Woman Does 21 Accents

Submitted by: fancylad 9 years ago in
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Amy Walker does 21 accents from all around the world.
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Male 436
Nice, she even got the retarded inability to count or remember ones age that our neighbours the New Zealanders have.
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Female 488
am i the only one that thinks her mouth looks animated? she`s robot!! ZOMFG! everybody ruuuun!!!

wuaaaaaa

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Male 20
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Female 18
I like the Brooklyn accent...it sounded just like my family from northern NJ!
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Female 233
That was a bit boring. I`m January16, and I want you to shut the f up!
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Female 48
I like how no one got the whole "What?! I`m doin` the thing!" She was imitating the bitchyness of Brooklyn residents. Just so you know.

The LA one seemed more normal to me, even though I`m in Florida. XD

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Male 60
Oh and the Sydney accent = Spot on
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Male 60
I think her name`s Amy Walker if nobody caught it..
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Male 369
i nearly pooped my pants when she did the new zealand accent cos she did it perfect especially when she said her age cos most people fudge our accent up and confuse it with an ausie one. but that was spot on!

im so shocked i cant believe my ears. noone can ever do our accent, ever i swear to god.

as you can tell im still really shocked

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Female 82
I like it! I`m an amateur actress myself and it would help a lot to get as good at accents as she is. She admittedly wouldn`t fool the natives but on the stage she`d do great :3
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Female 81
The Sydney accent was pretty good.
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Female 5
Dammit.. they aren`t ACCENTS... they are DIALECTS! well except the french one... cause she spoke french with an american accent.

knowing the difference between dialects and accents is my biggest pet peeve-

lɜrn aɪpieɪ

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Female 12
i thought it was pretty damn good,
as an aussie i can say the first aussie accent was pretty spot on. the second one was a bit over done.
and i think she might might might be english, you can hear it a touch sometimes
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Male 656
OMG her tean accent sounds just like my mom
and her cali is just like my sis
its freakin wierd

but where is she originally from?

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Female 1,407
Wow, great effort, though I never really realised Californians had an accent ^_^!
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Male 81
lol i couldnt tell she was doing a seattle accent cause thats how i talk, pretty much exactly like that.
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Male 81
Amy Walker: America`s Next Top Spy.
lol

she hit the california one so well, but she really could work on the texas one.

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Female 460
She did the "What? I`m doing the thing!" Because I think that Noo Yawkaz really do sound like that cuz it`s sooo funny lol esp Brooklyn and LI.
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Female 475
very impressive. i wish i could do that
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Male 9,305
LOVED the Brooklyn accent. XD
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Female 562
The California one was almost perfect except for how she said five. but still good
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Male 1,361
IT`S A ROBOT!!!!
nah just thing about it
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Male 1,361
agreed^^
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Male 686
Now she`s not 25...


btw, her Belfast accent sounded more like a Dublin accent, and her Dublin accent sounded like a stereotypical country accent

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Female 42
Hi Amy!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Male 3,425
I think it was pretty good, especially some of the American ones, all though around the world wasnt extremely accurate... Who honestly cares if she did one not prefect, at the end of the day, can you do 21 accents as well as this?
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Female 71
I recognized the Russian one before she said `I was born in Moscow`:-)
I wouldn`t call her effort totally rubbish; however, I have to admit I could hardly tell the difference between local US dialects. And I didn`t like how she emphasized stereotypes concerning national (local) character - that`s not a fair philological approach 8-) The whole idea is genius and I really would like to hear someone more skilful to try it out.

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Male 25
Pepople from Toronto talk more like people from Seattle. Very nice overall Canadian accent though. I did really like the Brooklyn accent. Her French pronouciation was good considering she just was talking like she was british. Its hard to switch over like that.
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Female 288
the toronto wasn`t really toronto, besides, anyone from toronto doesn`t say toronto, they say, torana
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Female 375
God this was appalling.
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Female 38
Really don`t think she`s British.
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Male 325
Nice effort...
The ones I`m not familiar with sounded passable to me, but probably wouldn`t to a native.

Her Texas accent was actually not a great Texas accent, but could probably pass as an Apalachian/Tennessee type.

And that "South Carolina" accent hasn`t existed since 1870 or so in Georgia. (No Southerner actually sounds like "Gone with the Wind." Promise. That accent was an affectation among Southern "nobility" in an attempt to create their own upper class dialect. It was a very localized phenomenon - fad even - that passed very quickly after the Civil War.)

Still though. Pretty neat post, I thought.

