I Would Like to Know What Kind of Accent You Have

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    Chicago accent here. Everyone I know says "pop"

    instead of "soda." And don't you dare call it the Willis tower!!! :)
    hollywood1919 hollywood1919
    22-25, F
    Jul 2, 2015

    I'm Australian but a lot of people think I

    sound British sometimes like when pronounce certain words or when I get really enthusiastic about something they say that it's most obvious when I'm on the phone I have noticed it and it doesn't really bother me it's just unusual I guess because no one in my family is British...
    LittlemissB95 LittlemissB95
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Jul 3, 2015

    British Indian In California

    I moved here little over 3yrs ago from London, where I was born and raised,and even today I get a lot of women admiring my accent. I have to admit I like the attentionbut also realised the men do not like me for it. The men seem to dislike the fact the women like to hear me talk...
    jeets jeets
    31-35, M
    Sep 2, 2012

    i want scottish accent,

    south african, australian or british accent.
    chachi16ce chachi16ce
    18-21, F
    Jul 2, 2015
    beebeexoxox beebeexoxox
    22-25, F
    3 Responses Mar 4, 2015

    Just Curious

    I"ve heard of people getting offended when asked where their accent came from.  But I think accents are beautiful.  French, Italian, Spanish.  Even regional ones, especially Southern.  Have a touch of that one myself.  Anyway, I never could understand why someone gets...
    Yvette71 Yvette71
    41-45, F
    3 Responses Jun 11, 2012

    Carolina Girl

    I am a Southern Girl, but I don't talk like the people who have the hideous fake southern accent on tv.
    wonderstruck77 wonderstruck77
    31-35, F
    1 Response Mar 7, 2013


    I absolutely love accents, any kind but my own.  Totally turn me on,  love them.
    bgrgrl bgrgrl
    41-45, F
    1 Response Oct 31, 2008
    ShatteredReality534 ShatteredReality534
    16-17, M
    1 Response Jul 2, 2015

    Atlantic Canada

    I have a different french-canadian acadian accent, i don't sound like a Quebec french, and obviously not a France french accent, but a noticeable french accent
    boxerchick boxerchick
    46-50, F
    2 Responses Jun 5, 2010
    apperentlyicanthavemynameagain apperentlyicanthavemynameagain
    22-25, F
    1 Response Jul 2, 2015

    indian. but i wanna learn American

    and British.. anybody to help?
    DrHimadriB DrHimadriB
    26-30, F
    Jul 3, 2015

    New Englander Accent Mixed

    I have an accent that's a lot like a boston one. "car" is "cah" only sometimes though. "Weird" is "Weeaaiihd" and I say wicked a lot. Like "That's wicked cool man,sweet.". Also There is a hint of Irish too within my voice so just imagine some Irish mixed with to boston New...
    Blukk Blukk
    Aug 20, 2012

    Nope... Nada

    I think I pick up what I hear and if I'm around someone Hispanic I get the Spanglish, etc. I don't know if you could say I have an accent as I've spoken to so may EP'ers and have heard some great ones. Everything from Canadian to Country and all the in betweens. hmmm if we've...
    mysplitpersonality mysplitpersonality
    36-40, F
    2 Responses Jun 10, 2010

    My Accent

    My family hails from the West Indies mainly Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago. I was born in New York and grew up amongst people from the islands. Some people are quick to ask me if I was really from the state because of my pronounced accent. I tell them yes but to me its just...
    deleted deleted
    Aug 21, 2013

    In Hiding...

