New Jersey English

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Regional dialects of the English language in the U.S. state of New Jersey are diverse, resulting in several varieties of English spoken in the state,[1] though none are confined only to New Jersey. Therefore, the term New Jersey English may refer to any of these other varieties of English:


  1. ^ Donohue, Brian; Sirling, Steve. "Mischief Night or Goosey Night? Subs or Hoagies? 9 Maps Showing How New Jersey Talks." NJ Advance Media for New Jersey On-Line LLC. 2015.