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Male 625
wow thats amazing that she can do that many, even if some are pretty horrible. id say though that she`s from england.. with a kind of slightly posh accent. somewhere south. she`s hot too.
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Female 99
First!
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Male 518
NO MORE HATE COMMENTS!

CAN YOU NOT SEE THAT SHE IS HOT!?

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Male 1,455
The german one is a big FAIL
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Male 567
That NZ accent is fudgein mint

The first sydney one was spot on though the second one is a nasty stereotype.

We dont wear cork hats "cobba"

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Female 28
haha yea, as soon as i heard the nz one i lol`d
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Male 420
the new zealand and australia ones were just about perfect
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Male 217
Umm, how could she have learned a trans-atlantic accent in 1945 if she`s only 25 years old?
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Male 2,172
I read "Woman does 21 accidents"... That sounded a lot more plausible.

=D

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Male 136
it makes me laugh that all of the people from the US are saying how the american accents sucked but the european ones were right on, and all the europeans are saying all the european accents sucked but the US ones were right on.

this leaves one conclusion: they were all off. i still give her credit. i couldn`t tell what her natural accent was, and it is very hard to perfect an accent without being emersed in the culture for a long time.

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Female 859
That was pretty cool.
Done well lol good aussie accent lol
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Female 18
*gasp* She stole my accent!! Oh just kiddin`, yah that kind of Role-play in the bedroom can get soooo kinky!
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Male 413
cool
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Female 237
I though she did pretty good.. LA sounded right, some of the others were a bit overdone, but accurate otherwise as far as I know.
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Male 78
I`d hit it.
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Male 203
Also, no Memphis accent? I guess that means we don`t have one! YEAH! We`re superior!
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Male 203
My guess is she did 10 takes, got tired of trying, and chose the one with the least mistakes.
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Female 368
awesome, I wish I could do just a few of those...that`s gotta be hard to do , changing so quickly from one accent to another.
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Female 498
very cleaver.....
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Male 140
mad props...and she even looks like she could be from all those places
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Male 358
Honestly, how MUCH time does this woman have on her hands?! Only about half were convincing. Brooklyn sucked and what- no Boston? Baaaston!
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Male 22
Impressive, now if she just spoke six lanuages and had an extensive knowledge of explosives & firearms she could have a job with the CIA, MI6, or some other international intel organization.
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Male 580
Her South Carolina accent was fail.
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Male 292
She`s actually a Japanese man, so I`d say she`s pretty talented.

...and why does everyone think an Irish accent is hard to do?!? Just get pissed drunk and it comes out naturally. FANCYLAD knows what I`m talking about.

The Scottish one was right on. "We`re the lowest of the low. We`re even ruled by wankers. We`re the pooe of Europe." I like it when people recognize their place in the world... if only Canada would take a hint. I can`t wait for NAFTA to be dropped.

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Male 534
Being from LA, I thought the LA one was spot on. :)

You have to admit though, its still pretty talented.

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Male 30
the attitute was good, i`d say above par, but that`s not a good Brooklyn accent at all. peace
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Male 392
The "what? Cause i`m doin the thing." was a blatant misinterpretation of a brooklanders attitude
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Female 920
I don`t think the US ones are inaccurate at all...After all...she is from the US!!!

Sounds like she`s from Seattle, it seems the most natural. Her teeth are hyptnotizing.

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Male 153
I`m impressed! I Can only do about 3/4 of those decently, and no matter how good you think your Irish accent is, it`s probably not as good as hers (because it`s dr(a)ting hard to do).
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Female 263
I think she did great. The Aussie accent sounded really athentic
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Male 822
kinda hot

it got creepy tho

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Male 37
Yeah so Canadian accent not as severe however lets be honest,not that far off. Unless you live west of Saskatchewan ,you do sound like your saying aboot when you say about,same goes for doubt, house (how-se vs houw-se) Anyhow i digress the Seattle accent is the closet to the western Canadian accent, and again sorry to burst most Canadians naive bubble, we do have an accent just it varies from one region to another, so embrace it eh!
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Male 505
like, wtfroflcopterlol! what white tooths!
^ I`m amy walker, and I`m thirteen.
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Female 342
The American accents were pretty horrible. As for the others, I don`t hear them that much so I don`t got much to compare.

Caribbean accents would have been interesting to hear.

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Male 570
am i the only one that thought amy walker was hot?
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Female 15
dublin one was totally off. that was just the stereotypical irish accent that nobody actually has.
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Male 205
1st Aussie accent pretty good, 2nd aussie accent crappy and cliche!
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Female 513
The Canadian one was actually more Atlantic Canada than Northern. That accent would have been more at home in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI, or Newfoundland (and Labrador). Residents of Atlantic Canada do have an accent like that (it`s stronger depending on where you go). We in B.C. have no accent. Even the Seattle one was not what I`d consider close to a British Columbian accent.

