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Subhurbia
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YN’s English

Postby Subhurbia » Tue Apr 30, 2019 11:24 pm

This is an addition to a couple of other threads involving English dialects.
Pick which choice YN’s citizens use in their English. If YN has multiple different English dialects, pick which one is the most dominant. If they’re is no dominant choice of speech, select more than one option if you want to. If YN’s people don’t use any pronunciation, vocabulary, or spelling, specify what they do use on the ‘other’ choice.
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[b]Pronounciations[/b]

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more American
[] a mix of both
[] Other

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[] with the same vowel as bad (short ‘a’ sound)
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’ (long ‘a’ sound)
[] Other

7. Is YN’s pronunciations rhotic or non-rhotic?

[] Rhotic (the last r in a word is pronounced)
[] Non-Rhotic (Water sounds like watah, butter sounds like buttah)


8. What ‘a’ sound is used in words like can or tram?

[] the same sound made in the word ‘bad’ (short ‘a’ sound)
[] the same sound made in ‘Chicago’ (sounds like a short o)
[] the same sound used in General American English (long ‘a’ sound)
[] Other




[b]Vocabulary[/b]

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] parking deck
[] Indoor Parking
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[] Toilet
[] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Urinal
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Any other unique vocabulary your nation uses?

[b]Spelling[/b]

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize 
[] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey? (As in the level of a house or building)
[] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

11. Do people spell check or cheque? (As in what you use to deposit/withdraw money)

[] check
[] cheque
[] Both
[] Other

12. Do people spell pajamas or pyjamas?

[] pajamas
[] pyjamas
[] Both
[] Other

13. Tire or tyre?

[] tire
[] tyre
[] Both
[] Other

14. Plow or plough?

[] plow
[] plough
[] Both
[] Other

15. Analog or analogue?

[] Analog
[] Analogue
[] Both
[] Other

[b]Grammer[/b]

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

11. “I don’t need to” or “I needn’t”?

[] I don’t need to
[] I needn’t
[] Other

12. “On the weekend” or “At the weekend”?

[] On the weekend
[] At the weekend
[] Other

[b]Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?[/b]


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Andocara
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Postby Andocara » Tue Apr 30, 2019 11:50 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[x] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[x] Other: ‘lew-tenant’

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[x] more American
[] a mix of both
[] Other

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[x] ahn
[] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[x] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[] with the same vowel as bad (short ‘a’ sound)
[x] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’ (long ‘a’ sound)
[] Other

7. Is YN’s pronunciations rhotic or non-rhotic?

[x] Rhotic (the last r in a word is pronounced)
[] Non-Rhotic (Water sounds like watah, butter sounds like buttah)


8. What ‘a’ sound is used in words like can or tram?

[] the same sound made in the word ‘bad’ (short ‘a’ sound)
[] the same sound made in ‘Chicago’ (sounds like a short o)
[x] the same sound used in General American English (long ‘a’ sound)
[] Other




Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[x] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] parking deck
[x] Indoor Parking
[x] Other: Parking Complex

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[] Toilet
[x] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[x] Lavatory
[] Urinal
[x] Other: Flushroom

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[x] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[x] Other: Grocery Shop

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[] Lift
[x] Other: Transit Floor

6. A meal before main course?
[] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[x] Other: Teaser

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[] stairs
[x] steps
[] Other

Any other unique vocabulary your nation uses? Lots, here are just a few
A tank of fizzler: A can of soft drink or a can of soda/pop
Fun land: Amusement Park
Inverse discrimination: The Andocarian term for Reverse discrimination
Fieldball: What Andocarans call football
Football: What Andocarans call soccer
Parking field: Andocaran word for parking lot (not multistory)
Walkway: Sidewalk or pavement
What Americans call bacon, Andocarans call cookie and vice versa.
Beef burger: A hamburger
Fundamental School: Andocarian equivalent of Elementary School, typically from Grade 1 to Grade 4
Intermediate School (sometimes called Intermediary School): Andocarian equivalent of Middle School/Junior High, typically from Grade 5 to Grade 8
Honors School: Andocarian equivalent for High School, typically from Grade 9 to Grade 12
The Arcade: an outlet mall
Career School: College or University
Video Park: What Americans call an arcade (which is a place full of arcade video games)
Parasol: an umbrella
Way In: An entrance
Way Out: An exit
Terrace: The back yard
Courtyard: The front yard
Crayon Pencils, or Colored Leads: Colored pencils
Cordial Lounge: A couch or sofa
Residential Suite: An apartment room
Eriyesterday: The day before yesterday
Overmorrow: The day after tomorrow
Theatre Park or Cinema Park: American equivalent to “the movies”. Not a movie theater, but a broader term, it refers to a place where all the playing movies are at.
Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[x] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable
* u's are only added in neighbor (neighbour), glamor (glamour), and favor (favour or favourite)

