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When it rains and the sun is shining, it's called a "Sun shower" We call the soft drinks a "pop", gym shoes, we say "runners" I hope you can still read this after five years of your posting this video. I'm a Toronto native and I must say you sound like a North Torontonian. Very crisp, and clear. We're often told that Southern Ontarians i.e. Torontonians tend to have a Central California accent. I must agree after listening to them speak. It is often said that if you walk in a roomful of Californians and Torontonians, you would not be able to tell the difference in their speech. Nowadays, the young folk here tend to speak in "The Valley" kind of way. Also, the "out and about" thing. It depends where in Canada you go. There are subtle accents all across the country. It seems that Canadian folks with a Scottish background will pronounce the word "out" to sound more like "eout" and "about "abeout" But make no mistake, no one says those words like "oot" and "aboot" LOL! As for myself, I don't mind opening up my vowels, and I don't say "eh". When I visit the states, the people there have often asked me if I'm from Chicago. Go figure. Take Care Heather and good work. You're a wonderful teacher.
It's crazy how accurate this is. This is really how everyone speaks in So Cal. There's a lot of slang for these words too but it's all accurate pronunciation
I didn’t know people pronounced caught and cot differently, in my Californian English speaking brain I quite literally can’t imagine or formulate those words being pronounced differently lol
Oh, Surely, it's fabulous!!! Thanks for playing! Your video is so great because you're a perfect example of a native speaker who has made pretty significant changes to your normal speech so that you can be better understand internationally. We all have to do our part!
This was the only video I've seen so far that actually made me understand my Northern California accent!
I've been told that Canadians pronounce things clearer and broader, so that's probably what that's about. I do feel that they do (I lived much of my life in Toronto) based on my experiences going "down south", but as a non-native speaker I can't be sure if that's actually a thing.
Hi Heather, I finally managed to post my video response here. Hope some of your followers enjoy my two-penneth on this. Yes Yes, I know I've pronounced CarMEL wrongly, but SUREly you can forgive me for that? I'm off for my dinner now - no mayonnaise or syrup today, but some yummy carAmel tarts for dessert!! ;-)
Heather - You know how much I love this video. You are Ah. May. Zing! (Now that is American English Idiom.) My ezine video was about you this week. I also posted it here as a video response and I hope it will appear shortly. xo
Hi Heather, how would you distinguish global English from British English?
:) I'm not really sure what that other meaning you're referring to, but Cambridge has two other meanings. The first is an adjective (humorous - of a person) means short and round. The second is a sweet dish made with thick pastry spread with jam, which is rolled up and cooked jam roly-poly So, what do you think?
OMG. She is an angel, so cute, so smart, at the same time. i never seen so pretty smile. I 'd like learn english pronunciation.. que linda es heather, tiene un encanto especial
Thanks! The most "professional" Accent tag on YT.
I speak the exact Cali style except few words like "route".
Hi Mario. I totally get it. No worries! Looking forward to seeing it when you're ready. :-)
Woohoo!! Can't wait to see your Accent Tag video! Please post it as a reply here so I'm sure to see it. And, yes, there is nothing sexier than an Italian accent!!! (Don't tell my Danish husband... hahahah!)
Hi Heather, great video, as a hispanic-american living in the states for a couple of decades this is still very helpful. thanks!!
Datum (sing), Data (plural). Although it is a great thing you have come up with your own interpretation and value for such phones.
Hi Heather, I recorded a video to you. Search over you tube a video called "A message to Heather Hansen". I hope you like it!! Plus, I love your videos!! I am a self taught English person!!! :)
A couple things that Californians tend to do is leave both sounds within words out, and leave words out in sentences, especially the first and last words. It's a kind of shorhand that foregoes formality. Another thing is to run words together, and soften hard consonants in the process. An example is "sorda". A good TV show that demonstrates Californian English is the old "Leave it to Beaver" sitcom.
"Spitting image" was originally "spit and image". It was misused so much, the dictionary was finally changed.