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Do Ты have an accent? If so what are some words Ты pronounce differently from those around you?

I usually say;

- 'Ta' instead of 'to'.
- 'Ya'll' instead of 'you all'
- Things like 'jumpin' instead of 'jumping'
- 'Cause' instead of 'because'

And I have issues pronouncing;

- Hollow
- Girl
- Probably
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Say Hollow 3:)
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True-Finn-Fan said:
i think everyone has an accent to somebody else... it's all about perspective.
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thaliahunter4 said:
I have kinda a southern accent when I Speak and I say y'all and ain't
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Same.
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Siren-Lamia said:
Since I lived the first 15 years of my life in southern Maine, I have a Maine accent. Although I do pronounce certain words the British way but that was influenced by watching too many British shows.
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hetalianstella said:
I thought I didn't but I grew up in this really small town my whole life and then last год I moved to the city in the same state just maybe a hundred miles away, and I found out some people in my new school thought I was a European exchange student или something because I had this really different accent. I never noticed. I mean, same state, different towns but, I didn't know my Главная area would have developed its own accent...weird. >.>
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tonydixon said:
I talk faster then the people I am around because my family's from Denver! I get asked were Ты from? all of the time!
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iloveutokukeiko said:
I'm from Michigan, so I don't have an accent. However, my grandma is from a city in Michigan called Hamtramck so she talks like a southerner.
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16falloutboy said:
People say I have a Polish accent and I have trouble pronouncing my rs and ls :p
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springely said:
I swear this site is like, pisses themselves over accents.
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DanDan211985 said:
I am from swedin and me and my mom always use the words gick an Polens
That Meåns go for à strole
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Shadowmarioking said:
y'all're is something i say every so often
sit down comes out sometimes as "siddown"
a lot of what i say may come out as kinda conjuncted like maybe
"where are Ты going?"
thats about it
will come out as
"where're y'going?"
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ShadowFan100 said:
My family says I talk all southern and crap (and maybe so) but my accent isn't as heavy as theirs.

And well....now that this has been brought up, I never usually pay much attention to my words. Though I do pronounce "talk" like "tawk" (basically, I never say the "L" in "Talk" like the rest do) Same goes for "walk"

Sometimes my words do seem conjoined though.

Like "Wat'cha doin'?"
"Ou'side" (Outside)
Sometimes I say "ta" and "tha"
"in'na minute" (in a)
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Mollymolata said:
I think I dont have any accent in English, perhaps it can be that I speech something wrong like the word "Douchebag" I used to pronounce (Sometimes I do accidentaly, cause I knew how to pronounce it from a Song) "Dutchbag".
In german I dont have anyone, so far I know.
In portuguese my mom says, that Ive got the nothern accent (PT)
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Zeppie said:
I've got a kiwi accent i.e. someone from New Zealand.
It's one of the hardest accents to imitate I think... I mean I've never seen anyone who wasn't a kiwi pull off the accent well x) They just end up sounding Australian (and yes there's a big difference xP)
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luv_warriorcatz said:
we all have accents
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summer2987 said:
well i have a sort of mix between Australian and British, since i was born in the UK, lived there a few years, then moved the Melbourne.

now, i say a lot of words how they are normally said, just with a little accent. I have a different way of speaking, with different words.

i talk like most Australians, i use words like;

mate

barbie

cya this arvo

daks

dunnie

heaps

fair dinkum

earbashing

hooroo

rubber(here it means an eraser to the americas)

and thong(which isnt underwear, here it means flip flops)


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IamKyon said:
I am Indian, of course I have an accent.
And my voice makes it even stupider.
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Book-Freak said:
I am somewhere between RP and West Country (both British accents). In general I sound quite RP but phrases and pronunciations from the West Country slip in. I also have a little bit of an Australian sometimes (more in phrases than pronunciation) and I have a slight lisp, so my 'f's, 'v's and 'th's are a bit mixed up.
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