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[x] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable
* Generally center is used, but in corporation buildings centre is often used. Theatre and theater are also both acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[x] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[x] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[x] license
[] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[x] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[x] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[] aluminium
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable (aluminum is the standard, but aluminium is used in formal settings)

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[] story
[x] storey (like 3-storey building)
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[x] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

11. Do people spell check or cheque (something to use to deposit or withdraw money)?

[] check
[x] cheque
[] Both
[] Other

12. Do people spell pajamas or pyjamas?

[x] pajamas
[] pyjamas
[] Both
[] Other

13. Tire or tyre?

[] tire
[x] tyre
[] Both
[] Other
* assuming this is the context of car tyre, not the verb to tire out.
14. Plow or plough?

[] plow
[] plough
[x] Both
[] Other

15. Analog or analogue?

[] Analog
[] Analogue
[x] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[] in the hospital
[x] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[x] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[x] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[x] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[x] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[x] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[x] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[] I'd like to take a bath
[x] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[x] dived
[] both
[] Other

11. “I don’t need to” or “I needn’t”?

[x] I don’t need to
[] I needn’t
[] Other

12. “On the weekend” or “At the weekend”?

[] On the weekend
[x] At the weekend
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
The common pronunciation of words like status is "Stay-tus", rather than "stah-tus". English is pronounced as "Enn-glish", En as in endangered. This slightly differs from the common pronunciation "Inglish". Andocarans do have a slightly different accent from Americans. It is described as sounding more solid or structured. But generally, Andocaran English is like American English in terms of pronunciations, it’s grammar has both American and British features, while most of its spelling is American except for words that sound and are spelled the same in American English but have completely different meanings (for example check vs cheque, and story vs storey). Andocarans also spell some words their own way, such as using thru instead of through, thow instead of though, and thorowly instead of thoroughly. Andocara also has its own set of vocabulary that isn’t heard anywhere else in the world.
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Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[ X ] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[ X ] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[ X ] more North American
[] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[ X ] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[ X ] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[ X ] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[ X ] Fall
[] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[ X ] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[ X ] Restroom
[ X ] Toilet
[] Bathroom
[ X ] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[ X ] Other: Toire, borrowed from the Japanese トイレ, which is itself a clipping of トイレット (toiretto/toilet)

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[ X ] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[ X ] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[ X ] Appetizer
[ X ] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[ X ] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[ X ] stairs
[ X ] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[ X ] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[ X ] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[ X ] Both are acceptable (-ise spellings are more common, however)

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[ X ] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[] licence
[] Other
[ X ] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[ X ] depends (In Gandoorese English, the spelling 'programme' specifically refers to what, in American English, would be a season of a television show or in the UK a series)
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[ X ] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[ X ] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[ X ] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[ X ] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[ X ] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[ X ] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[ X ] Finished with something
[ X ] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[] Dreamed
[ X ] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[] Learned
[ X ] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[ X ] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[ X ] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[ X ] She just left
[ X ] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[ X ] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[] dived
[ X ] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English? Due to our nation's other official languages being Japanese and Russian, there are many loanwords from those two languages in Gandoorese English that are not used in other variants. (Indeed when it comes to Japanese, there are many examples of wasei-eigo [that is, Japanese-made English] terms that have been adopted into standard English, the aforementioned toire is one example with some other examples including: mansion for an apartment, spats for tights, soft cream for soft-serve ice cream, and CM for television commercial)
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Postby Indosekai » Wed May 01, 2019 12:41 am

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[X] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[X] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more North American
[X] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[X] ahn
[] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[] awf
[X] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[X] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[X] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[X] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[X] Toilet
[] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[X] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[X] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[X] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[X] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[X] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[X] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[X] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[X] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[X] license
[] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[X] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[X] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[X] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[X] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[X] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[X] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[X] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[] Finished with something
[X] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[X] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[X] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[] Fit
[X] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[X] They already saw it
[] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[X] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[X] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[X] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?

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Postby A m e n r i a » Wed May 01, 2019 2:10 am

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[✔] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[✔] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more North American
[] a mix of both
[✔] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[✔] ahn
[] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[✔] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[✔] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[✔] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[✔] Other: Parking Lot

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[✔] Toilet
[✔] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[✔] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[✔] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[✔] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[✔] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[✔] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[✔] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[✔] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[✔] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[] licence
[] Other
[✔] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[✔] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[✔] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[✔] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[] story
[] storey
[✔] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[] fulfil
[✔] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[] in the hospital
[✔] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[] Graduated from university
[✔] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[] Finished with something
[✔] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[✔] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[✔] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[✔] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[✔] They already saw it
[] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[✔] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[✔] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[] dived
[✔] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English? Basically Chinese accent with British spelling, at least most of the time.
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Diarcesia
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1413
Founded: Aug 21, 2016
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Diarcesia » Wed May 01, 2019 5:14 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[x] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[x] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more North American
[] a mix of both
[x] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[x] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[] awf
[x] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[x] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[x] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[x] Other: Polyorphautopark

