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  • Hey boys and girls!

  • So today I’m going to do a video

  • that’s probably the most requested video that I get

  • and that is a video purely dedicated to accents

  • Be for one, some of them probably aren’t perfect

  • but I have tried my best!

  • So, let’s carry on!

  • This is what I normally sound like

  • I may have a New Jersey accent on some words

  • but I think for the most part

  • this is pretty much Middle American

  • This is most New York City accent with the exemption of Manhattan

  • Some people think that most people from New Jersey talk like this too

  • but that simply isn’t true

  • Because if your home is in South Jersey

  • then you probably sound like this

  • Alright. Can we toast with butter?

  • No one hardly gets the Boston accent right.

  • Pardon ,people! were not from New York, people!

  • You know it really grabs my gears when I hear people trying to do a Southern accent.

  • You all think we all sound like this guy!

  • What you know this guy?

  • What does this guy ever do to you?

  • Were on bag. I gotta fix my tractor.

  • Yea hoo!

  • This is one of my favorites!

  • Apparently

  • when polled a good portion of people voted the Midwestern accent to sound the most pleasant.

  • I don't wanna toot my own horn here, but I agree.

  • I’m not sure about this guy

  • but I’m Navaho

  • And I think we have the best accent!

  • What?! Did you see what the guy follow up his broard

  • Yeah man, I totally swiped down that girl on film.

  • Oh my God

  • I can’t believe I got that hella hot guy whose loosing his shorts on camera

  • What’s up bitsy girl shine oh!

  • Just because I talk like this

  • don't necessarily mean that I’m African-American

  • Yes, I did grow up this city with a 70% African-American, 25% Hispanic

  • but I do follow in that 5% of other

  • You ain't born with your accent and therefore race cannot determine it.

  • It’s learned

  • Believe that!

  • Hello and welcome to United States of the 1940s!

  • You know when gas used to be 20 cents a gallon.

  • What?!

  • How much is it in the future?

  • Yeah, shame! I’m gonna wack those guys! See?

  • What does that mean something different in the future?

  • Bad, I’ll say,

  • Sorry, this project I’m working on is preventing me from going on the bill.

  • Ora levato come here!

  • What you waiting for man? Come on

  • I have been waiting forever!

  • You don’t think I can do Jamaican accent

  • but for you I make one try.

  • Not sure if I can do Irish either but it was a popular request so sure I don't.

  • Alright, so most people who are doing tracks tend to exaggerate it

  • and it ends up sounding like,

  • Eh eh eh eh

  • I am fool you while that no one speaks like this in England.

  • And yes contrary to popular belief

  • I along with many other educated Americans can point England to the map.

  • Right and yeah,

  • they said and it always reminds me of Dick Van Dyke and Mary Poppins.

  • I’ve not met one American person that can do an Australian accent.

  • But most likely, this one is included.

  • Isn’t it time to go yet?

  • No, really I’m starved!

  • I have not eaten since this morning.

  • I know right. This guy is talking forever.

  • Hello! My English is not very good.

  • Let me get my friend for you.

  • Chao! Chao! What can I help you? I’ll find!

  • Youre not looking for nothing?

  • Ey, why are you calling me here for?

  • He’s always so hard headed.

  • I tell him to relax but he doesn’t listen to me.

  • Hoy! Enough fighting huh!

  • Don’t fight!

  • I’m not go my class!

  • I don’t know how I sound to speak English

  • 我會說一點英語,可是我不說得很好

  • This is a Chinese accent and it sounds like Peter Chao.

  • This is a Canto accent.

  • Haik!

  • I would like to say that this is my Japanese accent.

  • Thank you!

  • Don’t buy a shampoo.

  • It’s for thin hair.

  • You have a very thick hair.

  • Hello. How is your Mom?

  • Please say hi!

  • How’s she do?

  • Okay okay. Talk to you later!

  • After this video,let’s get something to eat.

  • Chicken finger fat cup from Greek’s Rock Sabata.

  • But no, I want you to just come to my house.

  • and my wife cooked you samosa chat.

  • Hey, what about me?

  • Both of you always forget about me.

  • How about we get that go dance and see!

Hey boys and girls!

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