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The “Peppa” Accent Effect On Children

Freda Liu | Christine Wong | Arvindh Yuvaraj

21-Feb-19 12:15

The “Peppa” Accent Effect On Children

The popular UK children’s TV show, Peppa Pig, is apparently causing American children to develop a southern English accent. How much can television really affect us?


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Tags:  accentInternational Mother Language DayPeppa Pigchildren’s television





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