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  • My name is Marty.

  • I'm an actor.

  • I think I need to call my accent coach.

  • I have an audition for a production of the Christmas Carol where I would play Bob Cratchit.

  • So I need to master a cock me accent.

  • And I think it's best that I give my friend Paige a call.

  • Hi.

  • Hi.

  • I am back.

  • So you have another I have?

  • Yes.

  • Another on Shin.

  • And if you could believe it, it's today again.

  • Okay.

  • Yes, we're doing Christmas.

  • Carol.

  • Yes, Bob Cratchit.

  • And the director has specified they want cock me.

  • Okay?

  • Yeah.

  • And you can help me.

  • I can't help.

  • I can't.

  • Okay.

  • We're skipping over a step into And company were not starting with standard British because company is really working class Londoners, okay.

  • And so it's a different socioeconomic accent.

  • If you want to call it that, let me ask you, do you have any history with British English?

  • Me over there?

  • What I can say is this I have played the role of Bob Cratchit at the ripe age of 16.

  • Married men was So rumor, has I You know, I have experience with this accent, but I can't imagine It was very well put.

  • Six hours will get easy peasy.

  • Dialect, boot camp.

  • Here we go.

  • Here we go.

  • And how did little 10 guys as good as gold and better Somehow he gets thoughtful sitting by himself so much and he thinks the strangest things you ever heard.

  • He told me coming home that he hoped that people saw him in the church because he was equipo.

  • And it might be pleasant to them to remember upon Christmas Day who made lame beggars walk and blind men see good.

  • It's actually you've got a few sounds in there that are already correct.

  • A few is better than you've got a lot that needs to be Oh, okay.

  • Well, better good do is work that way.

  • So here we have a scene in a Christmas Carol.

  • So listless.

  • Very well.

  • There knows the worst loss of a few things.

  • Not these not a dead man, I suppose so.

  • I can honestly barely even understand what they're saying.

  • We'll work on this accent.

  • Justice actor should to be clear for the job that there going to do.

  • In other words, it will be copy.

  • You're gonna work toward that.

  • But the goal is really to be understood.

  • If they wanted a perm after he was dead, why wasn't he amiable in his lab time?

  • Okay, so this is a clip from Mary Poppins.

  • The bus?

  • Yes.

  • Except lovely.

  • Dick Van Dyke, Israel.

  • No one loves him.

  • Really bad example of cock me.

  • Okay.

  • But I want you to hear why, Okay, He's taken a lot of guts with this, that there is what you might call it.

  • So did you hear and see that were there?

  • Yeah, I said that.

  • They're that they're that they're that put it hard, R automatically that's sounding American when there's hardly no day.

  • Normally no night.

  • So you have heard an H in the first?

  • Hardly.

  • Yes.

  • And then he took it out in the 2nd 1 Yes, there's hardly Nordling.

  • We will drop pages which were completely onto on the rooftops of London.

  • So rooftops, rooftops, tops is a vow, will talk about as well.

  • He opened it up, placed it in the back of the mouth, and that's very American.

  • It's inconsistent.

  • He's hitting a lot of the sounds that are correct for cock knee.

  • And then all of a sudden there's a word that pops out.

  • So this is legend with Tom Hardy playing two roles, and he's using an authentic Hockney accent.

  • Okay, this full of iron, that is.

  • It takes a while that does to settle, Charlie Richardson said.

  • With the not the granny out of you Ridge.

  • This is the epitome of really good accent work.

  • Now, if you really listen to Tom Hardy, you'll hear that he's not using his teas.

  • Go lame and it's a little bit and things like that.

  • So just listen for those sounds.

  • Yeah, he did.

  • Did he ask you to listen when you see him next?

  • You tell him for May Yet that I say Flat Charlie Right Vac is brother.

  • Yeah, so you can a lot of wonderful F bombs, but he's not finishing words at times.

  • What one blow we don't about cross uses global sounds is another problem.

  • It's a big part of it, so I have a question for you.

  • X.

  • Yes, a wise woman once told me when learning an accent, it's best to pick one person.

  • Yes.

  • Would you say he's a good ticket in?

  • I would say he is absolutely authentic.

  • Okay, if you're working with someone who's saying yes, but we've got to make it more clear we could probably go toward Michael Caine.

  • Okay, is he has cocked me, but you don't miss a word.

  • You squeezed them, you hammered them to the point of desperation.

  • And in their desperation, they turned to a man they didn't fully understand.

  • There's still a little bit of keeping the mouth closed.

  • It's a little sloppy.

  • But you understand him?

  • Yeah, and clearly they're different people.

  • He's playing a butler.

  • It's accurate, of course, because he's from there.

  • So we can't really critique by cocaine.

  • How much can we listen?

  • A little more respect, Martha Wayne.

  • Absence is a man you don't fully understand either.

  • You know that.

  • You don't fully understand either.

  • You don't fully understand.

  • Either he's using good musicality, but because he thought it was good sport because some men aren't looking for anything logical.

  • You hear his voice, you get the words.

  • Yeah, I like him.

  • I think it's a good choice.

  • Is a guy.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, s.

  • So the first thing is the what we call the ask list A list of words that change from our ass.

  • Sound too.

  • Aw, so it's gonna be off off, pop, but think back of the mountain like Oscar Off path Dawn, sons.

  • That's it.

  • All right, So the next sound and this is gonna be a really important one.

  • It's the sound in the word not so.

  • Why would you think?

  • Right here around the lips?

  • No, no.

  • On on Want won't.

  • And I'm dropping the tea, which I'll describe on wall.

  • Well, for the word want What do I think?

