Dialects of English

English accents are often categorized according to rhoticity (how they pronounce the letter r) Generally, American dialects are rhotic, while those elsewhere are not.

Some dialects of English, such as Ebonics, or Jamaican patois, have their own grammar. Many other dialects do not.

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