Yeah man kiwi accents are pretty great. I've got that typical, boring American accent you hear on tv all the time. I can switch to kiwi whenever I want, though.
Thanks for the MHO @Ninafrances3 🌹
Yeah.. South African accents are pretty cool too
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Britain is home to many accents. Any specific ones you're talking about?
British English... Elton john and Paul mccartney British 🤔
Ones a Southerner and ones a Northerner. So i'm guessing you like the London and Liverpuddlian (Liverpool) accent.
Sure, I'll take it 🙃
@nodnol32 most people not in the UK don't really know the different accents. I even study accents but it's the same with the USA and UK I think. Do you know the difference between a Georgia accent and a Texan accent? Or between Southern Creole and Adirondacks? Differentiate a New York accent from a Boston accent?
I don't know the different American accents since I'm not from there and have never been. I'm from the UK, so i was like might as well ask since the gentleman said British accents and even if he doesn't know the different accents of most places in Britain but everyone does kind of know the Scottish accent. It is a part of Britain.
I'm of Asian descent so I can tell apart to an extent those accents too. It really is what you grew up with or what you identify with.
@nodnol32 I would say most people who don’t live in The UK could probably identify Scottish, Irish, cockney, and then most other British accents are sort of blended together.
@zeitgeist057 you are right.
Well actually my favorite is, “You already know.. I’m gonna kill you today”. “The sheer terror that comes with dying, I remember it well”. “Do you know the millions of times I’ve done this”? “You’re just another worthless skin bag”
The good ole bri-ish accent..😂
Excuise me. I'm northern English and I definitely (over) enunciate the T in words. Missing it out is an American (and Southern) English thing!
@Levin I see. Thanks. 😊
You can learn to speak with an accent, it's not that difficult but it takes a commitment to learning and practice. I can do dozens of accents, most of them quite well.
@zeitgeist057 yeah i have done that I can do British accent and kinda french, But i’m trying to learn some aussie accent.
@tae_ie okay, so if you can do British, you can do Ozzie. It's very similar, but for Oz you have to vibrate your nose a bit like when you hum, and the air comes out your nose. So when you are speaking with a British accent close your mouth a bit and make some of the air vibrate in your nasopharynx. Play around with it a bit and say "typical Aussie things" like "shrimp on the barby" (lol they don't actually say that) or "Foster's... Australian for Budweiser" (lol they don't say that, either, but it's fun).