A black person's accent depends on where they learned to talk. If they learned to talk in England, they might have a British accent. If they learned to talk in Nigeria, they might have a Hausa accent or a Yoruba accent, etc. depending on which Nigerian languge they learned. If they learned to talk in the southern US, they might have a southern accent.
Nope! a persons accent comes from what they where they are from and what they hear only if the person has a cleft palate or a problem with jaw alignment this could contribute to a speech impediment or accent.
an english accent
It's called a Southern accent.
If you are talking about an accent mark called the 'accute accent', then no. It does not.
Chicken gave the black persons a coupon.
'Black Jack' in a french accent.
One of the best things about white and black is that any color can be used to accent them. Yellow goes great with black and white as an accent color.
She's from Wales, so she has a Welsh accent.
be black with a Jamaican accent
The stress on a syllable can be called an accent.
Carbonato de sodio borax (accent on 'o') atincar (accent on 'i')
un accent (masc.) un accent aigu : Ã© un accent grave : Ã¨ un accent circonflexe : Ãª
There are a few different accents that can be found in London. In Eastern London the most common accent is called a cockney accent.
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If they are eating something. If they have a sore throat. If they have a weird accent.
Probably, but I'm not sure. It probably takes skill to pant genes into a persons body.
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It's an accent, not an apostrophe. It's been borrowed from French. It's called an accent aigu.
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