21 Accents

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Here's a little tour of 21 accents in one take. Love the fun challenge of switching between them fluidly. Props to All of these places and their multi-accented people!

Accents: Standard British, Cockney, British RP, Irish, Northern Irish, Scottish, Italian, German, Czech, Russian, French, Australian, New Zealand, Heavy Ocker Australian, Texan, Californian, Northwest, Toronto, Brooklyn, Deep Southern, and Trans-Atlantic.

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[Standard British accent] Hello. My name is Amy Walker. I'm twenty-five years old and I was born in London England.

[Cockney accent] Yer right, I'm Amy Walker. I'm tweny-five years old and I was born in London, weren't I.

[British RP accent] Yes hello. My name is Amy Walker. I'm twenty-five years old and I was born in London England.

[Irish accent] Das right, me name's Amy Walker and I was born in Dublin, Ireland.

[Northern Irish Accent] Hi, how are ya. I'm Amy Walker. I'm twenty-five and I was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

[Scottish accent] 'Course I'm Scottish, I'm a Walker aren't I? You know, Walker like the shortbread. Comes in a wee tin with a tartan on it.

[Italian accent] Buon giorno, my name is Amy Walker and I'm from Italia.

[German accent] Guten tag. My name is Amy Valker. I'm twenty-vive years oldt and I was born in Berlin, in Germany.

[Czech Republic accent] Ahllo. My name is Amy Walker. I was born in Prague, which is called Praha in Czech Republic.

[Russian accent] Hello. My name is Amy Valcher and I'm from Moscow in Russia.

[French accent] Bonjour, je m'appelle Amy Walker. J'ai vingt-cinq ans, and I was born in Parice in France.

[Australian accent] Hi, how ya goin', I'm Amy Waker. I'm twenny-five and I was born in Sydney, Australia.

[New Zealand accent] Yes, Hello. I'm Amy Walker. I'm 26- sorry 27- [laughs] no, twenty-five and I was born in Wellington, New Zealand.

[heavy (ocker) Australian accent] G'day mate, how ya goin'? I'm Amy Walker and I'm true blue Aussie mate, that's right. I'll always call Australia home.

[Texan accent] Well hi there, how are ya doin'? I'm Amy Walker. I'm twenty-five years old and I was born in Texas.

[Californian accent] Hello. I'm Amy Walker. I'm twenty-five, and I was born in California, LA.

[North West accent] Hello. I'm Amy Walker. I'm twenty-five and I was born in Seattle, Washington

[Toronto accent] Oh Helloo. I'm Amy Walker. I'm twenty-five years oold and I was boorn in Toronto, Canada.

[Brooklyn accent] What? 'Cause I'm doin' the thing. Sarry. I'm Amy Walkar. I'm twenty-fife and I was born in Brooklyn.

[Deep Southern accent] Well hi there. My name is Amy Waker. I'm twenty-five years old and I was born in Charleston, South Carolina.

[trans-Atlantic accent] Oh hello. My name is Amy Walker. And I'm an actress and a writer and a singer and a dancer. And I was asked here today to give you an example of the trans-Atlantic accent I was trained in in 1945. So this concludes our little program for you this evening. We do hope that you've enjoyed yourself as much as I have. Thank you and good night.