My father is from Newfieland (Newfoundland) and my grandparents (and other relatives) all speak like that (her Canadian accent) even though they`ve been living in Ontario for 40 years.

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Male 205
PS caprilaw WTF??
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Male 2,113
not bad...........i guess
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Male 205
Hello I`m amy walker and I`m going to bite you!
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Male 577
i was actually waiting for indian too... but she is pretty good though. lol @ the toronto accent
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Female 48
Uh, what happened to the Japanese accent? And what about the Filipino accent? WHAT ABOUT ASIA?!
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Male 133
Her smile bothered me.
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Female 156
It was quite good, not many people bother to try that many
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Female 368
just... keep... SMILING!!!!!!!!
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Female 353
arg! Canadians dont have accents!
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Female 252
I have spoken to ONE Canadian that sounds like that, the rest of us sound more like we`re from Seattle I guess, and some airhead girls talk like Californians.
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Female 24
Pretty good, but we don`t sound like that in Toronto. That was a northern Canadian accent.
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Female 29
i reckon she was from seattle, that was the only one that seemed totally natural.

and to the person who said, `what, there`s more than one accent in England? Really?`

you are a tw*t

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Male 337
Some could use some work. I know a guy who does this in real life with non-American-English accents, and even goes into Asiatic accents like Japanese and Korean.
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Female 46
I think my favorite was the South Carolina one. I have an uncle from North Carolina and he talks like that. It`s frustrating trying to talk to him because I am a Florida Cracker and I speak really fast and he talks really slow.
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Male 26
Her accent for Toronto, Canada`s totally off.
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Female 198
The question now is where is she really from? Which one is real?
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Female 330
She did pretty well with the *stereotypical* accents. I thought this was cool.
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Female 2,074
That was not bad at all.
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Male 47
The texas one sounded alot like clarice starling, of of the silence of the lambs.
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Male 3,301
Russian... accent... so HOT!!!
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Male 185
I AM BEOWULF!!!
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Female 31
she totally got the South Carolina accent wrong
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Female 239
Hmmm... pretty good. I can`t even do a english accent so I`m mad jelous.
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Female 127
Pffft, I can do so many more accents than that.
Some were very good, though.
Some were total rubbish.
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Female 1,492
hi i`m amy walker and i`m high.
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Male 242
that was cool i guess
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Female 920
Oh yeah and I`m watching it again..I`m a country music fan and when she does her texas one she sounds like Reba McEntire
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Female 138
i was just staring at her teeth the whole time... :D
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Female 920
That was pretty good even if they weren`t 100% correct. I wish I could do even one accent without sounding like a baffoon. My boyfriend can and taunts me with it. :(
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Female 1
I`m pretty sure the "What I`m doing the thing!" was there to add to the idea of what alot of people feel the brooklyn accent is - loud
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Male 724
GTFO With SC and do Georgia. :D
Georgia ftw.
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Female 2,672
POO
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Female 14
The American accents were terrible!!!
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Female 427
Not enough slur in the texas accent. haha
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Female 101
oh and brooklyn was my favorite. and charlston, NC. AND was she saying people from new zealand are stupid when she was like "oh im 27, no 26, I MEAN 25 sorry"
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Female 101
i love accents. especially irish ones. they sound so pretty. but im irish so yeah.
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Female 1,441
Whatever I`d like to hear some of you try those accents and then talk. I think she was pretty good.
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Female 1,589
LOL, she fails at a Toronto accent. XD That was more like Newfoundland...plus, we don`t pronounce the last T in Toronto ("Tor-on-no"). Many don`t notice that. ;)
Same with Montreal. We pronounce it "Munt-re-al".
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Male 32
I found it pretty boring. A fair few of them seemed to sound pretty similar to my untrained ears, the subtle differences weren`t enough to keep me interested.
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Female 2,027
some accents are annoying.
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Female 66
ok she did california pretty well for the white girls... but the irish one wasnt very good...
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Female 107
the texas and brooklyn accents were total poop. but the european accents were good.
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Female 691
should hear a hungarian accent..so much better
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Male 191
WTF!!!! WAS THAT ALL ABOUT SORRY BUT DID SHE JUST DO LONDON 3 TIMES NAD THE 1ST N 3RD WA DA FACKIN SME M8 LOL
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Male 58
i know wvereyone from the proper places is saying this, but i HAVE to say:

Her Toronto Accent is WAAAAYYY off. it sounds more like a Newfoundland accent (East coast of Canada)

Thats like her doing a Boston accent and saying shes from Kentucky.... lol but ovearll didnt seem to bad. loved the Brooklyn one.

