1. Issac

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    Speaking English or Swedish with a Japanese accent :wub:
     
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    have you ever heard spaniards speak english?
     
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    My maternal family's from Argentina, and I can understand them just fine - sure, that's not Spain, but it is a Spanish-speaking country.
    Mum and her two siblings (my aunt and uncle) do have better English than my grandparents, but I can still understand my grandma and grandpa.
     
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    I 2nd that, and I also like the sound of french women speaking American English.

    I do not like the middle eastern(hebrew/arabic)accents, they always sound like they're clearing their throats.
     
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    If we are going that one then quick story time.

    Earlier I posted examples of the scouse accent (that being those from Liverpool and some of the surrounding areas -- we will skip the Woollyback vs Liverpudlian debate today).
    I used to live there for a while.
    One day I am walking down the street and two ladies were speaking Arabic. They switched to English at one point and it was a pitch perfect almost piss take Liverpudlian accent. Surprised me and made me laugh somewhat.

    My usual secondary story here. So a year or two after that I am in Amsterdam and end up in an Irish bar. A Dutch girl there worked behind the bar and had done for years. Seems she ended up with a similarly pitch perfect Irish accent.
     
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