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[x] Toilet
[] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[] Supermarket
[] Mart
[x] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[x] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[] Appetizer
[x] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[x] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[x] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[x] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[x] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[x] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[x] license
[] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[x] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[x] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[x] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[x] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[x] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[x] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[x] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[x] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[] Dreamed
[x] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[] Learned
[x] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[] Fit
[x] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[x] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[x] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[x] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
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Diarcesia wrote:Diarcesian English is synonymous to the English spoken in the Hylvorian Dieresis-Kingdom, itself descended from Old English before the Norman Conquest.

Diarcesia wrote:-ou- / -o- -o-
-re / -er -er. Examples: center, theater, macaber
-ce / -se -se
-xion / -ction -ction
-ise / -ize / -yse / -yze -ise and -yse
-ogue / -og -og. Such as demagog, monolog, and epilog
-mme / -m -m. This yields to words like programaticaly
-l- / -ll- -l
æ / œ / e Diarcesian English condenses them to e, in contrast to Diarcesian Latin keeping ae, oe, and e. Examples: eon, ecumenical, ether
Provide other examples as wished
Other miscellaneous spellings Diarcesian English words are mostly rooted from Old English and Greek, British and American English words are often considered as loanwords
  • errand and presby for embassy
  • redgift and proxeny for consulate
  • ceser and autocrat for emperor

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New Courania
Civil Servant
 
Posts: 8
Founded: Jul 23, 2017
New York Times Democracy

Postby New Courania » Wed May 01, 2019 5:20 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[x] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[x] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[x] more British
[] more North American
[] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[x] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[x] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[x] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[x] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[x] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[x] Restroom
[] Toilet
[] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[x] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[x] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[] Appetizer
[x] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[] stairs
[x] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[x] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[x] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[x] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[x] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[x] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[x] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[x] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[x] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[x] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[x] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammar

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[] in the hospital
[x] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[] Graduated from university
[x] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[x] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[] Dreamed
[x] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[] Learned
[x] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[] Fit
[x] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[x] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[] I'd like to take a bath
[x] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[x] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
Basically British English with Slavic accent.
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Following new legislation in New Courania, tourists found to be die-hard fans of Liverpool FC will be deported.

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New Juan Carlos Land
Lobbyist
 
Posts: 23
Founded: Jan 26, 2019
Authoritarian Democracy

Postby New Juan Carlos Land » Wed May 01, 2019 5:49 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[x] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[] ‘loo-tenant’
[x] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more North American
[x] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[]ahn
[] awn
[] ahoon
[x] Other: aon

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[] awf
[x] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[x] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[x] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[x] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[x] Restroom
[] Toilet
[] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[x] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[x] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[x] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[x] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[x] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[x] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[x] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[x] license
[] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[x] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[x] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[x] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[x] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[] fulfil
[x] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[] in the hospital
[x] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[x] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[x] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[] Dreamed
[x] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[] Learned
[x] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[x] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[x] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[x] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[x] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
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Hansdeltania
Diplomat
 
Posts: 832
Founded: May 17, 2014
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Hansdeltania » Wed May 01, 2019 6:03 pm

Pronunciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[X] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[X] Other: Members of the scientific community occasionally use "Zulu" from the phonetic alphabet.

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[X] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[X] more North American
[] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[X] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[X] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[X] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other

Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[] Autumn
[X] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[X] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[X] Restroom
[] Toilet
[X] Bathroom (in the privacy of a home)
[] Washroom
[X] Lavatory (term is used when inside a vehicle like an aircraft or on a ship)
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[X] Grocery Store
[X] Supermarket (usually larger grocery stores)
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[X] Food Mart (also known as convenience stores)
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[X] Elevator
[X] Lift (term used if primarily for cargo)
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[X] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[X] stairs
[X] steps (used when no more than ten steps up or outside)
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[X] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[X] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[X] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[X] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[X] license
[] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[X] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[X] aluminum
[] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[X] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[X] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[X] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[X] Other: "Graduated from college" or "graduated college." Most Hansdeltanians refer to "university" as the physical campus and "college" for higher education.

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[X] Other: Varies by context.

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[X] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[X] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[X] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[] They've already seen it
[X] Other: Both are commonly used.

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[X] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[X] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[X] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
Approximately a third of all Hansdeltanians pronounce words beginning with "J" like "zh" or "Y." For example, "juice" can be pronounced as "zhuice" (like the French name Jacques) or "yoose", though the "Y" pronunciation is more common with names.
The number of Ace Combat references I have is too damn low!

