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The way Native New Yorkers pronounce there words. Manhatten residents do not have the accent because most are not from NY
Dawg Tawk New Yawk are some ways
John가 작성 2005년 04월 20일 (수)
A New York accent, or New York dialect, is one of the more recognizable American accents. It refers to the greater New York metropolitan area (including the 5 boroughs, Long Island, Westchester County, the lower Hudson Valley & surrounding parts of Connecticut & New Jersey). Upstate New Yorkers have their own accents which are entirely different from the stereotypical "New York" accent.

Individuals with a trained ear can differentiate between the accents of each of the boroughs (or the surrounding areas), though all are very similar. Generally, Manhattanites do not have a common accent, as many do not originate from the New York metropolitan area.

A slightly lesser percentage of Generation Y-ers speak with a full-blown New York accent, compared with those of prior generations. The accent of Generation Y-ers tends to be less severe than those of their elders, sometimes practically undetectable, with the exception of certain words.

Notable differences between Standard American English & New York dialect include:

1. Nonstandard pronunciation:
♦ "AW" sound is prolonged (talk/tawwk)
♦ Hard "G" sound (Long Island/Lawnguyland)
♦ Dropping final consonants (want/wan)
♦ Dropping "R" sounds (morning/mawning)
♦ Adding "R" sounds (idea/idear, soda/soder)
♦ Dropping "G" endings (calling/callin)
♦ Substituting "D", "T" for "TH" (those/doze, three/tree)

2. Nonstandard resonance, resulting in a heavy sound.

3. Generally fast rate of speech.

4. Hypernasality.
"I need to tawwk to my friend from Lawnguyland to axe what soder she wants to serve with the vawdka at the parwty tomawrow."

"Wow, that woman has quite the New York accent."
#new york dialect #bronx accent #brooklyn accent #staten island accent #queens accent
D5quared가 작성 2010년 02월 28일 (일)
A New York Accent is how working class whites in the city speak. It involves dropping r's off words that have them (father-fatha) and adding them to words that don't (soda-sodar). Changing and adding "oi" in words (oil-erl). Pronouncing the "th" as a "d" or "t" (the-da)(through-trew). There are three major New York accents:Italian, Irish, and Jewish. Blacks speak differently that would not be considered a New York accent. The New York Accent is more prominant in older people and is being lost in younger people as they imitate fake upper class whites from the midwest that they see on tv.
Guy 1: I'm gonna take da LIE tah go see my fatha out on da island.
Guy 2: You have a heavy New York Accent
Guy 3: Yeah, I was born in Bushwick
#ny accent #brooklyn accent #ny #new york city #nyc
gomets1221가 작성 2006년 07월 19일 (수)
i came up with a way to make any word sound like a New Yorker would say it.
first take the word 'oar', and remove the 'r' so u are left with the 'oa' sound
then take that sound and add it to the vowels A and O.

such as: long, walk, coffee, dawn, York, u get the picture.
some people have more extreme accents than others; it varies.
New Yorker: "I am from New York, therefore I am a New Yorker, and I have a New York Accent"
#new york #accent #words #talking #poop
p24iuh ubt t4가 작성 2006년 01월 11일 (수)
What white upper-middle class kids from the New York suburbs wish they had, but dont, and often try to fake.
Anonymous가 작성 2003년 07월 31일 (목)
What sheltered kids from the 'burbs think all people from Brooklyn have, even though nobody talks like that anymore.
Anonymous가 작성 2003년 07월 31일 (목)
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