    I spent 10 years in a French-first language school before switching to an English high school. In grade 8 English class, we were learning how to conjugate verbs in the PRESENT TENSE.  [We were just starting to learn I have, You have, He haS... I AM, You ARE, He IS...
    thornswithoutroses thornswithoutroses
    Oct 8, 2009

    New York

    I was born and currently being raised in New York so i have a New York accent. Just recently i went Florida to see my Florida family and they were making fun of my accent because i saw talk and awesome differently from them. They don't curl their A's like we do, so we say some...
    deleted deleted
    Aug 20, 2012

    I have a New Zealand accent

    but as ive been told many times its not that strong
    teri266 teri266
    36-40, F
    4 Responses Mar 4, 2015

    I'm now developing a Norwegian accent,

    simply because my partner is from Norway and has been teaching me his native language. When I do speak English, the Norwegian accent likes to slip up out of nowhere- people's reactions to the sudden change is... rather amusing.
    Pomodoranian Pomodoranian
    18-21, F
    Jul 2, 2015

    Southern Belle

    I always had a certain drawl every time I said a few words here or there. I, in fact, used to say "har" instead of "hair",or "***" instead of "ice". My accent was very deep and I was quite proud of it until I moved out from under the sweet Georgia pines I was raised under. Gone...
    Ariel02 Ariel02
    22-25, F
    4 Responses Feb 27, 2011

    Spanish-english To English-spanish

    I came to this country as a little boy and grew up speaking spanish at home.  Needless to say I had a strong spanish accent.  As i got older, my spanish accent diminished.  Now I have an american accent when i speak spanish.  I now have to think of the spanish...
    mrdimples mrdimples
    41-45, M
    6 Responses Jun 21, 2010
    mattywheels25 mattywheels25
    31-35, M
    1 Response Dec 12, 2014

    Transplanted To Illinois

    I am from Madisonville Tn. But moved to Illinois years ago , still have a bit of my southern drawl
    rumpledforeskin rumpledforeskin
    41-45, M
    1 Response Dec 12, 2012

    Scouse! (liverpool)

    Yep, Im a dirty scouser ;) I don't pronouce my 'g's on 'ing' words, I say 'like' a lot and generally shorten words ('ano'). I say 'yous', 'buk' not 'book', 'fer' not 'fur', 'buta' not 'butter', 'me' not 'my'. "Ey will use go down thee chippy. Me bezzie's up tha duff. Im gunna...
    LittleMissLucky LittleMissLucky
    18-21, F
    7 Responses Aug 21, 2010
    CallmeHopelessNotRomantic CallmeHopelessNotRomantic
    36-40, F
    Dec 12, 2014

    Typical Londoner.

    I speak like a typical Londoner. Iv been approached a few times because I "sound weird". I live in Essex so it is a little odd that I don't have the Essex accent and I am oh so grateful for that haha.
    supertamza supertamza
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Aug 8, 2013

    I've got a weak to medium southern accent,

    maybe like the guys off good mythical morning? (I know they tone theirs down to record the show) How about you?
    deleted deleted
    May 3, 2015

    Irish And Proud :)

    I have a northern irish .. Ballymena accent.. And see the ammount of people that mock me is unreal.. In work in college even when im out!! Its cause I moved to a different town and their accent is brod and funny.. Like with me instead of saying can not il say canny.. And instead...
    deleted deleted
    2 Responses Jun 8, 2012


    I was raised in a small country town in Texas but my accent is different than everyone else there. Everyone said that I sound like I am from a different country. My accent changes every once in awhile. So it's hard to tell where I am from.
    deleted deleted
    6 Responses Aug 7, 2012

    Inside Out Coconut

    I was born in N Cal but if you want to guess it would be hard to say for sure. My mom moved to Hawaii and I picked up pigeon which is a mix of English slang with a tropical twist....so what you like go beach? Or someting like that....bra! I love Hawaii one should be proud of such...
    junglegirl72 junglegirl72
    36-40, F
    Aug 23, 2012
    TheDemonsWithin TheDemonsWithin
    16-17, M
    3 Responses Jul 2, 2015

    New Zealander!

    I have a New Zealand accent, also known as 'kiwi' accent. Im proud of my accent and where I come from, Im so glad that I was born here. People think kiwis sound like Australians, but be learned, it may sound similar, but generally it is not. If someone tells you they are from...
    StarrysLove StarrysLove
    26-30, F
    2 Responses Sep 30, 2008

    Have You Seen The Departed?

