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One of the biggest things you can do to sound like Tom Holland and it's not an easy thing
is to use a lot of intonation in how you speak
'yeah, I think that was probably the most daunting part of taking on this character so as a joke
I suggested to Marvel that I should go to a high school undercover
when Tom Holland speaks... it's kind of like he's singing
he kind of goes up and down and he pauses
and his pauses actually add a lot of meaning and depth to the sentence
it was great man, you know, I mean
I've always dreamed of being spiderman since I was a little kid
his dad is a stand-up comedian
(Tom) was taught from a young age how to present and how to time his words
can we just put on like ten minutes of clips of Tom Holland or do we actually...
Hi guys welcome to this video, my name's Mike I teach English and Arabic on YouTube
today we're gonna be spending this video looking at Tom Holland's accent
his mannerisms, talking about how much of a great guy he is
I love him, the world loves him, and I really hope you get something out of this
find it interesting or if you just love Tom just watch it and enjoy it
now the first thing you got to do if you want to sound like Tom Holland
is you've got to speak with a British accent
now Tom Holland, I'm not talking about the Peter Parker high school Queens kid
I'm talking about Tom Holland from southwest London [Kingston] who says things like
'well, yeah, they wanted me to audition for Billy Elliot. So I was like, alright fair dos'
like when he was a kid
he actually had a really strong cockney accent now as he's grown up
I mean when he was like 12/13/14 he was singing and speaking with a Geordie accent
♪ I can't really explain it. I haven't got the words ♪
♪ It's a feeling that you can't control ♪
Billy Elliot is set in County Durham where they have the Newcastle accent basically
Geordie accent... and then of course he was in films
he's in movies
he's been doing the American accent in spider-man
'Peter Parker here to pick up a passport, please'
and between you and me, I think...
Tom Holland, might have kind of forgotten what his accent is
I'm not going to go deep into the British accent and how to speak with a British accent
you can spend years and years literally studying every day how to speak with a British accent
and the other thing is there's so many different accents within the UK
it can get really, really complicated and very esoteric and very niche and...
I just want to share with you some very quick examples
so if you're for example learning English and you're learning it the American way
take these four words here:
turn
learn
farm
yarn
notice how when I say them I'm not pronouncing the 'R' in the middle of the letter
turn
learn
farm
yarn
now an American saying these would say:
something like...
turn
learn
farm
yarn
they would pronounce the 'R' in the middle of the word as a British speaker... British English speaker
you don't pronounce the 'R' in the middle of the word... you just say:
turn
learn
farm
yarn
again, similarly at the end of the word if you have a word like 'better' an American would say 'better'
so there's two differences there
they pronounce the 'T' as a 'D' and they pronounce the 'R' at the end of the word
whereas in England, we don't pronounce the 'R' when it's at the end of a word
we would say 'better'
harder
faster
stronger
we just end it in it like 'a' sound
whereas an American would say harder better faster stronger
so they'd pronounce the 'R' at the end of the word
he says things like...
as opposed to Michael and I think this is why Tom's accent is so popular
it's kind of that Cockney accent, but at the same time it's kind of quite a formal cockney accent
he's not like some geezer on a street corner
trying to sell you some watch from his jacket or something
he's just kind of like he's speaking quite well but he's got a very subtle cockney (accent) in there
I'm not even sure if Tom's aware of this but of course as he's gone through life... he's only 22, right?
he's been acting pretty much his whole life... he was on stage at 12 in Billy Elliot
and he was doing a Geordie accent for that
and then he goes to America and he's Peter Parker in spider-man, he's in movies
he's shooting films... by the way, he does say movie
auditioning for this movie was incredibly pressurising
because I wasn't just auditioning in front of the producers
I was auditioning in front of the whole world
that's an American (dialect) but he's picked that up and that's kind of an example
of the thing I'm about to talk about which is how his accent has become less British
less London, less cockney and more kind of international English
look at the way that Tom himself doesn't quite know how to say Atlanta
yeah, I mean on my last audition I was told to stay in Atlanta
I then left Atlanta after two weeks because I was like, well, I obviously haven't got it
Is that your water, or is that my water?
it was like rugby meets basketball meets UFC fighting
It was literally the worst day worst three days of my life
As someone who's kind of grown up speaking so many different accents
and has been a voice actor. He's been on stage
He's been in different films. He's interviewing in the States.
