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  • My friends!

  • Over here, my friends!

  • Blin!

  • Closer!

  • Well it took you long enough to finally find me.

  • My Friend, where have you been?

  • I have given you clear directions.

  • (Spints on floor)

  • Aghh, it doesn't matter my friend.

  • Let's get inside and let's learn Russian accent.

  • Come on in.

  • And remember take shoes off!

  • Mama!

  • Make Borscht Hot.

  • Guests are here now.

  • Now before we start the tutorial, I will tell you a few benefits of speaking with a Russian accents.

  • So you at least know what you're getting yourself into.

  • The first benefit, which is pretty much instant,

  • when you speak with a Russian accent,

  • people will instantly start to respect you much much more.

  • The second benefit is you will develop a huge, a very very huge facial hair growth.

  • The third benefit - you'll experience very very high muscle growth

  • and the huge overflow testosterone hormones.

  • Now you might think to yourself, "This is all bullshit, Popovski you're lying to us."

  • No, my friend, I'm the number 1 prove to it.

  • When I go outside and I see hot bitch I like,

  • I only talk to her and I said,

  • "Hey, Baby! Do you want to see how big my potato is?"

  • And instantly her virgina turned into a waterfall.

  • Popovski Blin, shut the f*ck up!

  • Ms. Popovski's probably going to watch this and hit you with frying pan.

  • Oh shit I forgot!

  • Step number 1:

  • If you want to speak with an authentic Russian accent,

  • you will have to make your voice very deep.

  • So that means, the voice you're talking with now, you have to lower it at least one full octave.

  • So you do not sound like a little bitch when you speak.

  • Because speaking with a Russian accent and having a high pitch voice like a little succumb*

  • just does not fit well together my friends.

  • So, my friends, I suggest to you train your voice to speak a very low tone.

  • And lower it a full octave for the best effect of the Russian accent.

  • Now, step number 2.

  • If you want to speak English with a Russian accent, you have to train yourself to speak very slowly,

  • and make your speech flow like a river.

  • Because we Russians, when we speak English we really do not like to rush things, you know?

  • We really want to take our time because we are very shit at pronouncing everything.

  • So we just try to keep it slow and keep it flowing.

  • Now this brings us to step number 3.

  • It is prounication of words.

  • My friends, as you can probably tell, when you hear a Russian speak English or any other language with his native accent,

  • you can pretty much tell his pronunciation is complete shit.

  • But!

  • It is very essential that you always pronounce every single letter in every single word.

  • Remember, my friends, when a Russian speaks English, he does not know the concept of silent letters.

  • Every single letter that gets pronounced equally.

  • Now, just to give you a rough idea where we are at,

  • we are going to combine all of those three steps and pronounce this sentence, my friends,

  • so you'll hear how it would sound with a Russian accent.

  • "My Name is Anton."

  • "Every morning I usually get up at 7 o'clock and brush my teeth."

  • Or let's take this sentence for example.

  • "Jack and Jill Went up the hill to make potato harvest."

  • "Jack fell..."

  • Popvski, that's not how the saying goes!

  • And step four is to roll your Rs.

  • As you see, my friends, I do not hide my Rs.

  • I roll them out as they are.

  • You know in the most English languages you barely ever hear the letter r because...

  • I don't know English and American people are ashamed of it and they don't pronounce it properly.

  • But the Russian f*ck that shit, we pronounce it as it is.

  • So, train to roll the r like this, like I'm doing right now.

  • Now step number five is going to be once more for the advanced students and it is the Hs.

  • You know, in the Russian language, we usually pronounce h as a /h/, like that.

  • So, for example, if you would like to say sentence such as

  • "Hot potato, hot potato, harvest hot potato."

  • As you see, my friends, my Hs are very harsh and very hard.

  • And they sound from the very back of my throat.

  • So you have to train yourself to make your Hs sound very rough and strong from the back of your throat, my friends.

  • And if you do that, my friends, you'll be on your way to the perfect Russian accent.

  • We only have one more step to go.

  • Now the very last step, step number 6 is to take into consideration that, we Russians, we do not like articles,

  • such as "the", "a", stuff like that.

  • So in each sentence you speak, you just f*ck all the articles and you say the entire sentence without articles.

  • Now let us take this sentence for example.

  • "I went to the shop to buy a mushroom to make myself a hot soup."

  • You will pronounce in Russian accent such as

  • "I went to shop to buy mushroom to make hot soup."

  • or for example let's take sentence "I killed this camel because it was a bitch to me.", would sound like

  • "I killed camel because it was bitch to me."

  • As you see, my friends, the sentences are way shorter and you save way more oxygen this way.

  • So this way you will not risk suffocating in sentence, my friends.

  • So my friends, this is basically been it for the Russian accent tutorial.

  • I have told you everything I could and I have really tried to make this tutorial as indepth as possible to help you master the best Russian accent you can.

  • So maybe one day you'll even be able to speak like I do.

  • My friend!

  • Are you sure you do not want to stay for hot shashlik?

  • We are going to make shashlik now,

  • you can stay, my friend.

  • Ahh, no? You have to go?

  • Ahhh, okay my friend.

  • But remember,

  • you are always welcome in my house,

  • but as long as you take your shoes off.

  • I do not like dirty floor.

  • But my friend, just follow the path.

  • Whatever you do, do not go into the forest.

  • There are a lot of bears there.

  • And yea,

  • you will have very bad time if bear catches you.

  • But anyways, my friends, I will see you in next video

  • and stay safe.

  • Have a good day!

My friends!

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    Sabrina Hsu posted on 2017/04/27
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