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Female 52
AAAAAAA!!!! I`m so sick of crappy Irish accents. They always end up sounding like a cross between a dublin, kerry, cork, belfast and scottish accent. Anyone from ireland will feel my pain
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Male 703
whats her name?
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Female 178
Such tough critics! C`mon people, overall she did really good. I`d like to see you guys do even 5 of those half as good as she did.
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Male 354
ok i could barely here or understand her at all. also from what i did understand her "accents" seemed to be more like the parody accents you here when countries make fun of one another
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Male 10,440
Hey! Thats pretty good. Xcept her Toronto is waaay off.
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Male 48
Her Seattle accent was spot on.
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Male 411
Impressive... so what`s her name?
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Female 129
very entertaining :D
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Male 1
Here`s the bottom line: none of her accents are dead on, and each of us from different regions is going to be especially harsh (being a southerner, i thought her "charleston" accent wasn`t very good), but her range as a whole is pretty impressive.

To give a more fair estimation of her talent, I`d want to hear more than one line for each accent.

And FYI, she`s a native Australian.

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Male 32
i should post my own version of this video.i can do pretty much any accent you can think of and nail it. honestly!
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Female 374
half of those dont count as accents
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Female 24
We DO NOT speak like that in Toronto- thats a Newfoundland accent- everyone assumes that we speak the same in Canada. BTW I have NEVER said Aboot in my life!
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Male 1
Well I`m a geordie, and I`ve never ever heard someone do a decent geordie accent, ever!
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Male 4,290
^Damn, just beat me to it.
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Female 25
Her Scottish accent was CRAP. I can say that coz I`m a Scot :D. Apart from that, not bad.
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Female 781
Well, the Los Angeles, CA, one was perfect. That`s the only one I`m qualified to judge.

Also--wow, England has more than one accent?! Ireland, Scotland, etc., have different accents of course, but there are multiple English ones? Neat.

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Female 2,258
I think she did a pretty good job, all things considered. Sure, she could use a little more practice, but she did better than a lot of people could do.

I have trouble when I`m speaking with people who have very noticeable English-language accents. I`ve got a good ear for them, and I accidentally start to mimic the way they speak. Does anyone else here do that? I used to get made fun of in school because I have family in New Jersey and when I`d go back home to New Hampshire after visiting them I`d have a pretty heavy NJ accent that would take a little while to shake off. People also seem to have a hard time telling where I must be from because of this habit. I can`t for the life of me speak with a Texan accent though.

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Female 700
man... i was hoping for a Japanese or Korean accent in there somewhere.... oh well..
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Male 72
what the hell? trained in 1945 shed be older than my grandfather
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Female 250
Hmm...I feel like I should have an IQ of 2 based on my supposed California accent.
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Female 449
Im from London and my accent and everyones I know doesn`t sound like any of the London ones she did :(
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Male 3,431
That was pretty impressive, I wonder what she does for a living.
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Female 2,220
They were good. At first I was like.. big deal.. I can do that. But then they were actually.. Yeah she was good.
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Male 483
it wasnt too bad, but far too limited.
if she could come out with a wide range of diverse accents from countries other than those in europe, america, and australia then i would be impressed
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Male 227
that atcually wasnt bad!
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Female 1,572
o_0
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Male 12,138
I like how most people think all her accents were good apart from her impression of whever they`re from... I`m Irish and most Americans think I`m Scottish by my accent...
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Male 28
Did anyone else just fall in love? Beautiful!
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Male 282
"I didn`t buy the Charleston accent. It sounded like she was trying to copy Gone with the Wind on that one."

And a poor job it was. In genereal, she did a pretty decent job on them. But she needs a LOT of work on the American accents. The Texan accent is a very difficult accent to copy. Even I haven`t mastered it eventhough I lived on the Texan border for ten years and my brother is in Dallas. Yet, it is the most widely attempted, especially by Britons.

"The Brooklyn accent was all wrong. Shoulda said Yo! I`m from Brooklyn duog!!"

And people constantly get Brooklyn and Jersey accents confused. Plus she didn`t wave her hands enough.

Decent job, but needs more practice.

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Female 220
I think she pretty much nailed them :-P
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Female 137
That`s not bad considering the short time, accents are very hard to grasp possibly without a lot of exposure and practice
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Female 9
Her teeth hurt my eyes.

