A Tour Of The British Isles In Accents
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[A Tour Of The British Isles In Accents]
[Andrew Jack (Voice Over):] Source: LYBIO.net
We see pronunciation is the great communicator, as soon as you deviate from that and you going to London speech for example then you loose a little bit of the communication, Cockney is based on East Anglian, Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire.
This is often by actors confused with the West Country where the R’s come in and then you get Dorset and Somerset get into Cornwall, that one is slightly different that goes in the nose bit more like that.
[Andrew Jack (Voice Over):]
Then you go up North to Yorkshire, its nice if you get a word that’s got one of the predominant sounds in it like Yorkshire, then you cross pennons into Lancashire where it gets much more flexible and fluid in the mouth, Liverpool is there too, you know it’s scouts to mixture of all kinds of sounds, one of those is Northern Irish with the raising inflections, but you don’t get the raising inflections down on Dublin where it has that poetic quality which is sometimes thought off as being not different from highlands speech which is also a quite poetic and almost Scandinavian and then you come down to Glasgow and into the lowlands of Scotland where you get to all stops and things like that and then you come down the West cost and you’re in Whales, North Whales where its breathy like that and down into South Whales is where you get much heavier and Welsh people or sometimes even sound a bit drunk.
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