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Old 06-13-2019, 08:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Brayne Ded View Post
The Canadians often sound somewhat British and are hard to tell apart, it could be just a somewhat generic accent from southern England with no regional variations. And there are plenty in southern England, within London itself, for one thing. In short, the poor Canucks have a perpetual identity crisis. But they're nice people.
In what part of Canada do they sound British? I've admittedly not lived there long or toured a lot, but I've yet to hear any British accents, except from people who actually came from the UK (and most of those are Scottish.)
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