Interactive Dialect Poll

Harvard University conducted a survey on dialect habits ("coopon" vs "cyoopon", "soda" vs "pop", etc) and published the results, with graphical maps, breaking the data down in a variety of ways. Unfortunately, you can no longer fill out the survey, so this poll was created to see how your dialect corresponds to the rest of the United States.

Some things to make note of:


1. aunt
   a. [] as in "ah"
   b. [] as in "ant"
   c. [] as in "caught"
   d. I have the same vowel in "ah", "caught", and "aunt"
   e. I pronounce it the same as "ain't"
   f. I use [/] when referring to the general concept of an aunt, but [] when referring to a specific person by name.
   g. I use [] when referring to the general concept of an aunt, but [/] when referring to a specific person by name.
   h. other

2. been
   a. [] as in "sit"
   b. [i:] as in "see"
   c. [] as in "set"
   d. other

3. the first vowel in "Bowie knife"
   a. [o:] as in "Bo"
   b. [u:] as in "boo"
   c. I have seen this word in print, but have no idea how to pronounce it
   d. I have never seen or heard this word
   e. other

4. caramel
   a. with 2 syllables ("car-ml")
   b. with 3 syllables ("carra-mel")
   c. I use both interchangeably
   d. I have both forms, but the two have different meanings (please state how in the comments box)
   e. other

5. the vowel in the second syllable of "cauliflower"
   a. [i:] as in "see"
   b. [] as in "sit"
   c. other

6. the last vowel in "centaur"
   a. [] as in "car" ("sen-tar")
   b. [] as in "caught"
   c. I use the same vowel in "car", "caught", and "centaur"
   d. rhymes with "sore" and "more" ("sen-tore")
   e. other

7. coupon
   a. with [u:] as in "coop" ("coopon")
   b. with [ju:] as in "cute" ("cyoopon")
   c. other

8. Craig (the name)
   a. [] as in "set"
   b. [e:] as in "say"
   c. I say something in between the vowels in "set" and "say", but closer to the one in "say"
   d. I say something in between the vowels in "set" and "say", but closer to the one in "set"
   e. other

9. crayon
   a. [] as in "man" (1 syllable, "cran")
   b. [ej] (2 syllables, "cray-ahn")
   c. [ej] (2 syllables, "cray-awn", where the second syllable rhymes with "dawn")
   d. [aw] (I pronounce this the same as "crown")
   e. other

10. creek (a small body of running water)
   a. [i:] as in "see"
   b. [] as in "sit"
   c. I use both interchangeably
   d. I don't know how to pronounce this word
   e. I use both, but they mean two different things (please state how they differ in the comments box)
   f. other

11. the first vowel in "Florida"
   a. [o:] as in "flow" ("flow-ri-da")
   b. [] as in "ah" ("flah-ri-da")
   c. [] as in "saw" ("flaw-ri-da")
   d. [] as in "sore" ("flore-i-da")
   e. other

12. flourish
   a. [] as in "bird" ("flurr-ish")
   b. [] as in "sore" ("flore-ish")
   c. [] as in "sun" ("fluh-rish")
   d. other (including if you use one pronunciation for the verb and a different pronunciation for the noun)

13. the last vowel in "handkerchief"
   a. [i:] as in "see"
   b. [] as in "sit"
   c. other

14. lawyer
   a. with [j] as in "boy" ("loyer")
   b. with [] as in "saw" ("law-yer")
   c. I use both interchangeably
   d. other

15. How do you pronounce Mary/merry/marry?
   a. all 3 are the same
   b. all 3 are different
   c. Mary and merry are the same; marry is different
   d. merry and marry are the same; Mary is different
   e. Mary and marry are the same; merry is different

16. mayonnaise
   a. with [] as in "man" (2 syllables--"man-aze")
   b. with [ej] (3 syllables--"may-uh-naze")
   c. I use both interchangeably
   d. other

17. the first vowel in "miracle"
   a. [i:] as in "near"
   b. [] as in "knit"
   c. [] as in "net"
   d. I say something in between [] and []
   e. other

18. mischievous vs. mischievious
   a. mischievous (3 syllables)
   b. mischievious (4 syllables)
   c. I write "mischievous" but say "mischievious"
   d. I use both
   e. other

19. the final vowel in "Monday," "Friday," etc.
   a. [e:] as in "say"
   b. [i:] as in "see"
   c. I use [e:] with the words in isolation, but [i:] in compounds (such as "Sunday school")
   d. other (e.g. do you use one vowel in some day names, and another in the other names?)

