Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Dialect"

The meaning of "Dialect" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does as a dialect mean?
A: A dialect is where people speak a language differently in a place
Q: What does dialect mean?
A: A dialect is a form of a language that is spoken in a particular area.
Q: What does dialect mean?
A: like arabs they have different dialects like if you are from iraq you will have a different dialect from someone that is lebanese
Q: What does dialect mean?
A: dialect = subtle differences in a native languaged based on geographical location.

I hope that translates well.

Example sentences using "Dialect"

Q: Please show me example sentences with dialect.
A: Southerners will say “y’all” instead of “you all”

Americans say “French fries” and Brits will say “chips”

Americans say “cookie” and brits say “biscuits”

Many people say caramel differently (car - mol, and care-a-mel)

There’s many more but that’s the list I could come up with
Q: Please show me example sentences with dialect.
A: I love hearing Kyoto dialect, but there are other dialects in Japan that I enjoy hearing, too.
Q: Please show me example sentences with dialect.
A: He speaks in a southern dialect. He uses words like "y'all" instead of "you all".

Synonyms of "Dialect" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Dialect & Local Languageは、どう違いますか? and 1. This towel is printed Osaka dialect. 2.This towel is printed Osaka local language. この文章は正しいですか?Are these sentences correct? ?
A: dialectのほうが自然
Q: What is the difference between dialect and accent ?
A: A dialect can be described as an offshoot of a language, that has its own unique differences in pronunciation, grammar, or vocabulary (most often, a dialect would differ all three).

An accent is a deviation from what is considered to be the standard in pronunciation only. Unlike a dialect, which is spoken by a group of people, an accent may be individual in nature, such as a foreign language that is the result of the speaker's inability to pronounce the language he is learning correctly. An accent can also be standard in itself when it is a part of an established dialect of the language.
Q: What is the difference between dialect and slang ?
A: dialect = speech of some specific region.
slang = words that differentiated from their original meaning. e.g.: sick -- originally it meant "ill", but used as a slang, it means "awesome". // Those movements were sick, bro!
Q: What is the difference between dialect and accent ?
A: Dialect is the choice of words and the ways words are used.
Accent is the pronunciation.
Q: What is the difference between dialects and accenta
accents ?
A: A dialect is a set of regional words that are different from other regions. Accents are differences in how you pronounce words.
For example, a southern United States accent makes the vowel sounds (a e i o and u) longer.

Translations of "Dialect"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? dialect
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? dialect
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? .. which dialect it is?
https://youtu.be/G2xWg2ckKHI
A: This is a Yorkshire accent from York (England)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? You always switch to dialect when you get angry
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 日本語訛り(日本人の英語の訛り)は英語で、Japanese dialect or Japanese accsent?
A: You can just say "Japanese accent"

For instance "I have a Japanese accent"

Other questions about "Dialect"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce dialect.
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Q: “Fella” is It dialect? I heard it in Deadpool 2 and it sounds like so
Thank you!
A: I'm fairly certain that it's not; I'm from the Midwest and I've heard many people say it, but I also feel like I've heard people from the west and east say it too. And I don't know if you know this, but Japanese dialects seem to be pretty unique in language. At the very least, they're very different from American dialects. That is to say, American dialects exists, but they're not as common or different from place to place as Japanese dialects are.
Q: What dialect does the heroine speak in Black Mirror S03E06?
We argue about Scottish and Irish.
Please tell me which is the correct one and the symbol of the two dialects.
A: Kelly MacDonald speaks with a Scottish accent. I assume that's who you mean. I don't know the series and other women have regional accents as well.
Q: How many dialects are in US? And How different are they?
A: @inbong: According to my cultural geography textbook, there are 4 dialects in the US: the north dialect, west dialect, midlands dialect, and the southeastern dialect.
Q: 1. There are many dialects in English.
2. There are many dialects of English.
3. There are many dialects for English. does this sound natural?
A: The first and the second sound good to me!

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