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The English language spoken and written in England encompasses a diverse range of accents and dialects.
The dialect forms part of the broader British English, along with other varieties in the United Kingdom.
South of the Isogloss(A people), in the Midlands and Southern dialects, the Middle English phoneme Until recently, RP was widely considered to be more typical of educated speakers than other accents.
RP is also sometimes called an "Oxford accent"; the Oxford English Dictionary gives RP pronunciations for each word, as do most other English dictionaries published in Britain.
Most native English speakers can tell the general region in England that a speaker comes from, and experts or locals may be able to narrow this down to within a few miles.
Furthermore, the particularly close link in recent English society between speech, especially accents, and social class and values has made local dialect a hindrance to upward social mobility." The three largest recognisable dialect groups in England are Southern English dialects, Midlands English dialects and Northern English dialects.
The most prominent isogloss is the foot–strut split, which runs roughly from mid-Shropshire (on the Welsh border) to south of Birmingham and then to the Wash.
Historically, such differences could be a major impediment to understanding between people from different areas.