No one can ever guess where I’m from. I have no true “accent” that affiliates me with one part of the country.
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You’re not Northern, Southern, or Western, you’re just plain -American-. Your national identity is more important than your local identity, because you don’t really have a local identity. You might be from the region in that map, which is defined by this kind of accent, but you could easily not be. Or maybe you just moved around a lot growing up.
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This quiz supports that. I just moved a lot. I’m not from the middle of the country (as marked on the map). But I did live there for a few years. Some of my words come out sounding like I’m from one place, others like a completely different part of the country. Add a few pieces of international slang into the mix and yeah, I’m an American mutt with a dash of international cosmopolitanism. And proud of it.