Why do languages have different dialects?
That's in my behind: It already happened. Use of a- fixin' to, with several spelling variants such as fixing to or fixinta,  to indicate immediate future action; in other words: intending to, preparing to, or about to.
But we often judge people by the way they speak and there are certain prejudices within our society. Mackenzie Cash, a native of Alabama, notes that the stereotypes of SAE are kind of a backhanded compliment.
Diction word choice Different dialects use different words to convey the same meaning, or the same word to convey a different meaning. It is more of an aah with a short "a" sound. The older Southern American accent, which became less prominent following the Civil War, had stronger similarities to the British accents of Northern England.
With smiles and warmest regards, Andy. Use of been instead of have been in perfect constructions.
No, it is not a separate language, but there is a noticeable accent, and we have different terms and sayings as well.