Listen to people from the Caribbean territory of Puerto Rico speak English in their native accent or dialect and, in some instances, Spanish in their native dialect. (Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States.) Please select a sample from the list below. For several good examples of a New York Puerto Rican sound, see New York.
Puerto Rico 1 male, 90, 1921, Puerto Rican, Old San Juan
Puerto Rico 2 female, 57, 1954, Cuban, San Juan (and Cuba)
Puerto Rico 3 male, 57, 1954, Puerto Rican, Bayamón and San Juan
Puerto Rico 4 female, 56, 1955, Puerto Rican, San Juan
Puerto Rico 5 female, 46, 1965, Puerto Rican, San Juan
Puerto Rico 6 male, 62, 1949, Puerto Rican, Ponce (but mostly Bronx, NYC, U.S.)
Puerto Rico 7 female, 59, 1952, Puerto Rican, Ponce (and Bronx, NYC, U.S.)
Puerto Rico 8 female, 24, 1989, Puerto Rican, Cupey (San Juan) & NYC (Harlem)
Puerto Rico 9 male, 36, 1977, Puerto Rican, San Lorenzo (& NYC & San Diego, U.S.)
Puerto Rico 10 female, 34, 1982, Puerto Rican, Aibonito
Puerto Rico 11 male, 31, 1986, Puerto Rican, Bairanquitas
For more information on Puerto Rico, visit Wikipedia.