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Improve Your Accent 4 yıl önce
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Sumaira Haris vlog
Sumaira Haris vlog 3 aylar önce
I am watching from Pakistan and ilke you
Sumaira Haris vlog
Sumaira Haris vlog 3 aylar önce
Very good
; ; blueberry
; ; blueberry 2 yıl önce
America: We have an american accent UK: We have a british accent Me: I have a stupid accent
King in the north
King in the north Aylar önce
yeah, british accent mixed with american accent😅
Sazzad Hossain Sangram
But where are you from
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
The English queen
Well Uk doesn't only have British accent it has English accent,Scottish accent,Walish accent and Irish accent.
Gamage Perera
Gamage Perera Yıl önce
@Eric Darmawan ok I'll bite you
Bapti Borthakur
Bapti Borthakur 2 yıl önce
Americans: *Take the language a bit casually* British: *Take it in a very cultured way* Australians: We take it in both way so no problem!
Niko Bella-Khouf
Niko Bella-Khouf 5 aylar önce
@Lucas Latin American get over it already. We're the United States of America. So, we're Americans. Nobody in the world refers to people from the Americas as Americans.
jess
jess 7 aylar önce
@Lucas Latin American there's no other word for them in english whilst every other country in the continents has one for their country e.g from Brazil you are Brazilian from Canada you are Canadian. But the US doesn't have one so we just stick to Americans lol.
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
Fab! The fab-ulous!
Fab! The fab-ulous! 7 aylar önce
...so well, thumbs up for Aussies 😎😎😎🤣
Goofy GrandLouis
Goofy GrandLouis Yıl önce
Let me re-phrase that. To speak English, imagine you have a broom stuck in your behind. To speak American, imagine you're stoned or a valley girl.
ALupusAlbertus
ALupusAlbertus 2 yıl önce
The problem for most non-native speakers is that they probably learned British english pronounciation at school but forgot it later because they mostly had contact with American english speakers. The result is a strange mixture that exposes you immediately, even if you actually speak English quite well.
dilek
dilek 3 aylar önce
so true
The Windmill Chronicler
In English, the words “America” and “American” refer mostly to the US.
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
Jace Arnold ❌
Jace Arnold ❌ Yıl önce
*It is English language-language of England not an American language-language of America which doesn't exist* English is pronounced how English people prononce not how Americans do
noname
noname 2 yıl önce
American : Donald Trump British: Theresa May Viewers: Non native English speakers
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
Juan Dt
Juan Dt 11 aylar önce
Lol verdadero jejeje
TheWarrior
TheWarrior Yıl önce
Viewers: Pobji Mobail
Elma van der Merwe
ha ha ! Exactly !
Enrique Granados
Enrique Granados Yıl önce
Es más fácil imitar el acento inglés. English accent is easier to imitate for me, spanish speaker.
Guilherme Teixeira
Guilherme Teixeira 2 yıl önce
I'm a non native speaker, but I've learned English by exposing my self to American content, so I pronounce words much more similar to the American accent. It is very interesting for me to identify my accent in a second language :)
Coder Media
Coder Media 6 aylar önce
It ain't that hard, you just gotta learn to speak your native language with an English accent then you gonna be able to apply it to actual English sentences! 😉
Nori Tutor
Nori Tutor 2 yıl önce
I'm Brazilian and I've been learning English a some time, and I think it's amazing how there are differences between accents
활력소정- 해외생활 & 꾸준히영어
What a great video!! I am going to share with my students who study British English. Also, for me to practice pronunciation😄 thank you so much!!
Rubina Shiver
Rubina Shiver 2 yıl önce
I think the best way to learn an accent is to live for a certain amount of time in the place where it is used. I've never been in the United States or Great Britain and only travelled across other european countries and spoke English with other non native speakers so I learned the pronounce from many different youtubers both from USA and GB. So the result is a funny mix of Italian accent (I'm from Italy) and texan/british pronunciation 😂 (texan because the first youtuber I've ever binge watched for months without captions was Grav3yardgirl, and british because I try to imitate the beautiful and perfect speech of John MacLean.)
