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Thanks for the suggestion.
Unfortunately

Words:
Music:

on separate lines is equally frequent.

It has been postulated that the Quebecois accent is closer to 18th century French pronunciation than what is spoken in France today. Same with American English as being closer to what was being spoken in Britain in the 17th and 18th centuries. Not sure about the Knoxville accent, though! :wink:

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That wouldn’t surprise me in the least. I know that Parisienne french has really shifted since the revolution and the Îsle de France has its own distinct rhythm and accent (the accent that I learned). The french of southern France has much more inflection whereas Paris is rather ‘cool’ and flat.