they are bad at englando,
I still cant see how american english sounds better and more understandable than british english, and english is literally England's official language .-.
It's a northern accent thing. In the south we speak crystal clearly, and many people who speak English as a 2nd language can understand us. I think.
Every language has got different accents, that's how the world is man...
There are 56 main accents in Britain, which ones are you referring to?
China accent is best accent
british accent is smooth af, I can listen it for hours and fall sleep. no wonder my favorite asmrists are british
my accent is weird as any Asian, i dont have a top list but i love hear british, scotish and australian speak
Copying my comment from above for visibility.
Until the 1930s communication between towns was quite limited and so dialects developed. These have been jealously preserved as a means of retaining an identity. The other English speaking countries were developed by a mixed group of people from Britain, so no dialect prevailed and words had to be more general for all to understand.
England is where English came from, so that is where there has been the most time to generate new dialects.
When people moved to e.g. Australia, many of the immigrants were from a certain part of the country, and they relatively quickly colonized the place. Same goes with the introduction of English in other parts of the world, which is why it is more noticeable what town someone in Britain is from.
Second, regional accents are not unique to the UK. The simple fact is that until a couple of hundred years ago people all over the world lived in fairly self contained communities where few people travelled more than ten miles or so from cradle to grave. Those that did travel were lost to their birth communities as sure as if they emigrated abroad. As a result language and pronouciation evolved independently from town to town, and region to region.
The thing that changed this was the invention of the train, which changed the world forever. People could move between communities at will, and language, even, in the UK has drifted to a more common form. And television and radio have accelerated this.
However each generation stills learns to talk from the previous generation of their family and that legacy means that these historical differences will persist for generations.
The US also has wide accent differences between states, but the mobility of citizens in the present day and historically probably makes this less significant.
Idk i like most UK accents, even scousers, London accent, mancs, up north, etc etc.. All sounds pretty nice to me, different but unique and interesting
UK english is terrible same goes for aussie/matelish
and burger english
Maybe you're just bad at listening comprehension. I have no issue understanding what she's saying, and English isn't my native language either.
easy to understand, u should try scottish or welsh xd
American version of english >> UK version of english
why are u even watching this video in the first place
I can understand British English just fine. I actually like British accents tbh. You can condescend people so hard.
UK accent = easy caster career
Uk accent on guys = retarded
Uk accent on girls = hot af
I can understand her completely fine wtf? Get the potatos out of your ears. xD
It's a northern accent problem. I speak English with perfect clarity.
it is like if u would u ask americans what came first: the chicken or the egg, they would immediately answer "nah, americans came first"...
I'm English and we are lazy AF
If you can barely understand her speech, you're the one with a problem, not her. She speaks perfectly comprehensible English and there are people with waay worse dialects.
Sounds completely fine to me
I think Yorkshire accents are hype.
chloe looks inbred can't believe she was a model
even with makeup she looks like arya stark