WithJinnuar
WithJinnuar 2 yıl önce
Others ; America Others ; British Me ; Ameritish Are we same? Yes we're unique
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
America is a continent, not a country
Jace Arnold ❌
Jace Arnold ❌ Yıl önce
*It is English language-language of England not an American language-language of America which doesn't exist* English is pronounced how English people prononce not how Americans do
Kohinur
Kohinur 2 yıl önce
@Miriana Cavallin In India has a Britannia company that made biscuits, cakes, etc... 🤣 🤣🤣🤣
Kohinur
Kohinur 2 yıl önce
hahahaha 🤣🤣🤣
kim shiung
kim shiung 2 yıl önce
@Mellysa Henggar your accent is British !
bozhen wang
bozhen wang 2 yıl önce
Wow, your lessons are excellent! For ESL learners, if they want to learn American accent, there are a few very detailed and awesome channels on youtube, such as Rachel's English, Clear English ,etc. However, if they want to learn British accent, there is not even one available channel on youtube. What a shame for all learners. Hope that you will make more videos about British accent.
zuc
zuc 2 yıl önce
English: Water American: Wader Russian: Vodka
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
maaax
maaax Yıl önce
you mean wohta or wo-a
Виктор Ляпин
I’ll find you. And we’ll drink русскую водку together
Muhammad Fariz
Muhammad Fariz Yıl önce
indo: tuak
Лазар Станковић
@Valeh Əmirov Same in Serbia
Tukemuth
Tukemuth 2 yıl önce
Poor guy, just imagine how much nonsense he had to listen to in order to catch all these words.
English Channel
English Channel Yıl önce
Hahaha yes, relatable
Ümit Açıkel
Ümit Açıkel Yıl önce
Hahaha :) nice comment
Jennefer Hernandez
🤣 I seriously thought the same thing lol
Adele :)
Adele :) 2 yıl önce
😂😂😂yeah
Dilaawaiz Fazal
Dilaawaiz Fazal 2 yıl önce
hahaha
Rafay Sheikh
Rafay Sheikh 3 yıl önce
Who else here mix both accent in their English like me ? 😂😂
BenceHalász
BenceHalász Yıl önce
Me
Ostad Fiha
Ostad Fiha Yıl önce
I mostly try to follow british bt sometimes sound like American.
NAVEEN DOGRA
NAVEEN DOGRA 2 yıl önce
Well most South Asians and Middle eastern English speaking people do
Albert Dumont
Albert Dumont 2 yıl önce
my english teatcher said that this is my case too
tay lor
tay lor 2 yıl önce
ME 2
Hellnato V
Hellnato V 2 yıl önce
This video is incredible! I'm lucky to find it. Thank you for your time, I image how much work it took to putt all the different accents from real videos together.
Alvin Jackson
Alvin Jackson 2 yıl önce
Thanks a lot :))) This video has been really useful. I'm Indonesian and I am still trying to distinguish the differences between both. Other than the commonly mentioned differences, the H sound is the one I haven't been realizing all these times.
Kidzuma's Studio
Kidzuma's Studio Aylar önce
The editing is brilliant And thank you for the explanation, it's one of the best videos about English language I've ever seen
Anit Franklin
Anit Franklin 2 yıl önce
This was wonderful!! Knowing the difference. Being an Indian I love the British way and accent but when I speak I have accidentally sounded American a couple of times. 🤭. Anyway thank you 😊
Nourhanne maliQe
Nourhanne maliQe 3 yıl önce
And my accent is: *Ameritish*
Abdullah Isa Goldstein
@ngoc anh English is my second language. At first when I spoke English, I had a heavy Russian accent. Then, as I was improving my English English, I got closer to what others call British accent.
Abdullah Isa Goldstein
@Pistachio Once I’ve heard a woman from the state of Georgia speak, and thought she was an Aussie. Maybe the Dixie accent is similar to Australian accent.
Jiya Khan
Jiya Khan 5 aylar önce
😂😂
Sazzad Hossain Sangram
🤣😂Ameritish
Jay Llama
Jay Llama 7 aylar önce
Samee
Gregorius Sudaryono
Gregorius Sudaryono 7 aylar önce
I like to improve my pronunciation from the channel. Thank you so much, dear teacher 🙏
IriSka
IriSka 2 yıl önce
Thank you for such a great video. I love it how you make those slow cuts to hear the difference clearly. So cool!
Di Di
Di Di 3 aylar önce
Thanks for this video ☺️ Very interesting! I hope i will learn more about English pronunciation 🙏🙏 Wish all people good day!
am stärksten
am stärksten 11 aylar önce
Hello.I lived in Vietnam since I was 11. In my school, everyone's pronunciation is British. I live in Japan now. In Japan, everyone’s pronunciation is American. I was surprised at first.
