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  • American Dialect Society - The American Dialect Society is a scholarly association dedicated to the study of the English language in North America.
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  • The Dialect Survey - A survey intended for speakers of North American English detailing different pronunciations and interpretations of various English words plus maps of responses.
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  • Heptune's Guide to Cheesy American English Usage - Collection of entertaining examples of contemporary American English colloquial usage.
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  • Lexicon of Bawlamarese - A collection of alternative pronunciations and local jargon from Baltimore, Maryland.
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  • North American Dialect Links - Includes American, Canadian, Native American and Bermudan.
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  • Organization of Dialect Diversity in North America - Full text of the paper by William Labov. Sociolinguistic research on linguistic change in urbanized areas of North America, leading to increased dialect diversity.
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  • Pittsburghese.com - A guide to pronunciation, phrases, and local terminology if Pittsburgh and western Pennsylvania. Audio quiz and 'translator' available.
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  • Pop vs. Soda Page - Plots the geographic distribution of the terms "pop", "soda", and "coke" when used to describe sweetened carbonated beverages.
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  • Student Papers on American English - From the Department of Translation Studies, University of Tampere, Finland. Topics: Differences Between American and British English; 'Black English' (AAVE, or 'Ebonics'); Yiddish and Ethnic-Jewish Influences; Historical and Loan Word Influence; Regional and Social Variation; Slang; General Topics.
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