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Stereotypical accent that is thought to hail from New Jersey. This accent does exist in people from other areas of the country, however if you use it in front of someone from Jersey they may secretly hate you. Person one: Where are you from?

Person two: oh North Jersey. Person one: So you’re from Joisey then? Person two Person one Person two: That’s not a New Jersey accent Go fuck yourself. I dont know how this myth got started, but it just dosent exist. People from south, central, and north Jersey have different accents. People from south Jersey are more likely to say the word “daughter” as “daater”, while people from north Jersey are more likely to say “dawter”. Now imagine it folded up and deep fried.

The line between North and South Jersey is never more clear than when the pork roll debate comes up. We know the salty, sliced, and fried breakfast meat as pork roll, while they call it by one of its common brand names — Taylor Ham. This is one of those rare words that can be used as a compliment, and insult, or just a descriptor.

We and our partners use cookies to better understand your needs, improve performance and provide you with personalised content and advertisements. To allow us to provide a better and more tailored experience please click “OK”. Sign Up Log In. You’re back! While most places in the US claim a certain twang or lilt to their speech, NJ seems to have developed a language all its own, with good reason. Accent — Noun. A distinctive mode of pronunciation of a language, especially one associated with a particular nation, locality or social class.

Middle America and the West Coast became keen to the Jersey accent through pop culture. Lingusistics experts say it all has to do with immigration. Italian immigrants came from the south of Italy, where it was common to leave off the final vowel in a word and to change voiceless consonants, like the k-sounds in capicol, to voiced consonants, like the g-sounds in gabagool. Maria Grazia Notarnicola, an Italian and humanities professor in a private NYC-area school, explained that the intertwining of the Italian language with English was created by immigrants as a method of communication.

We tend to put aw or au in everything. What are you doing? What did you do? What’s up with you? What the fuck is up with you? Are you going to New York City? Did you go to New York City? Where are you going? Where did you go? I dont know how this myth got started, but it just dosent exist. People from south, central, and north Jersey have different accents. People from south Jersey are more likely to say the word “daughter” as “daater”, while people from north Jersey are more likely to say “dawter”.

I’m from central Jersey and i say “dawter” and also ” mairy “, not “marry”. But it all depends where you’re from.

 
 

 

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What the fuck is up with you? Are you going to New York City? Did you go to New York City? Where are you going? Where did you go? I dont know how this myth got started, but it just dosent exist. People from south, central, and north Jersey have different accents. People from south Jersey are more likely to say the word “daughter” as “daater”, while people from north Jersey are more likely to say “dawter”.

I’m from central Jersey and i say “dawter” and also ” mairy “, not “marry”. But it all depends where you’re from. Most people sound like they’re from Philly, but not everyone, especially if you’re from Jersey City. And no, not all the girls have thick, stereotypical, nasal ” joisey ” accents. The bitter irony in all of this is the sobering fact that people who AREN’T from New Jersey say “Joi-Zee,” believing that their unfounded stereotype is how everyone in NJ says “Jersey” Perplexingly, this means that, in reality, they are stereotyping themselves.

The most argued accent in the country. A lot of people in New Jersey dont have the accent. But a lot of the state do, some thicker than most. Most of the south part of the state don’t have an accent and also in North West jersey where the accent isn’t as common.

The accent is similar to the NY accent but at times there is a distinct difference that most people cannot tell apart. No one says Joisey for the record, it is just a myth.. The actual Northern NJ accent today is a mellowed version of a New York Accent, which in itself has its origins in the original British accent. As NY was a Tory region for so long. What is Jersey accent? Person one: Where are you from? Person two: oh North Jersey.

Person one: So you’re from Joisey then? Person two Person one Person two: That’s not a New Jersey accent Go fuck yourself. From food to travel, down to the way locals talk, the Garden State remains unique.

While most places in the US claim a certain twang or lilt to their speech, NJ seems to have developed a language all its own, with good reason. Accent — Noun. A distinctive mode of pronunciation of a language, especially one associated with a particular nation, locality or social class. Middle America and the West Coast became keen to the Jersey accent through pop culture. Lingusistics experts say it all has to do with immigration. Italian immigrants came from the south of Italy, where it was common to leave off the final vowel in a word and to change voiceless consonants, like the k-sounds in capicol, to voiced consonants, like the g-sounds in gabagool.

Maria Grazia Notarnicola, an Italian and humanities professor in a private NYC-area school, explained that the intertwining of the Italian language with English was created by immigrants as a method of communication.

It was essential for their survival. Yes, they could be all from Sicily but different towns in Sicily had different dialects. In order to communicate about basic things, like food, they came up with a vocabulary that aided in communication and created a community.

Along the way, some syllables got dropped, consonants swapped and vowels completely changed. This was how they were able to forge a community amongst themselves. But the vocabulary of the families and community stuck. So, in essence, New Jersey became an amalgamation of various places in Italy.