This series focusses on different accents from the united kingdom. The tenser i is found in the far north and in the merseyside and teesside areas.
North liverpool accent. Scouse skas ist ein dialekt des englischen der in der metropolregion merseyside um die stadt liverpool gesprochen wird. This was similar to the in other northern and north midland dialects but more centralised. The scouse accent is highly distinctive and has little in common with those of the neighbouring regions.
And dont get me started on huyton. How many different types of scouse accent are there. The north does not have a clear distinction between the clear l and dark l of most other accents in england.
Ellis often spoke of the lancashire u in his work. Ellis expressly excluded the scouse dialect of liverpool from the areas below although his area 22 included some sites in modern merseyside eg. Litherland is different from everton which differs from dingle.
The melting pot created by the influx of people from far and wide was the foundation of the. The scouse accent like much else in the city owes its roots to liverpools position as a port. I teamed up with anna from british english pro to create this fun video on the differences between my accent and hers.
Specifically created to give non native a basic understanding of the different pronunciation. Sometimes referred to in academic sources as liverpool english or merseyside english is an accent and dialect of english found primarily in the county of merseyside. This video is all about uk accents.
Dont forget to check out annas channel to see the other video we filmed. Scouse s k a s. Listen to accents and dialects of england for free from idea the worlds leading archive of accents and dialects.
This was considered rp until the 1990s. Er unterscheidet sich stark von den dialekten der angrenzenden regionen cheshire und lancashire im nordwesten englandsdas wort scouse war ursprunglich eine variation des wortes lobscouse welches ein traditionelles seemannisches gericht im deutschen labskaus. In other words most northern accents pronounce all l sounds with some moderate amount of velarization.