Traditional speech in the Appalachians

We learn about the traditional style of speech found in the Appalachian Mountains and we meet typical mountain people Ray and Rosie Hicks. Professor Cratis Williams also talks about the Scots-Irish linguistic influence on the pronunciation of ‘It’.

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