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Xeloncaresia
Bureaucrat
 
Posts: 62
Founded: Jun 11, 2018
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Xeloncaresia » Wed May 01, 2019 6:56 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[x] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[x] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more American
[x] a mix of both
[] Other

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[x] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[] awf
[x] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[x] with the same vowel as bad (short ‘a’ sound)
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’ (long ‘a’ sound)
[] Other

7. Is YN’s pronunciations rhotic or non-rhotic?

[x] Rhotic (the last r in a word is pronounced)
[] Non-Rhotic (Water sounds like watah, butter sounds like buttah)
^*The taught pronunciation is often rhotic, but there are lot of English speakers who use non-rhotic English

8. What ‘a’ sound is used in words like can or tram?

[] the same sound made in the word ‘bad’ (short ‘a’ sound)
[] the same sound made in ‘Chicago’ (sounds like a short o)
[x] the same sound used in General American English (long ‘a’ sound)
[] Other




Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[x] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] parking deck
[x] Indoor Parking
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[] Toilet
[x] Bathroom
[x] Washroom
[x] Lavatory
[] Urinal
[x] Other: Water Closet

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[x] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[x] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[x] Appetizer
[] Starter
[x] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[] stairs
[x] steps
[] Other

Any other unique vocabulary your nation uses? There are a few vocabulary words that are universal in Xeloncaresian English. For example people don’t use the word ancestor, but rather forebear. Most of the above basic vocabulary is universal throughout all Xeloncaresian communities.

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[x] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[x] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[x] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[x] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[x] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[x] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[x] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey? (As in the level of a house or building)
[] story
[x] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[x] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

11. Do people spell check or cheque? (As in what you use to deposit/withdraw money)

[] check
[x] cheque
[] Both
[] Other

12. Do people spell pajamas or pyjamas?

[] pajamas
[x] pyjamas
[x] Both
[] Other

13. Tire or tyre?

[] tire
[x] tyre
[x] Both
[] Other

14. Plow or plough?

[] plow
[x] plough
[x] Both
[] Other

15. Analog or analogue?

[] Analog
[x] Analogue
[x] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[] in the hospital
[x] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[x] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[x] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[x] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[x] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[] Fit
[x] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[x] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[] I'd like to take a bath
[x] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[x] dived
[] both
[] Other

11. “I don’t need to” or “I needn’t”?

[] I don’t need to
[x] I needn’t
[] Other

12. “On the weekend” or “At the weekend”?

[] On the weekend
[] At the weekend
[x] Other: At weekend

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?

Xeloncaresian English is very close to British English in terms of spelling, some vocabulary, some pronunciation, and grammar. The Standard Xeloncaresian Dialect is known as Universal Xeloncaresian English, which is widespread across the nation. There are numerous English dialects, but these come from ethnic enclaves formed by immigrant communities. Xeloncaresian English uses basic, common vocabulary used throughout all dialects of English, plus vocabulary words used in both American and British English, such as fuel, and soft drink. Xeloncaresian English vocabulary is for most part very basic and straightforward and the dialect itself lacks color and character, due to the fact that it is meant to unify all enclave dialects in the nation. The pronunciation taught in schools mixes both American and British pronunciation.
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Jirena
Lobbyist
 
Posts: 23
Founded: Oct 26, 2018
New York Times Democracy

Postby Jirena » Wed May 01, 2019 7:12 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[x] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[x] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[x] more North American
[] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[x] ahn
[] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[] awf
[x] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[x] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[] Autumn
[x] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[x] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[] Toilet
[x] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[x] Grocery Store
[] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[x] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[x] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[] stairs
[x] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[x] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[x] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[x] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[x] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[x] license
[] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[x] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[x] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[x] aluminum
[] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[x] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[x] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[x] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[] Graduated from university
[x] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[] Finished with something
[x] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[x] Depends

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[] Learned
[] Learnt
[x] Depends

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[] Fit
[] Fitted
[x] Depends

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[x] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[] I'd like to take a bath
[x] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[x] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
Sometimes at ending Ys they can just make uh (u in but).

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Augustan America
Attaché
 
Posts: 93
Founded: Feb 24, 2019
Ex-Nation

Postby Augustan America » Wed May 01, 2019 10:32 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[X] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[X] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[X] more North American
[] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[X] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[X] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[X] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[X] Fall
[] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[X] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[] Toilet
[X] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[X] Other: Market

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[X] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[X] Other: Apps

