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I don't know, I don't really record voice in real life, every time I'm in a recording, my voice sounds weird. :)

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I think I sound normal. I try and go easy on the vocalized pauses ("like," "um," "uh," etc.).

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Oi'm frum Canada, and I doon't have an accent loike this.

I live in Vancouver (2010 Olympics/Paralympics, remember?) and we don't have accents.

 

As for my voice? Err... I kinda sound like a boy. But I can make very high voices and I can do a pretty good British accent. I'm also quite good at impersonating voices from things.

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lol well, I definately have an American accent. I'm not from anywhere special ;w;

 

I talk pretty fast sometimes, and I have a nice, loud voice. I say like alot. Like, alot alot.

My voice is really-high pitched, so it makes me sound three years younger lawlz.

Let's see... I can make my voice go deep and high .

I studder some times ...

Gee, I'm boring . Why wasn't I born with a British accent ? xD

maybebecauseIhavenoBritishbloodinme

 

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i sound kinda ..blah and sometimes i have more of a midwest accent i guess people say. i never catch it though.

here's what i sound like:

(my video i did on sea monkeys)

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American, I guess. High pitched and loud xD I can't say my th phonetics right. Like when I say teeth it kinda sounds like tees. My friend said it sounds better now though :P

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I have a Midwestern accent, even though I'm from the southeast.

< That's basically exactly how I sound as far as my accent goes. [there's some mild language in the video. Click at your own risk.] People often ask me if I'm from Chicago or at least from up north.

The only part about that video is my voice itself is kind of lower than that, and I have this scratchy sound in the back of my voice.

I don't have a very good video of Pete Wentz talking, but if you can hear that kind of roughness in the back of his voice when he talks, I have the same thing in mine.

I sound like a man. ;o;

 

My pronunciation of words seems funny to people, I've been picked on a lot because of how I say things. xP

My 'A' sounds are usually long and sharp in words such as Accent, Alex, That, Hat, Cat, Rat, etc.

ie; Scotch. I say, "SkAHch" instead of, "ScaahCH."

ie 2; Boycott. I say, "BoycAHt" instead of, "BOY-Caat."

Like the girl in the video up there, the 'A' in Chicago.

ShehCAHgoh instead of Shuhcawgoh.

I also get pointed out a lot on how I say 'pen' and 'pin' the same. I say both like, "Pehn."

I also say Jenny and Ginny the same. Here's the differences;

[x] and [x]

Both to me are pronounced like how the computer says Jenny, and that's about the best example of my obvious trouble with the 'i' and 'e' thing. xD

 

As far as how I talk itself, it's usually fast and quiet. I seem to normally talk in mumbles unless I'm presenting something, in which then I get louder.

Whenever I talk and am trying to find my words, I tend to just say, "Uhmmmm..." really low and held-out, then take in a deep breath and continue with my sentence. Otherwise, I'd say I just talk really fast and in a low voice. People mishear me often. xD

 

 

~Mew

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New Zealand accent. Although I've been told (by Kaycee) that I sound a little bit Scottish. If that were true, I believe it would be about 0.01% Scottish and 99.99% New Zealand accent. I always think I'm talking at a normal pace, even when doing a speech for English but I've been told I say my speeches way too fast, something I don't notice.

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