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 thoughts on “The English Language In 30 Accents (Animated)

  1. 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.

  2. 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! 😀 X

  3. 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!

  4. 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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