The London ones were pooor and over exaggerated - my family are from London and I don`t know anyone who speaks like that anymore. I would have been impressed if she had managed a decent Geordie, Scouse or Brum accent. Then I would have liked it :D

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Female 1,244
I didn`t enjoy that...she was annoying...Brooklyn was wrong..LA sounded like a southern accent to me
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Female 681
um.. okay then.. some of them were pretty bad
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Male 92
Ha. Wow very nice, Now tell me what is her oringal accent? She has great teeth also
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Male 2,591
The Brooklyn accent was all wrong. Shoulda said Yo! I`m from Brooklyn duog!!
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Male 23
yah some of those were pretty bad. German, Toronto, just to name a few of the god awefully incorrect ones
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Female 178
To be fair, I thought they were all pretty good (apart from the Texas one, that just sounded cheesy!) Anytime I try and do an accent, they all sound like I`m an F-ed up Italian. Haha
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Male 382
That woman has musicality, what a great ear for languages. I especially enjoyed the whole retro bit at the end.
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Male 784
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Male 285
I hate people who think Canadians actually talk like that :/
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Female 57
I didn`t think the New York one was very good... But then again I grew up listening to authenticate ones, so... yeah.
The only accent I`m capable of is a British one... I convinced a DJ on the radio that I was from North London and he got all excited cause his family was from London... hilarious.
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Female 831
awesome.

I loved the trans-atlantic 1945 one (or whatever)

so that`s why all the actresses in old movies sound the same XD

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Female 1,395
O.o yeah `roosterney`.
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Female 1,395
I can honestly say i didnt reckon much to her english attempts...and so cliche; theres literally hundreds of accents in England alone but she goes for a generalised roosterney-esque and a couple of very unnatural looking posh ones. Shame.
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Male 41
I didn`t buy the Charleston accent. It sounded like she was trying to copy Gone with the Wind on that one.
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Female 108
no asian accents?? dernn
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Male 65
It would be much interesting if it was just "Woman does 21"... still, nice skills.
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Female 960
No Danish :[

Pretty awesome, though.

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Male 2,160
the berlin accent is totally off....sounds more like a old north german one
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Male 35
how did this get 3.6? its crap?
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Female 1,545
Too bad her LA accent sounded like a Brit trying to do an LA accent.

And she flubbed the WHOLE Texas accent. Because if she were to say "I was born in Texas" in a Texas accent, it would sound like this: "I was born in the great state of Texas."

BUT it was cool to see how many ways you can speak English and people still understand you :)

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Female 469
Declan, she did that as part of the whole New York accent. Not because it was where she was from.

She was pretty good. Weird hearing all those different accents, the only one that sounded normal to me was the Seattle one since I live around there.

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Male 19
blatently a spy! sounds like a penis still though!
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Male 1,275
Id do her to. I think she did the WHAT?!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IM DOINT THE THING ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. So we knew her real voice.
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Male 550
I kept waiting for Indian and Singlish, but they never came.
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Female 289
How neat. :) She is very pretty, too.
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Male 2
now, try figuring out where she`s really from
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Male 355
she have a lot of tooth
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Male 158
I think that`s fantastic. I wish I could do the same and puzzle strangers by changing accent halfway through a conversation. I heard a radio prank where the caller went through about 15 regional british accents whilst ordering a pizza. The guy on the other end was oblivious....
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Male 716
I think it was pretty good, seeing as I`m from a non-english speaking country.
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Female 227
i loved it!!
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Male 551
Hi! I`m Amy Walker and I was born all over the world.
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Male 814
that was interesting. the toronto accent was a bit more "Canadian" than we actually talk tho. I`m fairly sure that phrase was the only thing she could say in those accents :)
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Male 32
a lot of them are rubbish. ive never heard ANYONE that can do a decent irish accent. bar an irish person, of course
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Male 130
she desurves to be shot...twice just for a laugh
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Male 4,012
`Around the world` seems pretty limited to Europe, Australia and the Americas.

But I have to admit, she`s good enough that I don`t really know where she really is originally from. She`s got a very non-nationality-specific face.

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Male 252
and what was with the `WHAT? Cos I`m doing the thing!"
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Male 83
I`d do her.
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Male 252
Oh...wow. Some of them are so cringe-worthy.
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Male 908
Nice...American Accents...
Cause we are living in the 1800`s still right?
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Male 20,827
Link: Woman Does 21 Accents [Rate Link] - Amy Walker does 21 accents from all around the world.
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