字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント The UK is incredibly diverse in terms of accents and it just so happens that I can do many of these accents as my party trick. So come with me as I take you on a guided tour through all of the accents and archetype of Great Britain. Hi I’m Siobhan Thompson and this is anglophenia. And what I’m speaking right now is RP, received pronunciation, or you know, your standard BBC English. It’s spoken across the country, generally by middle and upper class people. Think of Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch, you know, most of the presenters of BBC news. So, good evening, it’s 9 o’clock and this is the news. I’m very important. Heightened RP is generally only spoken on film and television now. So you’re gonna think of Nell Card or the dull encounters in Downton Abbey Oh Gerald I do love you but you’re so terribly, terribly poor. Now, London is the accent that most people outside of Britain can recognize, you know, that classic Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels Get out of my pub! Go on, get out of it! Shut it you tart ! East Anglia is a flat, boggy kind of place, with a flat, boggy kind of accent. I’d love to give you an example of somebody that comes from there that speaks like this, But they all lose this accent as they can. Steven Froy is from Norfolk, but he doesn’t speak like this cuz he’s posh. Here’s a classical kind of East Anglia phrase: I dun drop my computer in the fan and now it’s broken. Now let’s go across the island to the West Country, Which is a much rounder sound, it’s farmland, full of sheep and cows and apples. Think of Sam Gangee from the Lord of the Rings or Hagrid from the Harry Potter Movies. Oy you bloody kids get off my land! Or Mr. Frodo, don’t let them turn me into anything unnatural. Then when you get down to Cornwall, it gets a little bit more pirate-y So hoist the mizzenmast, ** Now Southern Welsh is this great sing-songy kind of accent . Think of Tom Jones or Richard Burtin, you know “Rage, rage against the dying of the light.” Bloody hell I love Dillan Thomas Northern Welsh is where singer Duffy is from, it’s a breathy, thicker kind of accent And most people from there speak Welsh at home and English as a second language. So, you know, (Welsh) Now, cross the country to the West Midlands in Birmingham, And it’s a very nasal kind of an accent, mostly on a () through went on in the area. Cat Deeley, who presents So You Think You Can Dance is from there. And so is Ozzy Osbourne, you know “Sharon, where’s the bloody remote?” Yeah, that voice that he does isn’t a joke, it’s just where he’s from. Scouse is your classical Liverpool accent. The Beatles are from there and so is Paul McGann. They also made European capital of culture called 4 years ago by the EU, so don’t tell me that they’re not cultured, alright? Authentic Lancashire, you know think of Christopher Eccleston, Or most of the cast of the Downstairs in the Downton Abbey. Daisy, get the buns out of the oven before they burn! Oh, Mr. Bates. So across the Pennines, Yorkshire, it’s a much kind of flatter accent from Lancashire. And they cut off a lot of their words So I’m going to pub uphill, think of Sean Bean from Lord of the Rings or Game of Thrones One does not simply walk into Mordor. So in Northumberland in Newcastle you speak in a Geordie accent, so you know think of the Geordie shore, Or Cheryl Cole, remember she got fired from X- Factor cuz nobody could understand a word she was saying. Or Billy Elliot! All I want to do is dance ballet but my dad makes me box. Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland, it’s a very soft, maybe a little snotty kind of an accent. Think of Ewan McGregor or Dame Maggie Smith, that’s Professor McGonagall That’s 10 points taken from Gryffindor Mr. Potter. Glasgow is a much thicker kind of an accent, Billy Connolly and Peter Capaldi are both from there. They cut off a lot of their words, so, uh, have you got any bottles, sir, got to go to the shop you know? So, up to the very North to the Highlands of Scotland Think of Amy Pond from Doctor Who, or maybe Sir Robert Burns. The best-laid schemes o’ mice an’ men gang aft agley. Now let’s go to North Ireland and it’s all about the vowels with the Northern Ireland Accent, Like, so like, Hi Neighbor and all Liam Neeson is from there. We’ve got a very particular set of skills. I know he doesn’t’ say it in that accent in the movie but it sounds well so, like.. And finally, Southern Ireland is obviously not a part of the United Kingdom but obviously I can do a Dublin accent so let’s just do it. It’s a pretty classic Irish accent with a lot of assonance to it. So Sinéad O’Connor’s from there. Nothing compares. Nothing compares to you. That is all from me. Tell me if there’s any British accent that I missed because I love a challenge. Don’t forget to subscribe and thanks for watching.