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Newfoundland English is a term referring to any of several accents and dialects of Atlantic Canadian English found in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Most of these differ substantially from the English commonly spoken elsewhere in Canada and North America. Many Newfoundland dialects are influenced by the dialects of England's West Country, in particular the city of Bristol and the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire and Somerset, while in terms of general cultural heritage, one estimate claims 80 to 85 percent of Newfoundland's English heritage came from England's southwest. Other Newfoundland dialects are influenced by the dialects of Ireland's southeastern counties, particularly Waterford, Wexford, Kilkenny and Cork. Still others blend elements of both and there is

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  • Newfoundland English
  • Anglais de Terre-Neuve
  • Newfoundlands-Engels
  • 纽芬兰英语
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  • 纽芬兰英语(英語:Newfoundland English)是主要在加拿大纽芬兰与拉布拉多省使用的几种英语口音,和加拿大其它地区的英语有很大不同。部分口音与英格兰西部的口音接近,尤其是布里斯托口音和康沃尔口音;部分口音与爱尔兰英语的东南部口音接近;还有部分口音混合了前两种及。
  • Newfoundland English is a term referring to any of several accents and dialects of Atlantic Canadian English found in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Most of these differ substantially from the English commonly spoken elsewhere in Canada and North America. Many Newfoundland dialects are influenced by the dialects of England's West Country, in particular the city of Bristol and the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire and Somerset, while in terms of general cultural heritage, one estimate claims 80 to 85 percent of Newfoundland's English heritage came from England's southwest. Other Newfoundland dialects are influenced by the dialects of Ireland's southeastern counties, particularly Waterford, Wexford, Kilkenny and Cork. Still others blend elements of both and there is
  • L’anglais de Terre-Neuve regroupe plusieurs dialectes de l'anglais rencontrés dans la province de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador. Ils sont souvent considérés comme présentant les traits les plus particuliers de l'anglais canadien. Quelques dialectes de Terre-Neuve font penser par l'accent du sud-est de l'Irlande (comme à Wexford et Waterford) et d'autres rappellent ceux du West Country en Angleterre ou une combinaison des deux. Le fait est dû principalement à l'immigration massive à partir d'un nombre limité de ports dans ces régions spécifiques.
  • Newfoundlands-Engels (Engels: Newfoundland English) is een variëteit van het Canadees-Engels die gesproken wordt op het eiland Newfoundland en aan de zuidkust van Labrador. De taalvariëteit staat gemeenzaam ook bekend als het Newfinese. Soms wordt ook de door sommigen als pejoratief beschouwde term Newfie gebruikt.
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  • Newfoundland English
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  • Newfoundland English
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