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Stop Obsessing About Getting The Accent Right

Focus on what you want to say rather than aiming for sounding British or American

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Due to the fact that English is spoken worldwide, the number of speakers who are non-native outweighs the number of native speakers of English. And while most non-native speakers of English aim for a British or American accent, very few succeed in…

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Just a 22-year-old BA English student who’s obsessed with writing. Instagram: juliaminus_romeo

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