Where The "Van Isle" Accent Came From, And Why It's Disappearing

Where The "Van Isle" Accent Came From, And Why It's Disappearing

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EPISODE SUMMARY

Among some Victorians descended from English settlers, a variation of the British accent was passed down from generation to generation. We look into what exactly the "Van Isle" accent sounds like, where it came from, why it persisted for so long, and how it lives on today.

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Among some Victorians descended from English settlers, a variation of the British accent was passed down from generation to generation. We look into what exactly the "Van Isle" accent sounds like, where it came from, why it persisted for so long, and how it lives on today.

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