Sometimes when i watch British movies, i have to play some scenes again to understand some sentences (especially when they speak very fast), but i speak and understand the American accent as well as my mother language (even if they speak very fast), that's why i prefer American movies over British movies.
I'm falling in love with the British accent and I know the British accent is the original English but the way they speak is just so... whatever, my question for you is: is it just me because I'm not a native English person or there's Americans out there having the same problem?
American words vs British words
Water = Wotah
Fuck = Fok
You = Yow
Exercise = Exersoise
Name = Naime
Corner = Corna
Father = Fatha
Mother = Matha
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Thise pronounciations are not correct. I was a lynguist for a while and those examples you gave were not correct. You mean the glottal T.
There is a pronounciation different. But we pronounce the T strongly vs it being silent in American.
the T sound in American is often pronounced as a D. For example, Water, Bother, Saturday. Americans pronounce them as Wader, bodher, sadurday
Alternatively, if the T is within the word. In American English it is skipped whereas in British, it is pronounced strongly. For example Interview - Inerview, Internet, Inernet,
H is silent in American, it is not pronouned, E. g Herb - Erb
Your last 2 words were using cockney English, most British people do not pronounce like that1