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Maine accent is creation pedogogic effects related to your pedagogs means teachers, mother, father, other people near to you who leads infant, child's and teach them every aspect of world to be self sufficient and compatible to the world in which they are born. Starting from it's birth infant start to develop it's vocabulary it may be human being or as wel as animal, It will have a powerfull urge to grab, to grasp everything what they listen and come in to contact, And hence vocabulary,or accent will start to develop like sparrow will have their own accents, which assent is gifted to it's youngone. PIYUSH HARIYANI

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