DIVYA KUKREJA
DIVYA KUKREJA 2 yıl önce
A lot of work has been put on this video. It's very well crafted. We need more such videos on TRvid.
Manish Kumar Paul
Manish Kumar Paul 2 yıl önce
Nice to see the effort you put for this. It was quite an awesome video.
Ana Guadalupe Encinas
I think the difference in "duty" depends on the previous sound to use the coalescence. When you say "first duty" is the t which causes the dz sound because of the union of those two sound in rapid speech. Anyway, I love the explanations!! Great video.
Trebor Schafer
Trebor Schafer Yıl önce
I love how Americans perceive our prestige accent. It's such a contrast to how the rest of the UK sees it. :D
Olivier Roland
Olivier Roland 4 yıl önce
Very interesting video Luke ! And I'm sure there are many more interesting differences between the 2 accents to explore ! ;)
Predator_Taha
Predator_Taha 2 yıl önce
I am from Turkey and i can say that since there isn't really much of a speaking lesson in our schools (we just learn the grammar and shit then get into an exam where we just write) we learn how to talk from the internet. Movies, videos, video games and so on. We learn speaking from what we hear on the internet. I think most of the non native people have that. I just realized that i have accepted some from British and some from American accent. I say water with the T like a British but say the R like an American. It is wo-t-r for me.
Kumar
Kumar 9 aylar önce
Loved it! You showed the difference pretty well. Got to learn soo much.
are you kirring me irriyaa?
this is the most helpful video honestly. could you make one between the british and australian one? I get confused sometimes
black francy03™
I'm Italian, I've being living in Florida for 1 year, so I've got an American accent, I like both American and British pronuntation, but some times it's hard for me to understand a British person, I don't no if it happens only to me or at the American too
Una Patton
Una Patton Yıl önce
I first lived in Ireland and later in England. I had a hard time understanding American English, also in series. I am German btw.
Agustina Martinez
Agustina Martinez 2 yıl önce
Génial ta méthode pour distinguer les différences! Merci, elle m'a bien aidé. Super pédagogue! THK :-)
trizia Toffi
trizia Toffi Yıl önce
British accent is sooooo beautiful ❤
Job For Assam
Job For Assam 2 yıl önce
I Read like *British* Sometime pronounced *American* Laugh like *Australian* And Cry like *Japanese* 😂
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
Juan Dt
Juan Dt 11 aylar önce
Lol
Jace Arnold ❌
Jace Arnold ❌ Yıl önce
*It is English language-language of England not an American language-language of America which doesn't exist* English is pronounced how English people prononce not how Americans do
Nety Imeni
Nety Imeni 2 yıl önce
subtitles popping up when ya crying?
Mukesh Srivastav
Mukesh Srivastav 2 yıl önce
Personally, I love the British Accent, which seems a classy and pure version of Language. And I feel lucky, We grew up learning British English in school (India). It sounds much better.
Fiona GREGORY
Fiona GREGORY Yıl önce
There are hundreds of British accents. They are all regional.
Mukesh Srivastav
Mukesh Srivastav Yıl önce
@Tansia Christensen No Tansia, I haven't been able to found you yet. I saw an insta id with guinea pig with log fur and your name. But I see thats not you I guess. This is my insta profile - instagram.com/mukesh_sri_/
Tansia Christensen
@Mukesh Srivastav haven't you founded me yet? If not try tansia Alves and changed my picture to a guinea pig with long fur..please try again.
Mukesh Srivastav
Mukesh Srivastav Yıl önce
@Tansia Christensen Hit me up on Facebook - facebook.com/mukesh.srivastav.3304
Tansia Christensen
@Mukesh Srivastav yes it is ...and under the name Tata Alves is Vem.comer and you follow( vem.comer) it is me
rezky wulandira
rezky wulandira 4 yıl önce
i realize that i'm using both of the accents..
Udit Kumar
Udit Kumar Yıl önce
Hey I am Aryans from india I wanna talk with you Plzzz 🙏🙏
Asrilia Rizma
Asrilia Rizma 2 yıl önce
Me too
Kronas
Kronas 2 yıl önce
Lol same😂
Ángela María Chávez Zavaleta
And I realise I understand british English but I speak american.