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[X] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[X] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[X] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[X] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[X] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[X] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[X] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[X] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[] aluminium
[X] Other: Alumnum
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[X] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[X] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[X] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[X] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[] Finished with something
[X] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[X] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[X] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[X] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[X] They already saw it
[] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[X] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[X] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[X] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
After centuries of isolation following the Great Cataclysm, English in America split into many different dialects that, while mutually intelligible with other English speakers, can barely be called the same language anymore. American Standard, more commonly referred to simply as American, is the most commonly spoken dialect and is often used as a lingua franca along with Latin. American is often called Vulgar English as it's grammatical structure and spelling are, in some aspects, much different than the common form of English spoken in the U.S. prior to the Great Cataclysm. Pre-Cataclysm English, known as Classical English or Old World English, is still taught, but only among the clergy and nobility. While both the clergy and nobility use Latin and not English to communicate, knowledge in Classical English is necessary to study and interpret ancient American holy texts such as the Declaration of Independence or Constitution.
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New Yeeia
Bureaucrat
 
Posts: 41
Founded: Nov 02, 2016
Ex-Nation

Postby New Yeeia » Wed May 01, 2019 10:39 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[X] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[X] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[X] more North American
[] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[X] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[] awf
[X] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[X] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[] Autumn
[X] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[X] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[X] Restroom
[] Toilet
[X] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[X] Grocery Store
[] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[X] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[X] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[X] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[X] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[X] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[X] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[X] license
[] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[X] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[X] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[X] aluminum
[] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[X] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[X] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[X] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[X] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[] Finished with something
[X] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[X] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[X] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[X] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[X] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[X] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[] I'd like to take a bath
[X] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[X] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
No

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Wawakanatote
Envoy
 
Posts: 267
Founded: Feb 19, 2012
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Wawakanatote » Wed May 01, 2019 10:42 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[X] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[X] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more North American
[X] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[X] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[X] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[X] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[] Autumn
[X] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[X] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[X] Restroom
[X] Toilet
[X] Bathroom
[X] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[X] Grocery Store
[X] Supermarket
[X] Mart
[X] Marketplace
[X] Food Store
[X] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[X] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[X] Appetizer
[X] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[X] stairs
[X] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[X] license
[] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[X] depends
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[X] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[X] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[X] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[X] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[X] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[X] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[] Finished with something
[X] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[X] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[X] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[X] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[X] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[X] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[X] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[] dived
[X] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?

No
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Posts: 85
Founded: Jan 05, 2017
Ex-Nation

Postby Leskya » Wed May 01, 2019 10:47 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[X] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[X] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more North American
[X] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[X] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[X] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[X] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[X] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[X] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[X] Restroom
[X] Toilet
[X] Bathroom
[X] Washroom
[X] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[X] Grocery Store
[] Supermarket
[] Mart
[X] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[X] Elevator
[X] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[X] Appetizer
[X] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[X] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[X] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[X] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[X] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[X] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[] licence
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[X] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[X] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[X] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[X] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[X] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[X] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[X] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[X] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[] Dreamed
[X] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[] Learned
[X] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[X] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[X] They already saw it
[] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[X] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[X] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[X] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English? No
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Veridys
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Posts: 78
Founded: Sep 15, 2015
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Veridys » Wed May 01, 2019 10:51 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[x] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[x] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[x] more North American
[] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[x] ahn
[] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[x] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[] with the same vowel as bad
[x] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[x] Fall
[] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[x] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[x] Restroom
[] Toilet
[] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[x] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[x] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[x] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[x] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[x] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[x] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[x] license
[] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[x] aluminum
[] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[x] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[x] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[x] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[x] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[x] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[x] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[x] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[x] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[x] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[x] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[x] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?

Words such as status and process are pronounced as "stay-tus" and "pro-cess" respectively. Though Veridys was at one point a colony and later a Dominion of Britain, the accent of its people sounds closer to that of American/Canadian English.
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Anollasia
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Posts: 25452
Founded: Apr 05, 2012
Liberal Democratic Socialists

Postby Anollasia » Thu May 02, 2019 8:33 am

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[X] ‘zee’
[X] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[X] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more North American
[X] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[X] ahn
[] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[] awf
[X] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[X] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[] Autumn
[X] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[X] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?*
[X] Restroom
[X] Toilet
[X] Bathroom
[X] Washroom
[X] Lavatory
[] Other:
*Restroom is only used for ones in restaurants/cafés, bathroom is only used if there is actually a bath/shower, lavatory is typically used for ones on airplanes

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?*
[X] Grocery Store
[X] Supermarket
[] Mart
[X] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other
*Grocery store typically has fresh produce (I.e. Fruits and vegetables), supermarket can have produce but not necessarily, marketplace is used for a temporary outdoor market with vendors

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[X] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[X] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[X] stairs
[] steps
[X] Other*
*Can also be called stairway, staircase, or stairwell but stairs is the most common

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[X] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[X] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable*
*But "realize" is more common

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[] licence
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[X] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[X] Both are acceptable*
*But "grey" is more common

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[X] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[] story
[] storey
[X] both are used*
[] Other
*"Story" means a tale, "storey" means a floor of a building

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[X] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammar

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[X] in the hospital
[X] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[X] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[X] Finished with something
[X] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[X] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[X] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[X] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[X] They already saw it
[X] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[X] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[X] I'd like to take a bath
[X] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[X] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

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Posts: 940
Founded: Jan 12, 2019
Iron Fist Consumerists

Postby American Pere Housh » Thu May 02, 2019 8:46 am

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[x] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[x] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[x] more North American
[] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[x] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[x] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[x] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[x] Fall
[] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[x] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[x] Restroom
[] Toilet
[x] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[x] Grocery Store
[] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[x] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[x] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[x] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[x] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[x] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[x] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[x] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[x] license
[] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[x] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[x] aluminum
[] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[x] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[x] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[x] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[x] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[x] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[x] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[] Learned
[x] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[x] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[x] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[x] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[] dived
[x] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?no
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Jacrain
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Posts: 22
Founded: Jan 19, 2017
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Jacrain » Thu May 02, 2019 10:31 am

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[x] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[x] Other: ly-u-tenant

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more American
[] a mix of both
[x] Other

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[] awn
[x] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[x] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[x] with the same vowel as bad (short ‘a’ sound)
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’ (long ‘a’ sound)
[] Other

7. Is YN’s pronunciations rhotic or non-rhotic?

[x] Rhotic (the last r in a word is pronounced)
[x] Non-Rhotic (Water sounds like watah, butter sounds like buttah)


8. What ‘a’ sound is used in words like can or tram?

[x] the same sound made in the word ‘bad’ (short ‘a’ sound)
[] the same sound made in ‘Chicago’ (sounds like a short o)
[] the same sound used in General American English (long ‘a’ sound)
[] Other




Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[] Autumn
[] Both
[x] Other: Waning Season, Harvest season

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[x] Parkade
[] parking deck
[] Indoor Parking
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[] Toilet
[x] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Urinal
[x] Other: Water Closet

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[] Supermarket
[] Mart
[x] Marketplace
[x] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[] Lift
[x] Other: Up/Down Room, Leveler

6. A meal before main course?
[] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[x] Other: pre-course

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[x] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Any other unique vocabulary your nation uses?

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[x] Other: colur/flavur
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[] Centre
[x] Other: centr
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[x] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[x] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[] licence
[x] Other: lisense
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[x] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[] aluminium
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[x] Other: stori

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[x] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

11. Do people spell check or cheque when referring to getting paid?

[] check
[] cheque
[] Both
[x] Other: chek

12. Do people spell pajamas or pyjamas?

[] pajamas
[] pyjamas
[] Both
[x] Other: pujommas

13. Tire or tyre?

[] tire
[] tyre
[] Both
[x] Other: tyer

14. Plow or plough?

[x] plow
[] plough
[] Both
[] Other

15. Analog or analogue?

[x] Analog
[] Analogue
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[x] Other: hospital they’re in

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[x] Other: University they graduated

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[x] Other: Something is finished

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[] Dreamed
[x] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[] Learned
[x] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[] Fit
[x] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[] They've already seen it
[x] Other: It they saw already

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[] She's just left
[x] Other: Just left she

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[x] Other: Take bath I’d like

10. Past tense for dive?
[x] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

11. “I don’t need to” or “I needn’t”?

[] I don’t need to
[] I needn’t
[x] Other: Needn’t I

12. “On the weekend” or “At the weekend”?

[] On the weekend
[] At the weekend
[x] Other: At weekend

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English? Jacrainese English often use subject-verb-object grammatical structure, similar to American Sign Language. In addition the spelling is uniquely distinct, having a tendency to often be spelled based on how they sound.
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The Federated Soviets of North America
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 159
Founded: Oct 31, 2018
Left-wing Utopia

Postby The Federated Soviets of North America » Thu May 02, 2019 10:46 am

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[x] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[x] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[x] more North American
[] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[x] ahn
[] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[] awf
[x] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[x] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[x] Fall
[] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[x] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[x] Restroom
[x] Toilet
[x] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[x] Grocery Store
[x] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[x] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[x] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[x] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[x] Other (Culr̀/Flëvr̀)
[x] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[] Centre
[x] Other (Sentr̀)
[x] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[] realise
[x] Other (Rïlæz)
[x] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[x] traveling
[] travelling
[x] Other (Čravl̀îňǵ)
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[] licence
[x] Other (Læ̈sǹz)
[x] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[] depends
[x] Other (Prögram)
[x] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[] grey
[x] Other (Grë)
[x] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[x] aluminum
[] aluminium
[x] Other (Ulüminum)
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[x] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[x] Other (Stôrï

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[x] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[x] Other (Fûfil)

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[x] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[x] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[] Finished with something
[x] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[x] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[x] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[x] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[x] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[x] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[x] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[] dived
[x] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?