20. the second vowel in "pajamas"
   a. [] as in "jam"
   b. [] as in "father"
   c. other

21. pecan
   a. [pi:kn] with stress on the first syllable ("PEE-can")
   b. [pi:kn] with stress on the second syllable ("pee-CAN")
   c. [pi:kn] with stress on the first syllable ("PEE-Kahn")
   d. [pi:kn] with stress on the second syllable ("pee-KAHN")
   e. [pkn] ("pick Ann")
   f. [pkn] ("pick Ahn")
   g. I pronounce it differently when it's alone than when it's in a compound like "pecan pie" (please state how you pronounce the two variants in the comments box)
   h. other

22. poem
   a. one syllable
   b. two syllables

23. really
   a. [i:] as in "see" ("reely")
   b. [] as in "sit" ("rilly")
   c. [i] ("ree-l-y")
   d. other (including if you use two or more of these interchangeably)

24. realtor (a real estate agent)
   a. 2 syllables ("reel-ter")
   b. 3 syllables (real[]tor, in other words "reel-uh-ter")
   c. 3 syllables (ree-l-ter)
   d. I don't use this word; I use "estate agent"
   e. other

25. roof, room, broom, root
   a. [u:] as in "food"
   b. [] as in "foot"
   c. these four words do not all have the same vowel (please use the comments box to let us know which is which)

26. route (as in, "the route from one place to another")
   a. rhymes with "hoot"
   b. rhymes with "out"
   c. I can pronounce it either way interchangeably
   d. I say it like "hoot" for the noun and like "out" for the verb.
   e. I say it like "out" for the noun and like "hoot" for the verb.
   f. other

27. the first vowel in "syrup"
   a. [i] "sear-up"
   b. [] "sih-rup"
   c. [] as in "sir"
   d. other

28. Do you pronounce "cot" and "caught" the same?
   a. different
   b. same

29. almond
   a. all-mond (first syllable sounds like "all")
   b. ah-mond (no l)
   c. aw-mond (if different from "ah-mond")
   d. I say something in between l and nothing
   e. other

30. the "s" in "anniversary"
   a. [s] as in "sock"
   b. [] as in "shock"

31. asterisk
   a. asteri[ks]
   b. asteri[sk]
   c. asteri[k] (with no s in the final cluster)
   d. other

32. candidate
   a. I pronounce the first d
   b. I don't pronounce the first d
   c. I vary freely between pronouncing the first d and not doing so
   d. I only pronounce the first d when I'm speaking slowly/carefully
   e. Depends whether it refers to a political or generic candidate, as in "that assignment looks like a good candidate for elimination" (please state how the two pronunciations differ)
   f. other

33. the "s" in "chromosome"
   a. [s]
   b. [z]
   c. both are acceptable to me
   d. other

34. et cetera
   a. pronounced e[ts]etera (4 syllables)
   b. pronounced e[ts]etra (3 syllables)
   c. pronounced eksetera (4 syllables)
   d. pronounced eksetra (3 syllables)
   e. other

35. the final consonant in "garage"
   a. [] as in the middle consonant of "measure"
   b. [] as in "edge"
   c. I use both interchangeably
   d. other

36. the "c" in "grocery"
   a. [s] as in "sock"
   b. [] as in "shock"
   c. other

37. huge, humor, humongous, human...
   a. I pronounce the h
   b. I don't pronounce the h
   c. I can pronounce the h or not
   d. other

38. the "s" in "nursery"
   a. [s] as in "sock"
   b. [] as in "shock"
   c. other

39. the "s" in the last name of Elvis Presley
   a. [s]
   b. [z]

40. quarter
   a. with [kw]
   b. with [k] ("cor-ter")
   c. I use both interchangeably
   d. other

41. Do you use "spigot" or "spicket" to refer to a faucet or tap that water comes out of?
   a. spicket
   b. spigot
   c. I use both interchangeably
   d. I say "spicket" but spell it "spigot"
   e. I use both with different meanings (please explain how in the comments box)
   f. I don't use either version of this word
   g. other

42. strength
   a. the "g" is pronounced as [g]
   b. the "g" is pronounced as [k]
   c. the "g" is silent

