List of Online Dialect and Accent Tests
A list of online dialect and accent tests which ask a series of multiple choice questions, and then present a set of results comparing the test participant's word pronunciation and/or usage with various countries, geographic regions, classes, and/or cultures/subcultures.
||USA Dialect Quiz Map
||A US dialect test on the New York Times website, that is based on the results of the Harvard Dialect Survey. After answering a set of multi-choice questions on how you use and pronounce particular words, you would be shown a highly detailed heat-map of the US, where a colour spectrum is used to show which locations are most/least similar to your dialect.
||The Great English Dialect Quiz
||A UK dialect test, that shows which region's dialect/pronunciation is most like yours. The test asks a set of multiple choice questions related to pronunciation and vocabulary usage.
||Which American accent do you have?
||A test which asks multiple choice questions on vowel pronunciation in various words, and then finds which regional American accent it is closest to.
||American/British Accent Test
||It calls itself an accent test, but is entirely about word usage (and not vowel pronunciation).
||What American accent do you have?
||A regional American accents test, which displays the results as a set of bar graphs. The regional accents include: The Northeast, The Inland North, Philadelphia, The South, The Midland, Boston, North Central, and The West.
||What Is Your American Accent?
||An American accents/dialect test (based on word pronunciation and usage). The results categories are: Southern Belle, North-Eastern American Accent, and American as Apple Pie.
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