KOLLUSION Transistor Funk - Topic
Not a problem, as it doesn't really matter. I bet you speak better English, than most of us English would do speaking your language! It's funny listening to an international, that has travelled, & picked up different English words, in different parts of the country and world, when putting a multi accent sentence together!
Bala Bhadra Hagjer
Bala Bhadra Hagjer 2 yıl önce
Brilliant. English teachers can use your video to point out the pronunciation difference to the students.
Jorge Luis Ludeña De Montalbán
Great video! Definitely I will keep on learning british accent instead of american english.
Vivek Thimothy
Vivek Thimothy 2 yıl önce
Very Nice!! Came to know the difference between two countries accent! I also liked both countries National anthem you showed. Can you show me where to see full anthem of the choir?
Nurteach
Nurteach Yıl önce
Excellent video, with such hard work of editing and cutting every single clip. Very useful! Congrats
Bratindra Bhattacharya
Excellent video! The comparison is presented wonderfully! Would like to have similar video(s) on British and American vocabulary, spelling and syntax as well!
Ostad Fiha
Ostad Fiha Yıl önce
British accent clearly sounds richer & more upscale.
Ostad Fiha
Ostad Fiha Yıl önce
But I've heard American accent in movies & many places. They doesn’t sound nearly as good as British.
jensmith02
jensmith02 Yıl önce
False. The British accent sounds British, and Donald Trump sounds like a moron. His accent is not representative of a typical American accent. For example, most Americans would pronounce the H in the word human.
Milena O
Milena O 2 yıl önce
This is so useful, do more videos like this 😄👍
N. ABBASLI
N. ABBASLI 2 yıl önce
Great lesson thanks a lot 👍
ʰᵃⁿᵈˢ ᶠᵒʳ ᵍᵘⁿˢ ψ
When ur not british or american but mix both accents to have the ameritish:
Jace Arnold ❌
Jace Arnold ❌ Yıl önce
*It is English language-language of England not an American language-language of America which doesn't exist* English is pronounced how English people prononce not how Americans do
ikeepchildreninmybasement
I died at the Donald trump slowmo scenes 😂
Rebecca N.
Rebecca N. 2 yıl önce
You're not alone 🤭😂🤣
Mia C
Mia C 2 yıl önce
Like Nancy. Why the British still sound fast in slow mo? You all must talk super fast lol Or it just sounds that way to me. Sometimes they say other languages will sound faster to you when they are really not. But you all speak English too just you say lots of words different I guess
Fatimah Iqbal
Fatimah Iqbal 3 yıl önce
So are u still dead??
The Questioner
The Questioner 3 yıl önce
Trump looks and sounds funny when put in slow motion.
Elma van der Merwe
Just realized we as South African's have a accent but pronounch our words exactly like british do. I always wonder why I could do a British accent very easily but sound like a dump ass when trying to do American.
Игорь Прохоров
Luke, thank you for a wonderful funny lesson!)
Michal jakistam
Michal jakistam 2 yıl önce
Wow! This is very good idea to make this kind of video to compare two different accents. Thx for this video. Could you compare American and Irish accents?
Plurima Paucis
Plurima Paucis 2 yıl önce
You are the best English teacher I have ever found in my life! Fantastico!
Peachrocker
Peachrocker 2 yıl önce
I'm a native New Yorker and I always pronouce the letters R and H in words. Also, another major difference in accents is the pronunciation of the letter L. In American English, it's pronounced as a hard L, while in British English, it is pronounced the same way as it is in LAtin languages like Spanish and Italian.
Diana Sotmari
Diana Sotmari 2 yıl önce
Awesome video thanks! A lot of interesting info!
Albert Dumont
Albert Dumont 2 yıl önce
I'm brazilian, my english teatcher said that I'm always merging american and british accents in my phrases. That's because I've learned english listening Elvis Presley and The Beatles since my childhood.
Albert Dumont
Albert Dumont 2 yıl önce
@Bilal Zafar Are you arabian ?
Bilal Zafar
Bilal Zafar 2 yıl önce
Haha lol😂😂 me too
Sehajpreet Singh
Sehajpreet Singh 2 yıl önce
That was brilliant! The british accent makes more sense to me. However, it is nice to know exactly where they differ.
Cheriel Tanog
Cheriel Tanog 2 yıl önce
In Indonesia we learn US english So when my Australian friends came to Indonesia they ask to me why you (Indonesian poeple) learn US english? They said because US english is not formal as a international languange
Mithila Pradeep
Mithila Pradeep 2 yıl önce
British accent is beautiful, authentic and soothing.. thats my personal opinion only..😍
Electroskates243
Electroskates243 Yıl önce
Sounds more pure.