43. the final consonant in "Texas"
   a. [s]
   b. [z]
   c. either one
   d. other

44. cream cheese
   a. CREAM cheese (stress on the first syllable)
   b. cream CHEESE (stress on the second syllable)
   c. it sounds right either way
   d. other

45. insurance
   a. INsurance (stress on the first syllable)
   b. inSURance (stress on the second syllable)
   c. I can stress either the first or the second syllable
   d. other

46. New Haven (the city in Connecticut where Yale University is located)
   a. NEW Haven
   b. New HAVEN
   c. I use both interchangeably
   d. other

47. Thanksgiving
   a. THANKSgiving
   b. ThanksGIVing
   c. I use both interchangeably
   d. other

48. umbrella
   a. UMbrella
   b. umBRELLa

49. I ____ her lifeless body from the pool
   a. dragged
   b. drug
   c. I use both interchangeably
   d. other

50. What word(s) do you use to address a group of two or more people?
   a. you all
   b. yous, youse
   c. you lot
   d. you guys
   e. you 'uns
   f. yins
   g. you
   h. other
   i. y'all

51. Would you say "Are you coming with?" as a full sentence, to mean "Are you coming with us?"
   a. yes
   b. no
   c. other

52. Would you say "where are you at?" to mean "where are you?"
   a. yes
   b. no
   c. I can use "where are you at" in contexts such as asking someone how s/he is coming along on a project, but not in the general sense of "where are you physically located in the world at this moment".

53. Modals are words like "can," "could," "might," "ought to," and so on. Can you use more than one modal at a time? (e.g., "I might could do that" to mean "I might be able to do that"; or "I used to could do that" to mean "I used to be able to do that")
   a. yes (please consider adding which combinations of modals you use in the comments box)
   b. no
   c. other

54. He used to nap on the couch, but he sprawls out in that new lounge chair anymore
   a. this use of "anymore" is acceptable
   b. this use of "anymore" is unacceptable
   c. not sure

55. I do exclusively figurative paintings anymore
   a. acceptable
   b. unacceptable
   c. not sure

56. Pantyhose are so expensive anymore that I just try to get a good suntan and forget about it.
   a. acceptable
   b. unacceptable
   c. not sure

57. Forget the nice clothes anymore (referring to babies eating messily after a certain age)
   a. acceptable
   b. unacceptable
   c. not sure

58. Which of these terms do you prefer for a sale of unwanted items on your porch, in your yard, etc.?
   a. tag sale
   b. yard sale
   c. garage sale
   d. rummage sale
   e. thrift sale
   f. stoop sale
   g. carport sale
   h. sidewalk sale
   i. jumble (sale)
   j. car boot sale
   k. car boot
   l. patio sale
   m. other

59. What do you call the game wherein the participants see who can throw a knife closest to the other person (or alternately, get a jackknife to stick into the ground or a piece of wood)?
   a. mumblety-peg
   b. mumbledy-peg
   c. mumbly peg
   d. mumbly pegs
   e. mumblely peg (with 2 l's)
   f. mumble peg
   g. mummety-peg
   h. mumble-the-peg
   i. fumbledy peg
   j. numblety peg
   k. peggy
   l. baseball jackknife
   m. stick-knife
   n. stick-frog
   o. stretch
   p. chicken
   q. knifey
   r. splits
   s. Russian roulette
   t. I have never heard of this "game" and have no idea what it's called
   u. other (state here if you have heard one or more of these terms but never knew what they meant)

60. What do you call the area of grass between the sidewalk and the road?
   a. berm
   b. parking
   c. tree lawn
   d. terrace
   e. curb strip
   f. beltway
   g. verge
   h. I have no word for this
   i. other

61. What do you call the area of grass that occurs in the middle of some streets?
   a. boulevard
   b. midway
   c. traffic island
   d. island
   e. neutral ground
   f. I have no word for this
   g. other

62. What do you call the long narrow place in the middle of a divided highway?
   a. median strip
   b. median
   c. boulevard
   d. mall
   e. traffic island
   f. neutral ground
   g. island
   h. park strip
   i. I have no word for this
   j. other

63. What do you call the drink made with milk and ice cream?
   a. milkshake/shake
   b. frappe
   c. cabinet
   d. velvet
   e. thick shake
   f. other