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Postby Great Mojave » Thu May 02, 2019 10:52 am

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[x] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[x] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[x] more North American
[] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[x] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[x] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[x] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[] Autumn
[x] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[x] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[] Toilet
[x] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[x] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[x] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[x] Appetizer
[x] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[x] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[x] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[x] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[x] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[x] traveling
[] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[] licence
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[x] program
[] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[x] gray
[] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[x] aluminum
[] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[x] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[x] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[x] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[x] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[x] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[] Dreamed
[x] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[] Learned
[x] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[x] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[x] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[x] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[x] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
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Posts: 2149
Founded: May 19, 2017
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Postby Arthropol » Thu May 02, 2019 4:46 pm

English is not an recognised language of Arthropol. These choices reflect the most popular usage.

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[x] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[x] ‘loo-tenant’ is most commonly used
[x] ‘lef-tenant’ is taught
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[x] more British is taught
[] more North American
[] a mix of both
[x] neither, people usually have French accents

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[x] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[x] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[x] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[x] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[x] Other: Car park

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[x] Restroom
[x] Toilet
[x] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[x] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[x] Grocery Store
[x] Supermarket
[x] Mart
[x] Marketplace
[x] Food Store
[x] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[x] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[] Appetizer
[] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[x] hors d'oeuvre
[x] Other entrée

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[x] stairs
[x] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[x] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[x] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[x] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[x] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[x] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[x] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[x] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[x] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[] story
[x] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[x] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammar

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[x] in the hospital
[x] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[x] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[x] Finished with something
[x] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[] Dreamed
[x] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[] Learned
[x] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[x] Fit
[] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[x] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[] I'd like to take a bath
[x] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[] dived
[x] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
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Lobbyist
 
Posts: 22
Founded: Apr 24, 2018
New York Times Democracy

Postby Carradonia » Sun May 05, 2019 2:57 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[x] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[] ‘loo-tenant’
[x] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more American
[x] a mix of both
[] Other

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[x] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[x] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[] with the same vowel as bad (short ‘a’ sound)
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[x] sounds like ‘baig’ (long ‘a’ sound)
[] Other

7. Is YN’s pronunciations rhotic or non-rhotic?

[x] Rhotic (the last r in a word is pronounced)
[] Non-Rhotic (Water sounds like watah, butter sounds like buttah)


8. What ‘a’ sound is used in words like can or tram?

[x] the same sound made in the word ‘bad’ (short ‘a’ sound)
[] the same sound made in ‘Chicago’ (sounds like a short o)
[] the same sound used in General American English (long ‘a’ sound)
[] Other




Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[x] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] parking deck
[x] Indoor Parking
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[x] Toilet
[] Bathroom
[x] Washroom
[x] Lavatory
[] Urinal
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[x] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[x] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[x] Appetizer
[x] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[] stairs
[x] steps
[] Other

Any other unique vocabulary your nation uses?

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[x] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[x] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[x] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[x] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[x] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[x] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[x] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[x] aluminium
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey? (As in the level of a house or building)
[] story
[x] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[x] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

11. Do people spell check or cheque? (As in what you use to deposit/withdraw money)

[] check
[x] cheque
[] Both
[] Other

12. Do people spell pajamas or pyjamas?

[] pajamas
[x] pyjamas
[] Both
[] Other

13. Tire or tyre?

[x] tire
[] tyre
[] Both
[] Other

14. Plow or plough?

[] plow
[x] plough
[] Both
[] Other

15. Analog or analogue?

[] Analog
[x] Analogue
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[] in the hospital
[x] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[] Graduated from university
[x] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[] Finished with something
[x] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[x] Dreamed
[x] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[x] Learned
[x] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[] Fit
[x] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[x] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[x] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[x] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[] dove
[x] dived
[] both
[] Other

11. “I don’t need to” or “I needn’t”?

[] I don’t need to
[x] I needn’t
[] Other

12. “On the weekend” or “At the weekend”?

[] On the weekend
[x] At the weekend
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English? Carradonian English is heavily British influenced in many ways including vocabulary. The standard accent however sounds like a mixture of South England Accent and Nova Scotian Accent.
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Akrafjall
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Posts: 81
Founded: Jan 28, 2019
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Akrafjall » Mon May 06, 2019 3:10 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[] ‘zed’
[X] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[] ‘loo-tenant’
[] ‘lef-tenant’
[X] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[] more British
[] more North American
[] a mix of both
[X] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[X] ahn
[] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[X] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[X] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[X] Fall
[] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[X] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[] Toilet
[X] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[X] Supermarket
[] Mart
[X] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[] Other