Old Wine
Old Wine 2 yıl önce
exactly... it's more polite ♥
profwaggstaff
profwaggstaff 2 yıl önce
American here. Like many, I love the sound of most British accents, especially RP. I wonder how the American accent sounds to the British. Does it sound more lazy and plain? It seems to me that it is easier for a Brit to do an American accent than the other way around. Also, I've read that while we don't have recordings of Old English from hundreds of years ago, it may have sounded more like today's American accent because over time, the British accent became more intricate as people used accents to denote a higher class. Don't know if there is any truth to that.
Anonymous User
Anonymous User Yıl önce
I think part of the reason Americans find it hard to do a British accent is because British English has more vowel sounds (e.g the father-bother and cot-caught mergers, the Mary-marry-merry merger, the nearer-mirror merger, the cure-nurse merger, and the strut-schwa and weak vowel merger). I often hear that when Americans try to do British accents they unknowingly tend to use the wrong vowels in certain places (i.e pronounce “talk” as /tɒk/) because either they don’t realise it or maybe because they can’t hear the difference when Brits say those words. Brits on the other hand probably find it easier to imitate American accents because of the simpler phonology and also due to exposure. For example, most Brits use three different vowels in “fall”, “stop” and “calm”, whereas for most (?) Americans these vowels are all the same. In the USA “comma”, “trauma” and “drama” would all be perfect rhymes, whereas in the UK none of them rhyme.
Choiri KF
Choiri KF 2 yıl önce
As Indonesian, British accent always sounds very pleasant to me. Was taught british accent at course, then met my american boyfriend, now my accent become Ameritishian (american-british-indonesian) 😶. Great video btw ❤️
Falketi
Falketi 2 yıl önce
American be like: simplified British be like: traditonal
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
Jack of the green
@Anonymous User There actually is still some rhotic accents left in England that being west country and some Lancashire accents although they have declined in recent years but are still there.
Anonymous User
Anonymous User Yıl önce
@Steve 14 Nope. You have to be a very bad linguist to believe that. One of the few things that has changed from 300 odd years ago to now is rhoticity in British English, which was lost whereas was retained in American English. But there are many other dialects outside North America that kept rhoticity. You never see Irish people trying to claim that their accent is the “original”. Second of all, you’re completely forgetting to take into account the father-bother merger, the cot-caught merger, the cure-nurse merger, the Mary-marry-merry merger, the hurry-furry merger, the nearer-mirror merger, the tory-torrent merger, the strut-comma and weak vowel mergers, pre-nasal /æ/-tensing, intervocalic alveolar flapping and yod-dropping. All examples of many distinctions British English (and most English outside of North America) has kept and American English has changed. Yes, American English may have retained some features (such as rhoticity) that were lost in British English, but that doesn’t mean that every person in 17th century England sounded like Tom Cruise ffs.
Steve 14
Steve 14 Yıl önce
@Anonymous User that is literally true u don't even have to be a linguistic to realize that
Anonymous User
Anonymous User Yıl önce
@Steve 14 Nope. That’s not true at all. Bad linguistics.
Marcelo Lima
Marcelo Lima 2 yıl önce
Se eu consiguesse aprenser qualquer um dos dois sotques, já estava bom demais. 🤣🤣🤣
eliska babincova
eliska babincova 2 yıl önce
This is why I like more Czech language (my mative) because we just say how we write it and so something when the same word is said with a different accent is really unlikely
Kareena Verma
Kareena Verma 2 yıl önce
Wow sir you are really amazing teacher !!❤️❤️
Nety Imeni
Nety Imeni 2 yıl önce
and now imagine how i feel like. i was learning british english in school for 9 years (not very much i learned but anyway) and then i educated myself through youtube, twitch, random songs and films. Ameritish.
