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3 Amateur Mistakes To Performing With An American Accent (and how to fix them)

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6 Comments
  1. Miriam Ferreira says:

    I loved this video and the fact that you’ve highlighted this mistakes. It’s a different perspective and it’s really helpful. Still practising the r’s and I do believe in the importance of the american accent foundation. Also it was new to me the last point and I’m sure that is going to be crucial in the future.
    Thank you so much Katherine.
    xx

  2. Sumara says:

    The idea of framing the scene and dialogue from an American point of view is a great one! I hadn’t thought of that as so influential, but of course, it is. Thank you, great lesson.

  3. Thomas Ah Kuoi says:

    Okay, this is not going to be easy and its going to take a while (btw all relative!) But it’s good to know there are no short cuts to a lasting authentic american accent. *Deep breath. Let;s go video 3!!!

  4. Mathilde says:

    Thank you for this! I can definitely relate to having wanting the instant gratification, and therefore having given up. I’m ready now to go through the process step by step and do the work. I definitely don’t think enough about building the scene from an American point of view. I will make sure I do!

  5. Max Tornello says:

    Interesting tips Katherine, the r’s can be over done and now will be aware of it especially with the tongue tip exercise. What was really interesting to me, Building the scene from an American point of view. Excellent tips. Yes, it will be hard but with time and patience, I’ll get there. Many thanks.

  6. Jeremy Shadlow says:

    “Having something to say and bring really proud of it” is one of those little gems of information that’s been missed in my accent approach.

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