If you call it a Coke no matter what's in the glass, you speak one version of southern American English. But do you know which one? Throughout this quiz, we are going to present you with word choices that will tell us which type of American English you speak. Hopefully, you'll get a few giggles, too. You won't believe some of the words other parts of the country use for things!
In New England, they call a water fountain a bubbler. In North Dakota, a casserole is called a hot dish. Even the words you use every day can give away the area that influenced your language development the most. Whether from nature or nurture, your way of speaking can be traced back to specific parts of the country. After we analyze it, we'll tell you which type of English it makes you speak.
Read our questions carefully, and make your choices from the words beneath them. One dishonest answer could throw off your results, so do your best to choose the words you use. There's no need to fret about being a vocabulary genius. Your light-hearted picks will point us in the right direction. The next time someone asks where your accent is from, you'll be able to tell them!