Which excerpt from Their Eyes Were Watching God is the best example of regional dialect?

a “Shucks! If dat’s her notion she’s barkin’ up de wrong tree. Mah hands is full already.”“

Regional dialect refers to a distinct form of a language that is spoken in a particular geographical region. Dialect most often signals that a person belongs to a particular geographical area, although it can sometimes indicate other characteristics, such as race or social class. Regional dialects often present spelling, grammar and vocabulary that differs from the standard use of the language.

The correct answer would be choice A. regional dialect is a form of speech used from parent to child. 

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