Julia
Julia 2 yıl önce
Damn it. It’s so hard to decide for one accent. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. I would like to speak Americanbritish. :(
cutestuff59FR
cutestuff59FR 9 aylar önce
Love it!! Thanks for the examples
Noor Aboamsha
Noor Aboamsha 2 yıl önce
I'm Arab and I like british accent but they teach us american accent at school 🤣♥️
Jace Arnold ❌
Jace Arnold ❌ Yıl önce
*It is English language-language of England not an American language-language of America which doesn't exist* English is pronounced how English people prononce not how Americans do
thepuredrop79
thepuredrop79 2 yıl önce
In the English Midlands, we mix front and back Bath vowels depending on the word. I'd use a back a for behalf but a front a for passed
I Got My Own Jams
I Got My Own Jams 2 yıl önce
British: water Americans: wadder British: Harry Pottah Americans: Harry Podder 😅
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
Anonymous User
Anonymous User Yıl önce
@Devanshu Sangra What lmao? How does “harry” become “herwi”?
Anonymous User
Anonymous User Yıl önce
HAIRY PADDER
I Got My Own Jams
@Jace Arnold ❌ i hope you are aware of how dumb you sound rn.
Jace Arnold ❌
Jace Arnold ❌ Yıl önce
*It is English language-language of England not an American language-language of America which doesn't exist* English is pronounced how English people prononce not how Americans do
Sam Yeung
Sam Yeung Yıl önce
You are one of the best English teacher i have ever heard!
Der grüne Heinrich
Der grüne Heinrich 2 yıl önce
This is the best video on this topic on TRvid. Great work :)
Live-Chinese 汉语在线
professionally mounted video lesson! Well Done!
F DS
F DS 2 yıl önce
Thank you so much for these videos. The slow motion sounds allow to really hear what is being said. French speaking person here, living in the US for 30+ years.
Kay Wheeler
Kay Wheeler 2 yıl önce
This must have required so much work to look through all the extracts. Bravo!
Nandkumar Karande
Nandkumar Karande 2 yıl önce
I like the way u've made me understand the accent game❤️thank you
noname
noname 2 yıl önce
Someone: Ameritish 😎 Me: Britican ✌️
Darkness
Darkness Yıl önce
Brit-can
Roberto Salgado
Roberto Salgado 2 yıl önce
Briterican
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2 yıl önce
This makes more sense
noname
noname 2 yıl önce
The video was incredibly beautiful...cheers to the person behind the idea ! ✌️😍
ARIHANT KANDPAL
ARIHANT KANDPAL 2 yıl önce
It's about British vs Amarican but all Indians are watching ...😂😂
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
Jace Arnold ❌
Jace Arnold ❌ Yıl önce
*It is English language-language of England not an American language-language of America which doesn't exist* English is pronounced how English people prononce not how Americans do
Joban Gharekhan
Joban Gharekhan Yıl önce
Yes
Boni Face
Boni Face Yıl önce
@Design 99 fuckup
Vikash Sharma
Vikash Sharma 2 yıl önce
Cuz we love to sound like them sometimes we do 😂😂😂
TeacherZule
TeacherZule 2 yıl önce
Great video! I loved it!
KAM.26
KAM.26 Yıl önce
Him: Most Americans will pronounce the “r”. Me: Not if you’re from Boston lol
Yonz
Yonz 2 yıl önce
That's why in Malaysia we were a bit confused when learning English, whether it was English US or English UK.
Szalona Kurka19
Szalona Kurka19 3 yıl önce
American: Poder British: Potter Draco: *POTTAH*
Szalona Kurka19
Szalona Kurka19 7 aylar önce
@Lucas Latin American no way, really?
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
Jace Arnold ❌
Jace Arnold ❌ Yıl önce
*It is English language-language of England not an American language-language of America which doesn't exist* English is pronounced how English people prononce not how Americans do
Ly ツ
Ly ツ 2 yıl önce
HAHAHHAHA
Szalona Kurka19
Szalona Kurka19 2 yıl önce
@L-mo yeah
Antonella Zucca
Antonella Zucca Yıl önce
I'm Italian, for me is very difficult to understand Someone who's speaking with British accent. American accent is more simple to understand
DaveX
DaveX Yıl önce
We learn British English at school although this video made me realise how much my spoken English is influenced by the American accent. 😄
Joban Gharekhan
Joban Gharekhan Yıl önce
True
MuhammadNW
MuhammadNW 2 yıl önce
English: Water, wader, wa:er Russian: Vodka, Wodka Indonesian: Air 😂
ilove me
ilove me 2 yıl önce
Indonesian: woterr
Glow 25
Glow 25 Yıl önce
I know there's a difference with the Spanish language as well...I'm a Yank that once dated a Venezuelan woman and once when we ate at a Mexican restaurant she started ordering in Spanish and the Mexican waitress actually stopped her and asked her if she spoke English and to order in English because she couldn't understand her with her Spanish.
