New Jersey English
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The English language in the U.S. state of New Jersey is dialectally diverse, resulting in several regional English dialects spoken in the state. Therefore, New Jersey English may refer to any of these varieties of English:
- Mid-Atlantic American English
- Philadelphia English, spoken in South Jersey (excluding the extreme southern areas) and much of Central Jersey
- New York City English, spoken in northeastern New Jersey, such as Newark and Jersey City, and including Middlesex and Monmouth Counties
- Northern American English, spoken in northwestern New Jersey on the geographic edge of the Inland North dialect region
- Donohue, Brian; Sirling, Steve. "Mischief Night or Goosey Night? Subs or Hoagies? 9 Maps Showing How New Jersey Talks." NJ Advance Media for NJ.com. New Jersey On-Line LLC. 2015.
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