No, of course not, have you not heard of regional accents?
My state doesn't have an accent . . . never mind, there are a lot of Asians and Latinos in California, so I guess we do.
(different anonymous): But for other people YOU do have an accent.
yeah im aussie,i dont think i have an accent,but when i talk to americans for e.g i sound weird,and yeah i say words like telly and stuff aswell
"Explain Greek accent."
"It... ... doesn't have an accent"
So what does a Canadian accent sound like?
saying eh at the end of every sentence.
Here's a more detailed explanation
The only time I say "eh" is when I'm telling people that Canadians don't say eh all the time.
uhh no we don't
I have a boston accent, so my state definitely has an accent. Whether we choose to believe it or not haha "Pahk the cah in hahvahd yahd."
Note to everybody: Oklahoma and Texas have different accents.
I'm from Minnesota and I definitely don't have an accent the only thing different is that we say pop instead of soda.
I'm from Minnesota too, I moved to another state not too long ago, we definintly have an accent, I can tell.
And everyone I've met anywhere says pop instead of soda...
How? What does it sound like and no people in like the south say soda like in california and stuff
Well in Colorado they say pop. And anyways, in minnesota we say -ag differently, like in bAG, drAGon, wAGon, tAG. It's really weird...I'm not sure how to explain it
Oh I notice that
hahaha No I have a joke with some friends about Minnesota accent, some of the people there talk like they're from Sweden.
With the you betcha and don'tcha know? Hahah not everybody talks like that!
haha I know, but sterotypes can be amusing. Like talking like valley girls because we're from California.
After having heard Michele Bachmann for a while, I can safely say that Minnesotans do hasn't accents.
"hasn't" should be "have."