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Languages in the video: English, Slovak, Hungarian, Czech, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Serbian, Farsi, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Dutch, Taiwanese, Japanese and Cantonese. My book: http://www.foreverastudent.com/p/book.html My podcast: https://soundcloud.com/vladimir-skultety Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/VladSkultety Instagram: https://instagram.com/vladskultety/ Language Blog: http://www.foreverastudent.com My Patreon account: https://www.patreon.com/vladimirskultety 00:06 English 00:30 Slovak 00:57 Hungarian 01:40 Czech 02:11 Mandarin Chinese 03:00 Russian 04:00 German 04:48 Italian 05:29 French 06:20 Spanish 06:42 Serbian 07:47 Farsi 08:37 Polish 09:30 Portuguese 10:33 Romanian 11:20 Dutch 12:23 Taiwanese 13:17 Japanese 14:07 Cantonese Frequently asked questions: Q: What is your job? A: I work as an interpreter of English, Slovak and Mandarin Chinese. Q: What was the most difficult language you've ever studied? A: Mandarin Chinese. Q: How old are you? A: I'm 34 now. I was 32 in the video. Q: Which language do you like most? A: Difficult to say, but if I had to pick a favorite it would be: Hungarian, Russian, Cantonese and Persian. Q: Which language do you dream in/think in? A: I think probably those that I use most often: Slovak, English, Mandarin. Q: When did you start learning foreign languages?/How long did it take you to learn all the languages you speak? A: I don't think there was a starting moment in my life. Very fortunately I grew up with 2-3 native languages and spoke 5 at an almost native level by the time I was 13 and just continued learning languages here and there as I grew up. It took me my entire life. Q: Could you give me some tips to learn language XYZ? A: I have a blog where I wrote probably everything I think about language learning (http://www.foreverastudent.com). I also made a lot of videos about language learning here on this channel. Feel free to check them out. Q: How long does it take you to learn a new language? A: It depends on the language. Also it is difficult to tell what it means to 'learn a language'. To get to a C1 level in Russian it took me about 3 months because Russian is very close my native Slovak language and most Slovaks could do it, to do the same thing in Chinese took me about 7-8 years. Q: How should I start learning a language? A: https://youtu.be/l0aGvTQp9FY Q: What is your secret? A: I don't think there is one. Only passion, lots of time spent on practice, good conditions and a bit of talent. Q: Where are you from? A: I was born and lived most of my life in Slovakia. Q: You made a mistake in the French part. It shouldn't be 'ce video' it should be 'cette video'. A: Thank you, I'll remember. Q: You made a mistake in the Serbian part. It should't be 'kuči' but 'kući'. A: Thank you. I realized it the moment I said it. Q: The Spanish part was too short. A: I'll try to make a video where I speak only Spanish next time. Q: You don't speak Portuguese, you speak Brazilian. Why did you learn that ugly Brazilian Portuguese and not the real Portuguese from Portugal? A: I must've gotten about 100 comments like this and worse. I honestly don't understand why all the hate against Brazilian Portuguese from Portugal. I just felt silly writing 'Brazilian' instead of 'Portuguese' especially since as far as I know the official language of Brazil is called Portuguese, not Brazilian. It's like saying I speak 'American' instead of 'English'. But, lesson learned, next time I will proudly say I learned 'Brazilian Portuguese'. I learned Brazilian Portuguese because: I love its sound, wonderful Brazilian smiling people, the country, the music, the nature and because I'd like to live there one day. Q: You didn't learn Greek! You should be ashamed of yourself. A: I got about 50 similar comments. I have no intelligent answer for this. People help me out:) Q: Why didn't you learn Arabic? Armenian? Hindi? Indonesian? European Portuguese? Greek?... I'm dissapointed. A: I never had a good reason or interest. Q: Were you ever interested in learning Scandinavian languages? A: Originally no, because I never had a chance or good reasons to learn them, plus it's too cold for me up there, but recently I went to Finland and I read a book by Stieg Larsson, enjoyed both very much, so maybe some time in the future I will. Q: Great Chinese but you speak with a Taiwanese accent. A: I lived in Taiwan for 5 years. I'm not doing it on purpose. I don't know how to speak in any other way. Q: The use of the word 'geil' in the German part was inappropriate/wrong/off. A: Some people really seem to think it was inappropriate, but some people in the comments don't. I learned German when I was a teenager and didn't use it since. I said the word without thinking too much. It's definitely not that I used it on purpose to sound cool. #polyglot #multilingual #language #foreign languages #Vladimir Skultety

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