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[X] Elevator
[] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[] Appetizer
[X] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[X] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[X] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[] Center
[] Centre
[X] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[] realize
[] realise
[X] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[] travelling
[X] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[] licence
[X] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[] programme
[] depends
[X] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[] grey
[X] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[] aluminium
[X] Other
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[X] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[] fulfil
[] Both
[X] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[X] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[X] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[X] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[X] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[X] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[] Fit
[X] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[X] They've already seen it
[] Other

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[X] She just left
[] She's just left
[] Other

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[] I'd like to take a bath
[X] I'd like to have a bath
[] Other

10. Past tense for dive?
[X] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
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Diplomat
 
Posts: 771
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Postby Lanorth » Mon May 06, 2019 3:29 pm

Pronounciations

1. How do people in YN pronounce the last letter of the alphabet, 'Z'?
[] ‘zee’
[/] ‘zed’
[] Other

2. How do people pronounce lieutenant?

[] ‘loo-tenant’
[/] ‘lef-tenant’
[] Other

3. Are the accents in your nation more British, more North American, or neither?

[/] more British
[] more North American
[] a mix of both
[] neither

4. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘on’.

[] ahn
[/] awn
[] ahoon
[] Other:

5. The most common pronounciation of the word ‘off’.

[/] awf
[] ahf
[] Other

6. How are words like bag pronounced?

[/] with the same vowel as bad
[] sounds like ‘beg’
[] sounds like ‘baig’
[] Other






Vocabulary

1. The season that comes after summer:
[] Fall
[/] Autumn
[] Both
[] Other

2. What’s the most common term for a multistory parking building?
[] Parking garage
[/] Multistory Car Park
[] Parkade
[] Other:

3. What do people call a place you go for body function relief/personal convenience?
[] Restroom
[] Toilet
[/] Bathroom
[] Washroom
[/] Lavatory
[] Other:

4. What do people call a place where you shop for goods, mainly food?
[] Grocery Store
[] Supermarket
[] Mart
[] Marketplace
[] Food Store
[] Food Mart
[/] Other - Shop

5. Something you use to travel up/down floors in a multistory building?
[] Elevator
[/] Lift
[] Other

6. A meal before main course?
[/] Appetizer
[/] Starter
[] tidbit
[] Namkeen
[] hors d'oeuvre
[] Other

7. A set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another, typically inside the building.
[/] stairs
[] steps
[] Other

Spelling

1. Do people write/spell color/flavor or colour/flavour?

[/] Colour/flavour
[] Color/flavor
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

2. Do people write/spell center or centre?

[/] Center
[] Centre
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

3. Do people write/spell realize or realise?
[/] realize
[] realise
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

4. Do people write/spell traveling or travelling?
[] traveling
[/] travelling
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

5. Do people write/spell license or licence?
[] license
[/] licence
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

6. Do people write/spell program or programme?
[] program
[/] programme
[] depends
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

7. Do people write/spell the color/colour gray or grey?
[] gray
[/] grey
[] Other
[] Both are acceptable

8. Do people write/spell the word aluminum or aluminium?
[] aluminum
[] aluminium
[/] Other - Aluminum or aluminium are not words for the people of Lanorth, instead we write and spell it 'sulphur'.
[] Both are acceptable

9. Do people write/spell the word story or storey?
[/] story
[] storey
[] both are used
[] Other

10. Do people write/spell fulfill or fulfil?
[] fulfill
[/] fulfil
[] Both
[] Other

Grammer

Which of the following are phrases YN's English speakers would say?

1. “In the hospital” or “In hospital”
[/] in the hospital
[] in hospital
[] Other

2. “Graduated from university” or “Graduated university”?
[/] Graduated from university
[] Graduated university
[] Other

3. “Finished with something” or “Finished something”?
[/] Finished with something
[] Finished something
[] Other

4. "Dreamed" or "Dreamt"?
[/] Dreamed
[] Dreamt
[] Other

5. "Learned" or "Learnt"?
[/] Learned
[] Learnt
[] Other

6. Past tense word for "fit"? (Example: It fit him perfectly VS It fitted him perfectly.)

[] Fit
[/] Fitted
[] Other

7. "They already saw it" or "They've already seen it"?

[] They already saw it
[] They've already seen it
[/] Other - Extended version of the second option: 'They have already seen it.'

8. "She just left" or "She's just left"?
[] She just left
[] She's just left
[/] Other - Extended version of the second option, once again: 'She has just left.'

9. "I'd like to take a bath" or "I'd like to have a bath"?
[] I'd like to take a bath
[] I'd like to have a bath
[/] Other - Extended version of the first option: 'I would like to take a bath..'

10. Past tense for dive?
[/] dove
[] dived
[] both
[] Other

Are there any special distinct characteristics about YN's English?
Not really. We tend to use posh words and extended words to make our sentences sound more interesting and less boring, as we may say. Also, we spell 'color' 'colour'. If ever you have a word that has 'or' somewhere within it, apart from or, it will likely have the letter 'u' after the 'o'.
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