He's trying to use language appropriate words over there
So that the Americans aren't going 'who the hell is this guy? I don't understand where he's saying'
he has to be very careful about the words he uses so...
you know Tom Holland's accent is actually complicated
It's evolving and it does change day to day like on his Instagram...
if you watch his Instagram videos and his Instagram stories
He sounds a lot more 'London'
that was sick!
I am so excited and I've been trying to keep this a secret for so long and I now just can't I can't do it.
So I think one of the reasons why people love Tom Holland, you know...
... is that he's just such a down-to-earth guy, you know like and
He he has these characteristics that he uses when he speaks
So he he says for example, 'you know' quite a lot at the end of each sentence, you know
He's looking for that kind of affirmation - an agreement
and it lets the audience and whoever's listening to him kind of
feel like they're part of it, you know?
You know, you know when you revise for an exam and you feel like you crushed it
but the longer you wait for the results the more you think you kind of... [he's British, by the way]
Robert's great, you know, it's really fun to work with him and he came at the perfect time
We were making the movie and you know it's hard
you work 15 hours every day and he came and
brought like a whole new burst of energy, you know?
you know I think the best advice probably came from my dad, you know
Tom has a slightly higher voice than most people and I would say I probably do as well
I'm kind of speaking a little bit higher than I normally would right now to kind of imitate Tom Holland
But he definitely has a high voice
So if you were trying to replicate like the way that Tom Holland speaks
then just choose from where you would normally speak
I'd normally speak about down here
But maybe just go like a couple of tones higher
and you'll notice that Tom Holland's actually got a pretty high voice
No, they don't give anyone the script. I did read the script. Did you?
Yes - of course they're not gonna give you the script.
When he's in conversation with like another guy with like a much deeper voice
Sometimes you will pick up on the fact that he has a quite a high voice
Tom does a lot of hesitation when he
talks, you know and
he kind of
it's quite an endearing thing when you're particularly in the British kind of dialect and
the style of the British accent is to kind of
you know pause and make noises with your mouth and just
kind of reflect on what you're about to say before you actually say it and Tom does this quite a lot
Oh, yeah, man. Yeah, it's um
it's been a crazy crazy process for me because Civil War was such a rushed
you know...
movie for me because I literally was cast, came in, did two weeks and then left
Tom does this thing where he accidentally says a swear word
when he shouldn't and then gets really apologetic
I literally like ate sh*t
sorry Sony, I ate... I fell over
that's ******... sorry, that's disgusting
I kinda thought that maybe people would take the piss a little bit and mess around
sorry
I had strict instructions not to swear but I'm from England - it's what I do it's what we do.
His voice is constantly changing pitch
and he kind of goes up at the end and it kind of leaves you wanting more
because when you go up at the end...
you know there's more coming
I was kind of planning to move out here to LA
but now I'm only just moving five minutes away from my mum.
were you there when I threw water on Sam when he was sleeping?
Tom Holland is a fantastic storyteller
If you want to sound like Tom Holland, you need to learn how to tell a story
I mean this guy can make people laugh. He's like a natural comedian
he's always got a smile on his face, he doesn't take life too seriously
he's always joking about and that's I think why he's got 15 million followers on Instagram
and is just an amazing guy
and the world loves him
and then my little brother Paddy goes...
who's Madonna!?
He's like, he's really an amazing guy I really like him - big fan and if you're watching Tom
Hello. Love you. Okay, enough of that.
Thanks for watching this video. I hope you enjoyed it
You can see more videos up there
please consider supporting my channel at www.patreon.com/ArabicMike
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