Handsome Recluse

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However, if you use it in the countryside of a local city, even if your words are conveyed to the other person, depending on the words the other person speaks, you may need to translate Japanese into Japanese.
How many Japanese languages are there?
Japanese has many words that are pronounced while exhaling, and English that is spoken while breathing is difficult without training. If a general Japanese speaks English, it will look like this video.
Pop singers have breathy sounds just to rub in that they're having lots of s*x.
 

blackice

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Although there is only one Japanese language, there are differences in the expression method depending on the region. There is also a theory that people in cold regions tend to omit words to shorten conversations.:)
I learned slang in college from an exchange student from Hokkaido, but she grew up in Osaka. I was never good with Japanese slang. Goofy American here :ROFLMAO:
 

SeriousHoax

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Another vote for British accent. The accent of the likes of Henry Cavil, Emily Blunt, Benedict Cumberbatch, Carey Mulligan just melts my heart 🥰
On the other hand, I find Russian accent to be scary 😦
 

bribon77

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I like to hear British.

I have a russian friend telling me that German sounds too harsh to her. That really surprised me.
The German language is the language with the longest words in the world, the second language with the longest words is Spanish. German doesn't sound bad to me, but it is difficult to learn.

The thing is that when you are a native of a language you do not realize how it sounds to the ears of another who does not speak, your language.
 

struppigel

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The German language is the language with the longest words in the world, the second language with the longest words is Spanish. German doesn't sound bad to me, but it is difficult to learn.

The thing is that when you are a native of a language you do not realize how it sounds to the ears of another who does not speak, your language.

Yes, I am aware that I cannot hear how it sounds like to others. The reason it surprised me, was that Russian doesn't sound soft to me either. So I assumed, wrongly, for a native Russian speaker German shouldn't be too harsh.
 
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