Irfanda Pratama
Irfanda Pratama 4 yıl önce
i think american is easier and clearly but british is more interesting accent
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
A S
A S 2 yıl önce
yes American is so clear
Altiairs
Altiairs 2 yıl önce
Ace I have been living in the UK for over a decade and that's not how they say hot but if that's what you think I'm not hear to argue. The British use the short o sound when saying hot while Americans say it hawt
Ace
Ace 2 yıl önce
@Altiairs ok and I'm a native English speaker and im telling you Brits say it like hawt. And Americans barley pronounce the t in hot. If I had to spell it how it sounds and American would say it like "it's very haad outside". The d is very subtle
Altiairs
Altiairs 2 yıl önce
@Ace No they dont lol. I go to a UK college.
Raúl Antunez
Raúl Antunez 2 yıl önce
My country is in Latin America and I noticed that we copy accents a week after listening to it and it’s very easy to us. That’s why I’ve also seen that I can change from American to British accent easily. 🤷🏻‍♂️
Frédérique
Frédérique 2 yıl önce
Very instructive !!Thank you
Leila Hasanova
Leila Hasanova 10 aylar önce
The video is pretty good and useful. Please leave links of the speech videos of T.May and D. Trump. I need them
Andrea
Andrea 17 gün önce
I'm a first year student in english and thank u for your videos,they help me a lot
Leader Unit H4L
Leader Unit H4L 2 yıl önce
According to some sources, certain American accents are very similar to English ones that were spoken in and around the 1600s to the 1700s.
AMITA NATHAN
AMITA NATHAN 2 yıl önce
Beautifully explained.
sfbluestar
sfbluestar 2 yıl önce
I love British accent; sounds more cultured than American accent.
Lucas Latin American
Lucas Latin American 7 aylar önce
"Americans" are all people who live in the American continent, not just in the United States
Electroskates243
Electroskates243 Yıl önce
The only reason why Americans speak English is because of the British.
jyl ghjz
jyl ghjz Yıl önce
American is way far better than British without any doubt lol.
NewKat 37
NewKat 37 2 yıl önce
🇺🇸 > 🇬🇧
Brendan Linnane
Brendan Linnane 2 yıl önce
There are hundreds of accents used in Great Britain. Some of them sound anything but cultured.
yokabed ahmadian
yokabed ahmadian 2 yıl önce
It was amazing thank you 🙏🏻
D. G.
D. G. 4 yıl önce
I'm not an English speaker but I prefer English pronunciation, sounds fancy
Jackilichous
Jackilichous 3 yıl önce
@I. Jennrii Rawr One is the American pronunciation, one is the English pronunciation. As in an American would pronounce English words in an American accent. And as in an Englishman would pronounce English words in an English accent.
Dom Graves
Dom Graves 3 yıl önce
@I. Jennrii Rawr you knew what they meant
Бандерівець
Did you mean British?
I. Jennrii Rawr
I. Jennrii Rawr 3 yıl önce
Both are english
kate amper
kate amper 3 yıl önce
can I ask you about your native language?
DavidB5501
DavidB5501 Yıl önce
Not all Americans drop the yod. I've even heard Americans (on TV or film) pronouncing 'coupon' as 'cyoupon', which would never be heard in Britain.
AYH
AYH 2 yıl önce
My accent is a combination of like 5 different accents from around the world
وديان الجنوب
hhhhhhhh lool
Ringo Monsanto
Ringo Monsanto 2 yıl önce
4:27 Trump saying doodie 3x really cracks me up lol
Rikachan92
Rikachan92 2 yıl önce
How we are supposed to pronounce the "h" sound as italians if native speakers sometimes forget about it as well? ç____________ç
Rikachan92
Rikachan92 Yıl önce
@Nicolò Turi ahahah ci ho pensato anche io!! Così tanti italiani che abbiamo plagiato la lingua xD
Rikachan92
Rikachan92 2 yıl önce
@Aldo Sebastiani Did you actually watch the video, genius? Some U.S. dialects ignore the standard use of the h. Next time before acting like a professor watch the video and pay more attention. 👋🏻👋🏻👋🏻
Aldo Sebastiani
Aldo Sebastiani 2 yıl önce
They don't "forget" anything... There are some words (mostly latin) like "human" (from latin adj. "humanus, -a, -um") which may be pronounced without "h".
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