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Old 12-10-2020, 04:50 PM
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Not you, Naomi.

I just love the slang like 'innit'. I need the accent.

MY GOD she looks so stunning there!


And she does
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Old 12-10-2020, 04:52 PM
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I'm just talking rubbish (). You're my fave Brit.
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Pleased to hear it Even if I don’t say innit
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I don't even know what it means.

Is it like saying 'isn't it'?
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It is, I’m far too old and uncool to be going around saying it though
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It's interesting because I use a lot of British slang and I didn't know I was.
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I’m starting to get like that with pronouncing some words the American way because I almost exclusively watch American tv
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Aww that's cute lol.

I love how Brit's will say a word like 'together' but pronounce it 'togevah'. Eric on Sex Education has the best accent of them all imo.
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Otis is probably the closest to how my accent sounds, but it is a bit of a mishmash at times

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I don’t remember what he sounds like now.

Gorgeous.
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Being Canadian, we use a lot of British words and sayings in our country too.

But mostly I think I don’t have a “Canadian accent”, to my ears, I just sound like a typical North American from the west coast, which sounds like no accent in particular
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There are certain words Canadian's say where I can hear an accent like 'about' and you guys say 'eh' a lot.
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Yes, its funny when Americans try to say “eh” but they never seem to use it correctly in their sentence.

When I lived in Vegas, I got a tape from my dad and I noticed his accent when he pronounced the word “garage”.
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I agree with that.

His American accent?
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No, I was used to hearing Americans speak so when my dad said “Garage” it didn’t sound right cause I guess its his Canadian accent coming out.

I had a guy in Vegas try to say “eh” to me, and I was like “uh, that’s not exactly how its used” haha.
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