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In my opinion, her English is fairly cool. In addition, you've got a little bit time to that moment when you speak English as an american. I hope, I'm expressing my thoughts typing it all grammar properly. good luck. by the way I from russia
She is ok and of course doesn't sound like Melania but, if this is what you call "mastered American accent" then, I am the mf brainsurgeon, an eastern european accent is still present like herpes(once you got those badboys, it's live happily or in this case sad ever after)
Since this video came up on my suggestion, I might as well comment...
Most people not from America will think you sound American, but I’m from here and I can easily tell you do not have an American accent, but your dialect/lingo is like an American! Your Russian accent is still very present with every word you say, and probably won’t leave unless you disconnect yourself from heavily influenced Russian speakers. I’ll give you major props for speaking so clearly anyhow. What’s with trying to get rid of your Russian accent? It’s so unique and different.
“How I speak American accent” too much confidence in that sentence I think. It’s really good to have that confidence that you doing it right way. But trust me, you not 100% sound as American. It’s just a reality. But I like your accent. Keep improving it.
Well~ As an English learner, I just want to say that you don’t need to try so hard to fake an accent because it would make your English sound so annoying to native speakers’ ears...Just capture the sounds (from whatever accents you prefer) naturally and effortlessly (e.g. observe the way native speakers move their mouths and roll their tongues. Intonation is very important too). That’s how I made my English sound “American” lol~
you are doing a great job of inspiring masses to learn English.
I admire you for that.
but learning American English is nonsense.
it is distorted English. it is not real English.
only London is real English.
please ask your followers to learn and master British English.
learning American English is like opting for an imitation of Gucci and Chanel.
LOS Angeles, Ca
Why is everyone so mean in the comment section? I think you're good even though your accent (obviously) still shows up.
The accent doesn't really matter so who cares, at least you know two languages :)
Wonderful job Marina! Your English is great and you speak very fluently but there are some sounds you produce that reveals that you're Russian or at least a non native speaker. I'm an English teacher and I've read researchers who found out that after certain age, it's almost impossible to get a native-like accent. This is called the CRITICAL PERIOD HYPOTHESIS. Anyway, you are lively and great, and you encourage learners to improve their accents!! Go ahead!!!! 🤗Eugenia, from Argentina.
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Her English is VERY good but I don't believe she can claim she has "mastered an American accent". You might want to check out THE STORY OF HOW I GOT AN AMERICAN ACCENT | Learn English by lifelikejosie. This Swedish girl CAN say she has mastered an American accent.
Hey, I'm from India. I love to watch your videos for improving English. I would like to thank you for spreading your knowledge. But I am facing some problems while I'm speaking and also listing. And at most of the time I think that I'll never improve my listing or understanding skill because while I'm watching any English movies I didn't get what is he saying. So please give me some solutions for improving my both skills.please
I don't understand why people are complaining you not talking "Actual American Enlish". You are clearly good at it. As a Russian speaker who is taking an accent reduction course in American English, the only thing that I caught in your speaking was intonation: like higher vowels and lower vowels and you speak relatively slower. Little proof: 1:40 - 1:52. Just see how you and other girls speak, it's visible there. It just from perspective and honest/healthy feedback. :)
Wooooow so many jealous people here, YOU'RE GREEEN WITH ENVY, no doubt she speaks English fluently and for a foreign who almost had lived her entire life in Russia ,she definitely has a great American accent, you guys are picking on her but i'm pretty sure you can't even speak as well as she does with this awesome accent, CALM DOWN you don't need to indicate these tons of jealousy, just try to get over it 😂😂
She speaks really clearly. I have been in a couple English speaking countries but many people don't even speak as clearly as she does. She's definitely way above average. However, I guess speaking w accents doesn't mean that your English is not good. The thing is how clearly you speak to get your ideas across in my opinion. An obsession with a particular accent can make you neglect other important parts of learning a language. Plus, having accents can be unique and an advantage if it's communicable.
I live and work in Silicon Valley as a Web Developer. I've moved to the US from Russia when I was a little girl and I still have just a slight accent left (barely noticeable). When I speak, everyone thinks I am an American, although I look like your typical pretty Russian girl. I can tell you that you haven't mastered your American accent. Had you moved to the US when you were 10 years old, sure, you would speak like an American. But I still hear thick Russian accent present in your speech. Other than that, good job on learning English and making it here.
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