64. What do you call the long sandwich that contains cold cuts, lettuce, and so on?
   a. sub
   b. grinder
   c. hoagie
   d. hero
   e. poor boy
   f. bomber
   g. Italian sandwich
   h. baguette
   i. sarney
   j. I have no word for this
   k. other

65. What do you call the insect that flies around in the summer and has a rear section that glows in the dark?
   a. lightning bug
   b. firefly
   c. I use lightning bug and firefly interchangeably
   d. peenie wallie
   e. I have no word for this
   f. other

66. What do you call the miniature lobster that one finds in lakes and streams for example (a crustacean of the family Astacidae)?
   a. crawfish
   b. crayfish
   c. craw
   d. crowfish
   e. crawdad
   f. mudbug
   g. I have no word for this critter
   h. other

67. What do you call the kind of spider (or spider-like creature) that has an oval-shaped body and extremely long legs?
   a. daddy long leg(s)
   b. daddy big legs
   c. daddy (bug)
   d. father longlegs
   e. granddaddy
   f. daddy graybeard
   g. daddy spider
   h. harvestman
   i. moskeet spider
   j. pointer
   k. shepherd spider
   l. other

68. What nicknames do/did you use for your maternal grandmother?
   a. grandmother
   b. granny
   c. grandma
   d. nana
   e. mimi
   f. grammy/grammie/grammi
   g. other

69. What about your paternal grandmother (is there a distinction?)
   a. grandmother
   b. granny
   c. grandma
   d. gramma
   e. nana
   f. other

70. What do/did you call your maternal grandfather?
   a. gramps
   b. grandpa
   c. grampa
   d. grandad, granddad
   e. pap
   f. I spell it "grandpa" but pronounce it as "grampa"
   g. other (including if you use a different term to address him directly than you do when speaking about him to a third party)

71. paternal grandfather?
   a. gramps
   b. grandpa
   c. grampa
   d. pap
   e. other

72. What do you call the big clumps of dust that gather under furniture and in corners?
   a. dust bunnies
   b. dust kittens
   c. dust mice
   d. kitties
   e. dust balls
   f. other

73. What is your *general* term for the rubber-soled shoes worn in gym class, for athletic activities, etc.?
   a. sneakers
   b. shoes
   c. gymshoes
   d. sand shoes
   e. jumpers
   f. tennis shoes
   g. running shoes
   h. runners
   i. trainers
   j. I have no general word for this
   k. other

74. What do you call the little gray creature (that looks like an insect but is actually a crustacean) that rolls up into a ball when you touch it?
   a. pill bug
   b. doodle bug
   c. potato bug
   d. roly poly
   e. sow bug
   f. basketball bug
   g. twiddle bug
   h. roll-up bug
   i. wood louse
   j. millipede
   k. centipede
   l. I know what this creature is, but have no word for it
   m. I have no idea what this creature is
   n. other

75. What do you call the wheeled contraption in which you carry groceries at the supermarket?
   a. shopping cart
   b. shopping wagon
   c. grocery cart
   d. shopping carriage
   e. carriage
   f. buggy
   g. supermarket trolley
   h. other

76. What term do you use to refer to something that is across both streets from you at an intersection (or diagonally across from you in general)?
   a. kitty-corner
   b. kitacorner
   c. catercorner
   d. catty-corner
   e. kitty cross
   f. kitty wampus
   g. I can only use "diagonal" for this
   h. I have no term for this
   i. other

77. What do you call the activity of driving around in circles in a car?
   a. doing donuts
   b. doing cookies
   c. whipping shitties
   d. other

78. What do you call paper that has already been used for something or is otherwise imperfect?
   a. scratch paper
   b. scrap paper
   c. scratch paper is still usable (for example, the paper you bring to do extra work on a test); scrap paper is paper that isn't needed anymore and can be thrown away.
   d. other

79. What is your *general* term for a big road that you drive relatively fast on?
   a. highway
   b. freeway
   c. parkway
   d. turnpike
   e. expressway
   f. throughway/thru-way
   g. a freeway is bigger than a highway
   h. a freeway is free (i.e., doesn't charge tolls); a highway isn't
   i. a freeway has limited access (no stop lights, no intersections), whereas a highway can have stop lights and intersections
   j. other

