... Dear aram, i dont think i can help much but i guess a good way to more familiarize with the american accent could be working on a CD called American accentMessage 1 of 3 , Jul 1, 2004View Source--- aram pourdavoodi <apourdavoodi@...> wrote:
> My name is Aram. I'm taking American AccentDear aram,
> I have two requests:
> Would you please introduce me a dictionary that
> considers these features: squeezed-out syllables,
> T, and silent T.
> By the way, my first language is Farsi, would you
> please tell me how I can be more successful in
> learning american accent.
> Aram Pourdavoodi
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i dont think i can help much but i guess a good way to
more familiarize with the american accent could be
working on a CD called American accent training which
you may already know.
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How does AAT s Call Center course differ from its new Online & Grammar course? Could you please explain in detail, if possible? I know AAT teaches standardMessage 1 of 3 , Jan 16, 2008View SourceHow does AAT's Call Center course differ from its new Online & Grammar
course? Could you please explain in detail, if possible?
I know AAT teaches "standard American" but which dialect is it based on?
(e.g., on one of your AccentOnAccent blogs, you said that
"the Midwestern is considered the most 'correct' accent in America,
while Upper Midwestern has Scandinavian influences due to the people
who settled there and that Upper Midwestern is the one that's
exemplifed for Online Accent Program...")
(Q: If Midwestern is considered most "correct", why Upper Midwestern?)
(And I know Ms. Ann Cook is a native Californian. So which one is it?)
2) Upper Midwestern
I mean.. it can't be all three, right?
I'm very confused.
Thanks for your time and have a great one.