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Hudson Valley English is a special dialect of the English language, found mainly in the Upstate New York regions around the Hudson Valley of the state. A very small number of the phrases that the people there use are derived from the Dutch language. Although it is very similar to other dialects, there are still a few minor difference. Some original Hudson Valley words are stoop (small porch) and teeter-totter. [1]




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