80. What do you call it when rain falls while the sun is shining?
   a. sunshower
   b. the wolf is giving birth
   c. the devil is beating his wife
   d. monkey's wedding
   e. fox's wedding
   f. pineapple rain
   g. liquid sun
   h. I have no term or expression for this
   i. other

81. When you are cold, and little points of skin begin to come on your arms and legs, you have-
   a. goose bumps
   b. goose flesh
   c. goose pimples
   d. chill bumps
   e. chill bugs
   f. chilly bumps
   g. cold-chill bumps
   h. other

82. What do you call the gooey or dry matter that collects in the corners of your eyes, especially while you are sleeping?
   a. crackling
   b. sleep
   c. sleeper
   d. sleepy
   e. sleepies
   f. sleepy seed
   g. sleepy bugs
   h. eye booger
   i. eye shit
   j. eye crunchie
   k. eye crusties
   l. sand
   m. kitty
   n. gunk
   o. matter
   p. I have no word for this
   q. other

83. What do you call an easy course?
   a. gut
   b. crypt course
   c. crip course
   d. bird
   e. blow-off
   f. meat
   g. other

84. What do you call a traffic situation in which several roads meet in a circle and you have to get off at a certain point?
   a. rotary
   b. roundabout
   c. circle
   d. traffic circle
   e. traffic circus
   f. I have no word for this
   g. other

85. What is the thing that women use to tie their hair?
   a. (hair) elastic
   b. rubber band
   c. horsetail
   d. hair thing
   e. hair tie
   f. other

86. Do you use the word cruller?
   a. yes
   b. no, but I know what it means
   c. I have no idea what this means

87. Do you use the term "bear claw" for a kind of pastry?
   a. yes
   b. no, but I know what it means
   c. I have no idea what this means

88. What do you call someone who is the opposite of pigeon-toed (i.e. when they walk their feet point outwards)?
   a. duck-footed
   b. slue-footed
   c. splay-footed
   d. bow-legged
   e. toed out
   f. other
   g. I have no word for this

89. Can you call coleslaw "slaw"?
   a. yes
   b. yes, but I can also use it in other forms such as apple slaw or broccoli slaw
   c. no
   d. I have never heard that usage before
   e. other

90. What do you call the box you bury a dead person in?
   a. coffin
   b. casket
   c. a coffin and a casket are not the same, and I know the difference
   d. other

91. Do you say "vinegar and oil" or "oil and vinegar" for the type of salad dressing?
   a. vinegar and oil
   b. oil and vinegar
   c. both sound equally good to me
   d. neither
   e. other

92. What do you call it when a driver changes over one or more lanes way too quickly?
   a. Chinese lane change
   b. Chinese fire drill
   c. other

93. When you stand outside with a long line of people waiting to get in somewhere, are you standing "in line" or "on line" (as in, "I stood ___ in the cold for two hours before they opened the doors")?
   a. on line
   b. in line
   c. both sound equally good
   d. neither
   e. other

94. Do you say "frosting" or "icing" for the sweet spread one puts on a cake?
   a. frosting
   b. icing
   c. icing is thinner than frosting, white, and/or made of powdered sugar and milk or lemon juice
   d. both
   e. neither
   f. other

95. What is "the City"?
   a. New York City
   b. Boston
   c. DC
   d. LA
   e. Chicago
   f. other

96. What is the distinction between dinner and supper?
   a. supper is an evening meal while dinner is eaten earlier (lunch, for example)
   b. supper is an evening meal, dinner is the main meal
   c. dinner takes place in a more formal setting than supper
   d. there is no distinction; they both have the same meaning
   e. I do not use the term supper
   f. I don't use the term dinner
   g. other

97. Which of these terms do you prefer?
   a. trash can
   b. garbage can
   c. rubbish bin
   d. waste(paper) basket
   e. These words refer to different things
   f. other

98. Which of these terms do you prefer?
   a. By accident
   b. On accident
   c. both
   d. neither
   e. other

99. Which of these terms do you prefer for the small road parallel to the highway?
   a. frontage road
   b. service road
   c. access road
   d. feeder road
   e. gateway
   f. we have them but I have no word for them
   g. I've never heard of this concept
   h. other

100. Do you cut or mow the lawn or grass?
   a. cut the grass
   b. cut the lawn
   c. mow the grass
   d. mow the lawn
   e. other

