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How Do Speakers of Other Languages Hear American English? What Does It Sound Like?

The traits that accompany our language

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Have you ever tried to speak jibberish? It’s trickier than you think.

An old (and dated!) theater game I learned in college was to speak jibberish in a number of languages. You’d key in on the notable qualities of a language and jumble…




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