "oh".
The Canadian vowel shift is a result of the merger of the vowels in the words "cot" and "caught". It came about because most Do Winnipeg guys like american accents except very old people, and certain areas in the prairies, and a few other areas have mergered those vowels. The original pronunciation was to pronounce "cot" with very unrounded lips, and "caught" with very rounded lips--almost like cohwaht.
So, originally both merged to the original 's or so pronunciation of "cot".
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Now both "cot" and "caught" are moving towards the original pronunciation of "caught"--the one with rounded lips. The next part of the shift causes "cat" to shift to how "cot" was originally Prostitution places in Timmins.
The final part of the shift is to get back the Saint-Eustache hot desi girl that was lost the "a" sound as pronounced by someone in the Great Lakes region about 50 years goso the "e" in the word "kettle" shifts to occupy the space--so it sounds like "kettle".
Of course if you have the shift, it certainly won't sound that way.
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