HOW TO SPEAK ENGLISH LIKE AN AMERICAN - Videos

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I have lived in the States since 2015 and this is how I work on my accent. I share my TIPS AND TRICKS to get an American accent in the video. Travel to the USA to practice your English accent – https://goo.gl/fx82Ao
Practice English with a native speaker from California – https://goo.gl/gNz6Ei
Do you have any other advice on how to sound like American? Share in comments!

I started working on my English pronunciation when I was 14, and when I tried to practice my British accent with other Russian students that sounded really weird. So I would always recommend traveling to a country where English is spoken and trying to copy the way native speakers speak.

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39 COMMENTS

  1. Marina, I would say that I really loved this video! 🙂 You are doing an amazing job! 🙂 That would be great if you continue doing videos like this one, that would be very beneficial! ^^

  2. I just can't undestand what's happen with me. When i'm listening her to talk I can understand almost everything, but when I try to listen some serie or movie damn god! I wanna kill myself because I can't understand anything. I don't know if that makes me happy or sad.

  3. I love that when you said a lot of the these phrases ("like, no way, seriously, oh my god, oh man, etc"), your accent sounded almost like a native speaker from the USA (this is coming from an American lol) you have an AMAZING accent for English not being your native language!

  4. Accents …… you will surely sound as an american very soon.

    I learned Brittish English at school , but I am so much more familiar with american English. lol
    Greetings from Belgium

  5. I enjoyed the video, your accent and understanding of American English are excellent. Just one note, the accent and speech patterns to which you referred are distinctly Californian. I am a native Californian from just south of Los Angeles and can tell you dispositively that the speech patterns you demonstrated are found almost entirely in California and very little outside this state. Even the other west coast and southwest states are quite different. Take a trip to Washington state, Texas, Minnesota, Maine, Massachusetts, or Iowa and you will find VERY different accents. Just outside of California you will find those speech patterns you reviewed in the video fade away quickly as you move further from the border of California. One thing to keep in mind about accents in America is that we all know that people exist outside of the U.S. and many people will appreciate the differences you will bring. You don't need to completely lose your accent to be completely accepted by your community no matter where you are. Arnold Schwarzenegger had a totally foreign sounding name and spoke with a thick and very foreign accent but was accepted so thoroughly he was voted Governor of our most populous state, California. Learn all the English language and American customs you need to communicate and fit in but you will be best served retaining much of who you were previous to moving to California so that you can add that to your new community. Good luck in your business endeavors and "Have a great one!"

  6. Great Video can you come up with like a formal way of conversation in american way please. Hoping for your fast reply. By the way thank you for making all this great videos it is so helpful.

  7. Why lose your accent since you are perfectly understandable? My wife has an accent (from South America) and I would be very upset if she lost it. I really don't think you should try and mimic odd quirks in the current American speech patterns–especially for millennials–especially millennial girls. Up-talking, vocal fry, and exaggerated pauses are so annoying to me. To me it sounds fabricated and phony and almost compulsive. The overly positive greetings also get pretty tedious unless it is between two very close friends who haven't seen each other for a while. Again, so exaggerated.

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