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According to the Oxford English Dictionary, an accent refers to a way in which words are pronounced that distinguishes one variety of a language from another.

The tone of a tale conveys a specific emotion. It might be happy, sad, funny, menacing, formal, informal, pessimistic, or hopeful.

Despite the fact that it is impossible to establish the exact number of English dialects spoken around the world, it is estimated that there are over 160 different English dialects.

We spoke about the three different forms of tone today. Nonassassinate, assertive, and aggressive.

The distinction between tone and accent as nouns is that tone is a specific pitch in music, but accent is a higher-pitched or stronger articulation of a particular syllable of a word or phrase in order to separate it from others or to stress it in linguistics. The difference between tone and accent as verbs is that tone refers to giving a specific tone to something, but accent refers to expressing the accent something audibly; to utter with accent.

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