The first villager, an elderly woman answered the first question with the affirmative. When she was asked to imitate how the girls spoke she said that the girls “call god name every time.” She clarified that by stating that the girls use a particular phrase, “Oh meh God.” When she imitated this phrase there was a noticeable change in the height of pitch, of her voice. When asked if the girls, speak in a high-pitched voice, she responded with “yea they doh talk natural.” This suggests that the information has an internal standard for the sound of “natural speaking”. When asked in a comparison between her speech and the student’s speech she stated that the students tone had a higher tone. The recognition of higher tone in speaking fits into the hearsay theory that students of the school speak with an accent.The second informant provided more details about the girls’ speech. According to her, there is indeed a school accent and she proceeded without further prompting to imitate it. Unlike the other villager, who only imitated how the students spoke and provided a particular phrase they used, this woman attempted to mimic the girls’ conversation. When attempting mimicry of the girls’ conversation, the woman produced the exact words of the conversation and how they were produced in relation tone and pitch.