In the comments on the BBC article, someone noted that English people trying to do an American accent often put on a Southern American accent. For some reason my Dear Daughter often sounds like a Southerner. I have never particularly noticed her sounding English in the first place though - after all, she was born here and has spent relatively little time in the UK. Maybe the Southern accent is her overcompensating in trying to make sure she sounds really American? Is she imitating my accent?
|What American accent do you have? |
Your Result: The Midland
|The Inland North|
|What American accent do you have?|
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No, apparently not, so she's probably just imitating some character on TV!