Does having a dialect affect accents too?
So...because I have a southern accent, I'm uneducated? 😂😂
Eh I'm Canadian :P lol
I have an accent between Scottish and Canadian but mostly Canadian!
My accent tells me I'm from northern England
I can fake about 10 different accents .... I'm special that way !
Trump is not rude.
"British accents are sophisticated" have you ever heard a person from belfast talking? X)
explain how I have a more scandanavian accent and how everyone thinks I moved to washington, when I was born and raised here lol
in finnish every letter has one way to say it and it does not change no matter the word it is used in.
I'm bilingual but honestly I have no accent at all I think. For a while my parents told me I sounded like I was from a totally different part of my native country than I actually am, but that was probably because I had a friend in that part of my country and I picked up on her way of speaking (I was 10-12 at the time), but otherwise I grew up speaking with no specific accent at all since my mother whom I grew up with only started speaking my native language when she was 8 (it's not her native language) and thus not having much of an accent. My second language (which is english) is a mix of both british and american pronounciation and words, sometimes I just randomly "switch" in the middle of a sentence and start speaking what almost sounds like british when I before that spoke without an accent or a weakly american accent, if that makes sense.
I actually have a mixed accent : german, french, british, american. VERY frustrating.
what it means is ur from a specific country. period
Am British 😂
most brits like myself don't speak like that lmfaoo
I dont know why I think it's just me but I speak in several different accents everyday, Scottish Scouse Irish Birmingham accent Manchester accent and Bradford accent lol I feel I can express myself better in other accents
So americans are rude just because of our accent?!?!?!?!?!?!! ):
I say neither. I say "TOA-ma-toa"
Irish accent lol
ter mah toh or ter may toh?