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Old 13th Jan 2018, 7:36 PM #201
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I like the accent from the inner mountains in Telemark.

... but like, em? Why did you wake up this ancient thread to talk about that?
Old 13th Jan 2018, 7:43 PM #202
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Australian and British, they sound kinda dry, but I like them, especially the slang. In Germany I dislike the Eastern dialects. It sounds uneducated and antisocial to me.
In the Netherlands we have a Frisian (Frysk) dialect, and Plattdeutsch in Northern Germany. These are 2 old languages which I'm barely able to understand. I neither like nor dislike them.

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Old 13th Jan 2018, 7:45 PM #203
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@frogz2007 yep, I do have a Spanish accent. I started learning Spanish when I was about 7 years old, but after some years it got really bad, I think it's because I don't speak it enough at school (I'm a really shy high schooler). I have a British accent because I'm British, but it's not the nice posh British accent though.

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Old 13th Jan 2018, 7:47 PM #204
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@frogz2007 yep, I do have a Spanish accent. I started learning Spanish when I was about 7 years old, but after some years it got really bad, I think it's because I don't speak it enough at school (I'm a really shy high schooler). I have a British accent because I'm British, but it's not the nice posh British accent though.


Wow, cool! lol That sure is more interesting than me.. lol I'm just an English-speaker.
Old 13th Jan 2018, 7:50 PM #205
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Wow, cool! lol That sure is more interesting than me.. lol I'm just an English-speaker.


I'm sure you are more interesting than me in another way though,

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Old 13th Jan 2018, 8:59 PM #206
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One could say I have the Texan accent. For some reason I don't consider it much as an accent than just a twang. I don't talk the twang always, but when I do it annoys my dad since he's from northwest Texas. XD

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Old 15th Jan 2018, 12:56 PM #207
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I'm married to a Texan, he only has a few words he says "wrong" & I always laugh at him. It's the rest of his family, still in Texas, that really have an accent, ya'll! I love French and Scottish accents (AND the actual language). I know better, but deep south and New York accents always make me cringe - or laugh.

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Old 5th Mar 2018, 3:49 PM #208
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I love Kiwi accents, New Zealanders are so lucky. I use to have a light Boston accent from where I lived in MA as a child; when I moved to Tennessee, people nicknamed me Jersey (hahahahaha no), but almost 18 years of living in the durty south has made me sound southern.
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