I’ve been speaking with the American Pronunciation for a long, long time now.
As a matter of fact, the last video I recorded with me speaking with the British accent or the so-called Received Pronunciation was 10 months ago and it seems like a lifetime away – you can check it out HERE.
Now, having said all this I have to admit I truly enjoyed my British Accent mission and for the most part my enjoyment was derived from the fact that initially I thought I wouldn’t be able to manage the Received Pronunciation whereas in the end it turned out to be not as hard of an accent.
Still, American English kind of appeals to me a bit more (you can read 5 reasons as to why I love the American English HERE), so currently I’m facing the following dilemma:
Should I Focus on the American English on this Blog OR Should I Do Both – British AND American?
So basically it boils down to choosing whether I’m going to alternate between the two main English accents – American and British – or I’m going to stick with what I love most – the American Pronunciation.
And that’s the question I’m asking you, my dear blog reader!
Please take a few seconds of your time and post it in the comments section below and let me know whether you’re interested in American or British English, and that way I’ll be able to decide what I should do on this blog in the future!
You see – after all, it’s YOU who I’m running this blog for, so in case if the interest about the British Pronunciation is huge, I will most definitely revisit my British English and write more cool stuff about it as well as making new videos.
So, please let me know in the comments section below if you’re interested in:
- American English
- British English
- Both American and British English
pronunciation related information, and I’ll be really, really grateful for your feedback ❗