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I'm a Dutch student, and I'm researching American slang. I'd like to find out the differences between the down south, east and west coast slang. Could you give me some specific differences?

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I hope that you realize that there's a lot more to the U.S. than just these three regions. –  Peter Shor Dec 3 '11 at 19:24
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That is way too open ended a question for here. A google search for Southern American English, the Philadelphia/New Jersey/New York/Boston accents, etc. Wikipedia should have a good start for you. –  Mitch Dec 3 '11 at 20:57