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About Trevor

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    Deutsch, Regional English Accents
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  1. I'm from the mountains of the US state of Idaho, and although it may not seem like the cultural hub of accent diversity, I still manage to have a pretty thick accent that is difficult for a lot of foreigners to understand. This is a problem for me since I have a lot of friends who speak English as a second language and I travel a lot. I like my natural accent for when I'm talking to friends and with my family, so I don't want to lose it, but I do want to perfect a level of clearer higher English. My problem arises from the fact that I know from previous attempts at learning various other English dialects/accents that it blends into my native speech and I struggle to keep them separate. I know there must be techniques for this since many people learn multiple dialects in other languages, but so far I'm at a loss. Thanks