People who learn English from textbooks are often surprised when they going to the UK… to find that almost nobody sounds like they expected. The UK has a very diverse range of accents and dialects — and we talk all about that in this lesson.
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Do British accents represent in songs?
Sorry, no idea what you mean.
I want to ask, what is a British accent song like? If there’s a song with an obviously British accent. Or there’s no “British accent song” at all. What about the Beatles?
To be honest, I don’t really understand your question. Not because of your English, but because the thing you’re asking doesn’t seem to make any sense?
Every song ever made by a British person has a British accent… just like every song by an American has an American accent, or every Taiwanese song has a Taiwanese accent, every Japanese song has a Japanese accent, and, well, you get the idea.
If you mean are there songs with different British accents… yes, but I don’t really have any examples. I only really listen to techno, and there isn’t much singing in that 😉
Thanks for your explanation and patience. I get it. I was thinking of making a song specially composed of some different accents of countries. It will be a multi-culturally diverse song. isn’t it? Good day
Hi Julian. Is there any difference between to speak IN English/a different way and to speak English/a different language?
Not really, as far as “in” is concerned.
But “speak in a different way” and “speak a different language” are obviously totally different because “way” and “language” don’t mean the same thing at all.