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2012-04-23 Lord Farquad [en] Lord Farquad pronunciation 0 votes
2009-05-03 Parsippany [en] Parsippany pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 rhumb [en] rhumb pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 cyprinid [en] cyprinid pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 warg [en] warg pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 gynoid [en] gynoid pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 Azerbaijanian [en] Azerbaijanian pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 potentially [en] potentially pronunciation 5 votes Best pronunciation
2009-02-13 bench [en] bench pronunciation 5 votes Best pronunciation
2009-02-13 aversively [en] aversively pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 Avogadro [en] Avogadro pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 Avogadro's law [en] Avogadro's law pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 Avogadro's number [en] Avogadro's number pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2009-02-13 lingua franca [en] lingua franca pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 obviative [en] obviative pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 resultative [en] resultative pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2009-02-13 morphophonemics [en] morphophonemics pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 creolization [en] creolization pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2009-02-13 phonemic [en] phonemic pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 velum [en] velum pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 affricate [en] affricate pronunciation 0 votes
2009-02-13 affricated [en] affricated pronunciation 0 votes
2009-01-06 flaccid [en] flaccid pronunciation -3 votes
2009-01-06 spondaic [en] spondaic pronunciation 0 votes
2009-01-06 spondee [en] spondee pronunciation 0 votes
2009-01-06 anapestic [en] anapestic pronunciation 0 votes
2009-01-06 anapest [en] anapest pronunciation 0 votes
2009-01-06 dactylic [en] dactylic pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2009-01-06 dactyl [en] dactyl pronunciation 0 votes
2009-01-06 trochaic [en] trochaic pronunciation 0 votes
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User's info

I was born in 1981 and grew up in New Jersey, very close to New York City. I recently completed a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology.

I love accents and the sounds of speech in different languages. My accent could be described as a white-collar New York area accent... It sounds pretty "standard" to me (although a "standard" accent doesn't truly exist, I realize), except that I say ARange (for ORange) and FLARida (for FLORida), which is typical of people from the NYC area.

My grandmother, who also grew up in New Jersey near NYC, has the classic old-timer blue-collar New York area accent ("New Yawk," "cawfee," "fuggettaboutit," etc.). I love hearing her accent, as well as accents from all over the place.

Sex: Female

Accent/country: United States

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