101. Do you pass in homework or hand in homework?
   a. pass in
   b. hand in
   c. both
   d. neither
   e. other

102. What do you call the insect that looks like a large thin spider and skitters along the top of water?
   a. waterbug
   b. Jesus bug
   c. waterstrider
   d. strider
   e. water-spider
   f. watercrawler
   g. water beetle
   h. backstrider
   i. skimmer
   j. I have no word for this
   k. other

103. What do you call the thing from which you might drink water in a school?
   a. bubbler
   b. water bubbler
   c. drinking fountain
   d. water fountain
   e. other

104. What do you call a public railway system (normally underground)?
   a. the subway
   b. the L, or the El
   c. the T
   d. the metro
   e. BART
   f. other

105. What is your generic term for a sweetened carbonated beverage?
   a. soda
   b. pop
   c. coke
   d. tonic
   e. soft drink
   f. lemonade
   g. cocola
   h. fizzy drink
   i. dope
   j. other

106. What do you call the act of covering a house or area in front of a house with toilet paper?
   a. tp'ing
   b. rolling
   c. toilet papering
   d. wrapping
   e. papering
   f. bog rolling
   g. I have no word for this
   h. other

107. What do you call a traffic jam caused by drivers slowing down to look at an accident or other diversion on the side of the road?
   a. rubberneck
   b. rubbernecking
   c. rubbernecking is the activity (slowing down and gawking) that causes the traffic jam, but I have no word for the traffic jam itself
   d. gapers' block
   e. gapers' delay
   f. Lookie Lou
   g. curiosity delay
   h. gawk block
   i. I have no word for this
   j. other

108. What vowel do you use in bag?
   a. [] as in "sat"
   b. [] as in "set"
   c. [e:] as in "say"
   d. other

109. What do you call the paper container in which you might bring home items you bought at the store?
   a. bag
   b. sack
   c. poke
   d. other

110. What do you call the night before Halloween?
   a. gate night
   b. trick night
   c. mischief night
   d. cabbage night
   e. goosy night
   f. devil's night
   g. devil's eve
   h. I have no word for this
   i. other

111. What do you call the end of a loaf of bread?
   a. end
   b. heel
   c. crust
   d. nose
   e. butt
   f. shpitzel
   g. I have no word for this
   h. other

112. How do you pronounce the word for the type of drug that acts as central nervous system depressant and is used as a sedative or hypnotic? (Please do not look up the word in a dictionary before answering this question.)
   a. barbituate
   b. barbiturate
   c. I don't use either of these
   d. other

113. amphitheater
   a. f
   b. p
   c. other

114. citizen
   a. [s]
   b. [z]
   c. other

115. What do you call a point that is purely academic, or that cannot be settled and isn't worth discussing further?
   a. a moot point
   b. a mute point
   c. either one of the above
   d. I have no idea
   e. other

116. How do you pronounce the -sp- sequence in "thespian" (the word meaning "actor")?
   a. [sp] (as in "desperate")
   b. [zb] (rhymes with "lesbian")
   c. other

117. What do you call the level of a building that is partly or entirely underground?
   a. basement
   b. cellar
   c. I use both, and they mean the same thing
   d. A basement is finished (for example with plastered or painted walls, carpets, etc.), whereas a cellar is unfinished (made up of bare stone or cement, used only for storage).
   e. A cellar has an outside entrance (some call this a "bulkhead"), whereas a basement does not
   f. other

118. What do you call a drive-through liquor store?
   a. brew thru
   b. party barn
   c. bootlegger
   d. beer barn
   e. beverage barn
   f. we have these in my area, but we have no special term for them
   g. I have never heard of such a thing
   h. other

119. What do you call food that you buy at a restaurant but then eat at home?
   a. take-out
   b. carry-out
   c. either take-out or carry-out
   d. other

120. What do you say when you want to lay claim to the front seat of a car?
   a. dibs
   b. shotgun
   c. hosey
   d. high hosey
   e. I have no term for this
   f. other

121. What word do you use for gawking at someone in a lustful way?
   a. ogle
   b. oogle
   c. oggle (pronounced to rhyme with "boggle", but may still be spelled "ogle")
   d. I use both oogle and ogle interchangeably
   e. I use both ogle and "oggle"
   f. I have no word for this activity
   g. other

122. Do you say "expecially", or "especially"?
   a. expecially (or "ecspecially" or "ekspecially")
   b. especially
   c. I use both interchangeably
   d. neither
   e. other


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