Different words, different pronunciation - I will split into two persons and try both British and American version! Learn British English in the UK - https://goo.gl/9Sv93B. Learn American English in the USA - https://goo.gl/3WFwQt
Speak English like an American - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otUnhd8ozg8
50 Common Phrases in English - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bj5btO2nvt8
British vs American homes - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_e0rIRh-bY
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Hi Marina I loved your video, I’m an American from the state of Hawaii and I’ve heard of posh but we never use it...I thought it meant something like “glam” but I guess I’m wrong?? And oh, I realized I say “aluminum” the British way, not sure if that’s what we say in Hawaii or if it’s just me lol
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funny you discovered accents so late. I think if you listen to a north korean person speaking and its south korean counter part, you would realize those are two different accents, even if you don't speak any korean. I wonder whether that would depend on just ear acuteness or on the fact that , afaik 'in russia there are no regional accents' and therefore you were not familiar with the concept
What is a British accent last time I checked the British were most Scottish English and Welsh and in some ways northern Ireland unlike the us wear countries inside countries by the way that is upper class English used there we don't all sound like that stop stereotyping it would be like us thinking your all southern hicks from the US south
Hi Marina ! I am from India and after watching this video I realise that my pernounciation of these perticular words used by you in this video is not particularly based on any one style ( British or American ) I pernounce some words as per British style and another in American style....it's so funny by the way 😀😁
Wow!! Really amazing marina, you're incredible in speaking both American & English. I prefer to use the American accent Cuz it's so simple and modern than the British one. I've looking for this video to notice the difference between the two accents; British & American. Very Good work . Much appreciated 👏👏
Hi thanks for the video 😍🤗 I'm from India and the Indian use British English more than American English. but I'm always confused to the pronounciation of words . from your video I'm came to know the my right pronounciation . Plzz make such videos .I'm waiting for your new video with full of more excitement 🤩
your English is clean....I get the impression that you sound more...Canadian ...my wife is Russian living in Texas and within 10 years of speaking English ...the pace of her English changed ...kind of ...England....to American....to Texan....
kkkk I learned english in USA, now I am leaving in New Zeland, so hard! But I can tell the difference...and adjust my listening, so, My 10-year-old gilr, who speak fluently, said another day , Mom, I know how to speak like a Queen!
You speak of one type of American accent. I'm from the northeast currently living in Texas. Southern accent is also distinct. Yankee accent has the diminished R's like England. West coast uses different colloquial speech as well.
Hello. I'm from Asia and I'm a Chinese in Malaysia, but I can recognize the British and American accents.I only realized that I use both accents together in my daily conversation and I write both British and American English in my writing. It's real that British English is more to the pronouncation of "A" and American speaks English really fast.
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