New York Chhī Eng-gí
New York Chhī Eng-gí (Eng-gí: New York City English), mā kiò chò To͘-hōe New York Eng-gí (Metropolitan New York English), sī chi̍t ê Bí-kok Eng-gí hong-giân, tī New York Chhī kap New York to͘-hōe-khu liû-thong.
Gōa-pō͘ liân-kiat[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]
- Varieties of English: New York City phonology from the University of Arizona's Language Samples Project
- A paper by Labov on dialect diversity, including information on NY dialect phonology[siông-sî bô-hāu liân-kiat]
- The New York Latino English Project The site of the New York Latino English project, which studies the native English spoken by New York Latinos.
- A site with samples of speech in various dialects, including New York
- AM New York's feature on the New York accent
- YouTube téng ê New York Chhī Eng-gí ê iáⁿ-phìⁿ Demonstration of NYC English raised and tensed /ɔː/, i.e., the THOUGHT vowel in words like 'coffee' and 'sausage.'