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    Nasal Twang

    Hi,

    In English pronunciation, what results in a "nasal twang"?

    Which accents have pronounced Nasal Twang?

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    Re: Nasal Twang

    Hi anupumh
    See:
    AskOxford: Brummie is Beautiful
    Ask a British person what their least favourite accent is, and they will more than likely say 'Brummie' - the variety of English spoken in the West Midlands city of Birmingham. Ask them why, and they will more than likely use adjectives such as 'nasal', 'monotonous', 'miserable' and/or 'ugly' to justify their responses.
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    Re: Nasal Twang

    Quote Originally Posted by Neillythere View Post
    Hi anupumh
    See:
    AskOxford: Brummie is Beautiful
    Ask a British person what their least favourite accent is, and they will more than likely say 'Brummie' - the variety of English spoken in the West Midlands city of Birmingham. Ask them why, and they will more than likely use adjectives such as 'nasal', 'monotonous', 'miserable' and/or 'ugly' to justify their responses.
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    Is it true than American English/Accent has a Nasal Twang as compared to Standard British English/RP..?

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