The English Language In 30 Accents (Animated)

An animated remake/extension of my last accent video that went viral back in late 2010 (sorry for the wait lol). This time I have added some new accents and my friend Chris (aka CmOrigins) has animated each one of them. He has been one of my good friends since secondary school and did a fantastic job with the animations in this video so I would appreciate it if you check out his YouTube channel www.youtube.com and subscribe to him. Anyway I understand that the accents may not all be perfect some may be quite bad (depending on your own perception of them) but they are just a bit of fun and I did my best with them. I learned most of them over the years randomly from TV, Movies, Videogames and real life experiences. As I always say and have repeatedly said in this video: These accents and (animated scenarios) are not meant to offend anyone and should not be taken seriously. I apologise for the all the accents I have missed out or done a terrible job on. CREDITS (as if anyone is going to bother reading them let alone the description lol) Written and produced by: Jake Wardle (Truseneye92) Voiced by: Jake Wardle (Obviously :P) Edited by: Jake Wardle Animations by: Chris Mendoza (CmOrigins) (Obviously! :P)
Video Rating: 4 / 5

24 Replies to “The English Language In 30 Accents (Animated)”

  1. Hey guys, I help my students a lot´╗┐ with this website.. It has a lot of grammatical explainations and tutorials, as well as practice.. its english page

  2. The animation in the video for me is perfect, and also it’s very´╗┐ helpful for foreign people that want to how looks like every person of each accent location.

  3. Your Yorkshire accent is ace – you sound like my cousin’s´╗┐ boyfriend, haha, and you sound like so many of my international friends – wonderful! Thanks for the laugh! ­čśÇ X

  4. I really liked it! And well said, “I’m not a robot”, but it will be nice if you can´╗┐ include, in a future video, a south-american accent, if you’ve heard it (not mexican exclusively), though I know each and every person gives it a personal touch; just an aproximation. Greetings!

  5. Hey, I’m just a random nitpicker: you can really hear the intrusive R in some places (in french episode it’s “idea-r”, or “china-r” when the redneck´╗┐ finds the katana). Just my OCD speaking, great video really.

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