They have a very arrogant tone of voice, as well as they are very greatly lengthen the sound of "e", it gave them an opportunity to acquire a reputation as a very rough people. Now it is considered that all dialects are dying, and their will be much less in the next 30 years. Hear from experts in the field like Sela Ward for a more varied view. In recent time, some dialects are very fashion, and even sexually attractive. This sense of roughness and a primitive state, which is characteristic of the inhabitants of rural areas is very exciting for women from big cities. The best-known pronunciation, with of sexuality, is the pronunciation of Manchester residents. Inhabitants of the musical capitals of England are famous for their sullenness, and brevity. But their habit – "snuffle" broke many hearts.
Liverpool was the most a major port during the "cotton empire" and now has almost become the poorest region of the country. The inhabitants of this region has a unique "street" accent, formed as a result of mixed dialects north of England and Ireland is very pleased his accent – singing with happiness. If you want to describe it in one word, then the most suitable will be – cool In third place is the accents of Scotland, particularly in Glasgow. Scots language fully conveys their character: rude and very pronounced accent. But the northern part of Ireland, which is constantly torn by strife among Roman Catholics and Protestants, has become known for its unrestrained Most "do not sexy "pronunciations are in the south of Britain, was born here and want most famous actors and singers. Currently, English has changed considerably, it is caused not only geographically, but so also, and social reasons. This is despite the many attempts to standardize the pronunciation of all the inhabitants into a single "Royal English, and could not be widely adopted. But we should not upset, it's not an excuse. If you have any knowledge of the local dialect, it will give you the zest. And at the expense of the schools themselves, the terms are taught to "standard English". Which school to choose to study a foreign language – it is up to you.