You have a strong accent but it's not a typical Russian one; native speakers might have trouble guessing your native language. You don't sound British and probably never will, but with some more work you'll be 100% comprehensible by most native speakers.
No, that's not true. While those features of connected speech do sometimes mean words run into each other, there still need to be certain boundaries (breaks, pauses, emphasis, etc). Your recording makes it sound as if you're trying too hard, which can only end up making it sound unnatural, of course.There are no boundaries because of linking, elision, assimilation.
Yes, I am asking you to slow down and post a new recording below."The post below" was written 6 month ago.
I just asked to evaluate my current pronunciation.
Are you sure?You have a strong accent but it's not a typical Russian one; native speakers might have trouble guessing your native language. You don't sound British and probably never will, but with some more work you'll be 100% comprehensible by most native speakers.
Good advice. And if you do record something like that, try to speak slowly. It makes it easier to identify problems/irregularities.It would be interesting to hear you saying something not prepared in advance. Why don't you record another short clip of yourself just chatting about a random topic, as if you're talking to a friend, rather than reading from a text? For example, just tell us a few things you did last week, or describe what would constitute a perfect day, or tell us about your local town. The important thing is that you make it up as you record it - don't write anything down in advance.
Note jutfrank's advice, with my emphasis. Men and women typically have distinctive, but not radically different, speaking patterns in English. You'll sound a bit odd if you adopt typically female patterns, but you won't sound "nasty". The patterns overlap among native speakers; some males use more typically female patterns and vice versa.My advice to you would be to find a suitable model audio clip spoken by a proficient and articulate native-British English-speaking man ….