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Standard American English

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Standard American English is a misnomer. There is no body or authority which governs any form of standardized form of American English.

Relevant related articles include:

United States[edit]

  • American English, the set of varieties of English spoken in the United States
  • General American English, a generalized variety or accent, representing a continuum of natural accents spoken across the United States

Standard English[edit]

  • Standard English, covers the topic of the national norms in major English-speaking countries

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