Learn to speak with a British accent.

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Oct 20, 2011
  1. Tanas
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    If you're thinking of travelling to the UK, why not learn how to speak in an authentic British accent and impress the locals, or may be, you would just like to impress your friends and family? Then look no further than this excellent tutorial.


     
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    'ello 'ello, wots all dis den?
     
  3. Tanas
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    Thats only if you want to join the police.
     
  4. Vulpes Abnocto

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    It's a fair cop.
     
  5. Ammako

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    British accent is pro.
     
  6. prowler

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    I sound nothing like that.
     
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    She sounds posh and Northern at the same time :unsure:




    But mainly retarded :mellow:
     
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    I'm a Northerner, what you trying to say :angry:
     
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    I'm an ex-Northerner :tpi:
     
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    What bloody region is that accent supposed to be from! lol Those loony Americans!
     
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    What If I have no accent at all?
     
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    Cor Blimey, Mary Poppins!

    That is most definitely NOT a British/English accent. If you came over here and spoke like that people would think you had brain damage.
     
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    Then you must not speak at all.
     
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    Or work for the BBC!
     
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    did she jst say Barbiee as Boobiee?? no wonder kids now days are turning into little bitches ....(no offence )
     
  16. SifJar

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    There is no such thing as a "British" accent. There are dozens of accents across Britain, more across Great Britain, and even more across the UK (I point this out because the OP seemed to suggest UK = Britain, which is not the case).
     
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    This sounds nothing like the English accent, stupid American dogs :P
    I live in a (relatively) posh area of England and no-one sounds like that
     
  18. SifJar

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    British =/= English.

    But then as an English person you wouldn't understand that :P

    (I haven't watched the video, so I don't know if it actually sounds British or not, but it claims to sound British, and you're complaining it doesn't sound English. I have to point out the huge flaw in that)
     
  19. Tanas
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    Did you even bother to read the titles of the videos? This is the EOF, I was just going along with the ignorance of this woman.
     
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  20. alidsl

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    well she's trying to impersonate an English accent and wrongly calling it British
     

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