    Think Mark Warlberg in the departed, softened by a number of years out west, Unless I have a few beers in me; then I'm Mark Warlberg again
    deleted deleted
    Sep 17, 2011

    A Combination

    Okii, so... My "accent" might be considered strange. Not only do I have a very unusual voice and range, but my accent is odd. I live in Canada so I have the typical "Canadian" accent. And to clarify it again for you crazy Americans (don't take it offensively :P), we don't end...
    luminescentdanger luminescentdanger
    18-21, M
    1 Response Feb 13, 2013

    I have a very nice soft Russian accent.

    I can do an American accent but still sound Russian on some words.
    PietroMaklakov PietroMaklakov
    18-21, M
    1 Response Jul 2, 2015

    New Jersey Accent-ish

    I am born from New Jersey.  My mix of accents is from NJ/PA/Hearing impaired which makes it unusual and throws off other people when they hear me talk next to my other family members, because they don't share the same accent.The hearing impaired twists the NJ accent making...
    klarenden klarenden
    31-35, F
    Jun 8, 2010

    Northern Irish

    I have a Border County Down Accent that has a little hint of Belfast in it.  I was born a little bit away from the Border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland on the County Down, Northern Ireland side and have a slight County Louth element to my...
    deleted deleted
    1 Response Oct 1, 2008
    HoldenC13 HoldenC13
    51-55, M
    1 Response Apr 30, 2015

    My Accent.

    I have a Southern accent. It's kinda hard for me to give an example, though, because I do not have a heavy drawl.I thought this video was funny, but I still don't think my accent is as strong as this girl's. It might be, I don't know. But, she sounds similar to most people I...
    urbrandofheroin urbrandofheroin
    22-25, F
    1 Response Aug 15, 2013

    Some Kind Of European Accent.

    I have a european accent. I try to hide it when i speak but i can't help but notice it myself. I been to England multiple times and people didn't really notice, but with some words the accent is too much for me too handle ><.. I find it funny to speak english, i had a lot of...
    deleted deleted
    Aug 27, 2012

    Trinidadian Accent

    In Trinidad and Tobago, we speak both standard English and the dialect, meaning the broken English.
    thunderkat1982 thunderkat1982
    26-30, M
    Sep 13, 2012


    I don't have a deep drawl or anything. It's more like a hint of twang. It's not obvious, but if you're paying attention you can tell I'm from the South.
    fitterhappiervelcro fitterhappiervelcro
    18-21, F
    15 Responses Sep 28, 2008


    I was born in Scotland (Glasgow area) but moved away when I was seven to Ireland. Last year I moved to Canda and have retained a mostly Midlands Irish accent. I always thought it was kind of plain. However, my Canadian friends all think it's quite strong. They think the way I say...
    NatalieMacaulay NatalieMacaulay
    22-25, F
    Aug 20, 2012
    Melgie Melgie
    26-30, F
    Jul 1, 2015

    Yes I Have a Southern Accent....

    Anyone who has talked to me on the phone knows I certainly do have a southern accent. I can't say I am very fond of it and I KNOW there are certain words I say  that sound really sugary sweet and very southern ;). Although, I dont really care for my accent at all there are...
    snowbunny1002 snowbunny1002
    46-50, F
    38 Responses Oct 1, 2008


    i have a chicago accent.  so not only do i pronouce stuff hard, and nasally, i talk fast... and i mean really really really fast, lol....
    destiny420 destiny420
    22-25, F
    8 Responses Nov 13, 2008

    Newscaster Voice/accent?

    I don't have an accent. Just what I call a "newscaster's voice". When I tell people that I'm from Jersey they don't believe me because I don't have an accent.
    BlankPage123456787 BlankPage123456787
    70+, F
    Dec 23, 2011


    Even Midwestern is a pretty broad term when it comes to accents, though.
    shelley27 shelley27
    36-40, F
    2 Responses Jun 15, 2012
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