My favorite accent outside of North America:
Dublin (traditional accent aka ''local''; ''mainstream'' accent is okay with me too, but I hate ''new Dublin'')
Imthycanadianeh wrote:newfie/scottish/irish, they all sound similar.
Youngfun wrote:My favourite accents are those from Cambridge (the one used in the recordings of Cambridge ESOL tests) and New York (not the stereotypical one, but how the average New Yorker talks in semi-formal or formal situations).
danand wrote:I like the British accent. I think its quite posh
linguoboy wrote:danand wrote:I like the British accent. I think its quite posh
You think this sounds posh, do you?
IpseDixit wrote:I might be wrong but I have an inkling that many non-native speakers have quite a loose idea of what "posh" means and therefore they tend to misuse this word.
mōdgethanc wrote:I personally think the Boston Brahmin accent is the most posh, or any accent where they don't say "toilet".
Gonloyir wrote:Malcolm Tucker's accent.
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