A language-learning app called “dictionary.com” is revolutionizing how language is learned and used in the world with the help of artificial intelligence. In just a few years, “dictionary.com” has gone from a small web application
Has your home dialect changed over time? Our algorithm is based on historical data from the Survey of English Dialects
If a user has a British accent, it is likely that their speech is closer to the geographical region of England than the North American dialect. The Survey of English Dialects was a survey run
This app has been developed by researchers at University of Sheffield to help people explore the English dialects of England. The app allows people to explore the map and view their region’s accent from a
“Do you pronounce /r/ in “shoulder”? Do you call the shelf “sheuf”? And what on earth is a “hoddy-doddy”?
One of the biggest problems with language is that there is a multitude of dialects, many of which have been changing over time. In this article we will be exploring the use of these regional