The painfully slow death of the regional accent

The painfully slow death of the regional accent
 

Visitors expecting to hear the crisp tones of the Queen’s English on the streets of London may soon be disappointed.
Experts are predicting that within 50 years, we could also see the loss of our favourite Yorkshire, Geordie and Scottish accents.
Devastating, right?
Schoolboy learned sign language so he could help deaf student settle in at new school A new report has found the more we use text-speak and interact with voice-controlled machines, the more our accents are likely to simplify – and eventually die out.
We’re all basically going to wind up sounding like each other.
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29 September 2016 in Hot News, Views: 31
Source: Metro
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