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I am a native speaker of American English, as spoken in the New England region (Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and Rhode Island).

I am also somewhat familiar with the dialects of the American South and Midwest. Having traveled to the United Kingdom a few times, I can usually understand British English, provided it is fairly standard.


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comment Why do some words have two past tense forms (e.g. “dreamed” vs. “dreamt”)?
@Jon Hanna - Wow, that's some good info. I have added a clarification to my original question. +1
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revised Why do some words have two past tense forms (e.g. “dreamed” vs. “dreamt”)?
Change EDIT to CLARIFICATION
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comment How many tenses are there in English?
So, the future doesn't exist?
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answered How many tenses are there in English?
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comment Is there a single word for “one who speaks/boasts a lot about everything”?
Edited my answer.