  • You have the word Bob.

  • Bob Cratchit way Don't have to say it, but his name is a good example of this foul.

  • So instead of Bob while Bob you go Bob.

  • Bob, Bob, Bob Cratchit.

  • No, no Won't want on on off.

  • No one on, No want on upon upon Thanks.

  • So I want you to think of this next vowel sound almost like you have a straw in your mouth and you're trying to keep it in your mouth.

  • That's right.

  • So that would be in words like saw saw.

  • So how do you find that for you?

  • That is crazy.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • So other words like talk would be tool talk.

  • So we've really moved from back to front walk for thoughtful soul soul walk, walk Bacall because thoughtful, sore walk footfall soul walk sore, sore, soaring, soaring footfall sore walk the cool because good, The e and vowels that we know very well.

  • Like like we show you okay, we're gonna do is have what is called in on glide In layman's terms I would call it kind of scooping up to the South And here's what I mean instead of saying we me see with just one shape we're going to kind of put a vowel before it and it'll feel like a e a way.

  • Can you hear?

  • Good?

  • Do it again.

  • Oh my God, no Blowing myself Way, way That's great.

  • Oh, so when you it's called in on glides courts a man in the know Now we would do the same thing with the move.

  • Oh, you you It's like that's what we have to say about you E b May May People, People B B C C U U oh, Move, Move!

  • Soon, soon you do move You Oh, move!

  • Very good was the middle word.

  • Like who?

  • Oh, okay.

  • I see as good as gold and better.

  • As good as gold and better.

  • Somehow he gets thoughtful sitting by himself so much somehow he gets thoughtful sitting by himself so much thoughtful, thoughtful And he thinks the strangest things you ever and thinks the strangest things.

  • You ever things, things you ever do ever.

  • That's better.

  • Thanks.

  • This'd is probably what you would recognize is one of the more stereotypical company sounds.

  • It's the A as in page right Age day.

  • Great name to see those for me Just the way you would day.

  • Great name.

  • Okay, What we're going to do and this is very forward in the mouth Drop the jaw, Open it up.

  • And it may sound very similar to I.

  • So instead of saying say today, Great Sigh Sigh Do you think I I owe you?

  • See what?

  • I'm obliged.

  • Yes, We're gonna overdo it for now.

  • Okay, I think it's really important.

  • Let's go over the tops.

  • Go for easy to pull it back.

  • Okay, so you have the word strangest drying.

  • Just Wow did it.

  • Wow!

  • Christmas stocking Christmas die!

  • There you go.

  • Hard Bob off!

  • Strangest die!

  • Might Strangest day night.

  • Lane lane.

  • Strangest day made lame.

  • Strangest day made lane made made very good.

  • Thank you.

  • So the next sound is another different.

  • It's the owl like.

  • And now again, we're gonna put it right here around the lips.

  • Al ao And you could try to almost put the voice into the mask a little bit and close the mouth more So you get al out our harsh Yeah, you hear?

  • That s o down.

  • Down.

  • You don't want around it all real flat down, down Now.

  • You wanted to go?

  • Yeah, like you're I get really up in there.

  • Ao touch it somehow?

  • Yeah, somehow.

  • Better.

  • Okay, tricky.

  • That's hard.

  • I can confidently say I don't like this one.

  • Al.

  • Out round, round now round out, Snow Roundhouse.

  • You think when you do this the vowel after and now No, no.

  • Yes.

  • Now, now, there you go.

  • No, you take it right back.

  • We're going to do what is called globalizing, and I know another speech.

  • You're creating a T in the throat, so might becomes my might.

  • Now I see that you just created that is called a global stop.

  • That's right.

  • You did it like a word like bottle.

  • It would be all right or a word like water.

  • It would be What?

  • Uh what?

  • Uh, that's globalization.

  • Okay.

  • And that's the case here with blind and no, that's a d.

  • Sometimes he even globalized that my my line line.

  • Yeah, Let it go.

  • Forget it.

  • Better sitting foot full bear sitting thoughtful.

  • Now this next continent is another stereotypical cock new change Th is some people.

  • When they use the really heavy company change the th to an F or a vey We're gonna go for full foot ful, hears a voice th you got the word that that and the other word them.

  • So let's replace that with a voiced so that that there, then that feels better to me than the full full full.

  • Let's go really slowly that that.

  • So you're putting a V in the teeth for the th and blood allies in the tea that that that he owes the paper sewing in va touch.

  • OK, not bad.

  • Not that that, uh, them that the then that you say that again, that then that the then thoughtful thinks things footfall thinks things very good.

  • And now did little 10 b i a cz good as gold and better and better and better.

  • Somehow he gets thoughtful sitting by himself so much somehow he gets thoughtful sitting by himself so much Somehow he gets thoughtful sitting by himself so much and he thinks the strangest things you ever and thinks the strangest things you ever heard And thinks the strangest things.

  • You ever blind.

  • Really?

  • You come so far.

  • Well, thanks for such a short amount of time.

  • Thanks for joining me on this ride.

  • Always.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, it's fun.

  • Yeah.

  • Have a great time.

  • Well, like hi, I'm Marty Miller, and I will be reading for the role of Bob Cratchit as good as Gold.

  • And, uh, somehow he gets thoughtful sitting by himself so much and thinks the strangest things you ever heard.

  • He told me coming home that he hoped that people saw him in church because he was a cripple.

  • And it might be pleasant for them to remember upon Christmas Day who made lame beggars walk in blind men.

  • See thank you as good as gold.

  • And, uh, somehow he gets thoughtful sitting by himself so much and thinks for strangest things you ever heard a sound was like