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Pacific Northwest English (also known, in the United States, as Northwest English) is a variety of North American English, and is geographically defined within the U.S. states of Washington and Oregon, sometimes including Idaho and the Canadian province of British Columbia. The area contains a highly diverse and mobile population, which is reflected in the historical and continuing development of the variety. Current studies remain inconclusive about whether Pacific Northwest English is a complete dialect of its own, separate from Western American English or even California English and Standard Canadian English, with which it appears to share its major phonological features.

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  • Pacific Northwest English (also known, in the United States, as Northwest English) is a variety of North American English, and is geographically defined within the U.S. states of Washington and Oregon, sometimes including Idaho and the Canadian province of British Columbia. The area contains a highly diverse and mobile population, which is reflected in the historical and continuing development of the variety. Current studies remain inconclusive about whether Pacific Northwest English is a complete dialect of its own, separate from Western American English or even California English and Standard Canadian English, with which it appears to share its major phonological features.
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  • Pacific Northwest English (also known, in the United States, as Northwest English) is a variety of North American English, and is geographically defined within the U.S. states of Washington and Oregon, sometimes including Idaho and the Canadian province of British Columbia. The area contains a highly diverse and mobile population, which is reflected in the historical and continuing development of the variety. Current studies remain inconclusive about whether Pacific Northwest English is a complete dialect of its own, separate from Western American English or even California English and Standard Canadian English, with which it appears to share its major phonological features.
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