Expert morning Gill ! I’one thousand watching the lesson now and I think it’s wery usefull even for me – who is don’t no English wery well. Thanks Gill for the lesson very mach !!!! And I’d similar a grand-female parent similar y’all ! ) But I haven’t. ( Y’all are one of the Best teacher of !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


‘morn Gill, you quoted a famous line said by John McEnroe, tha ane and only God of tennis! Hence I dearest you lot fifty-fifty more than!!


It is really worth watching your useful educative Videos.


Indeed, I like this lesson too every bit previous one about ‘history of English’. Information technology’due south actually interesting! And information technology’d be great if you keep making video like these.


I get 100 %. every 24-hour interval i learn more English with engvid, thank you so much..

Elmer Merino

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Thank you Gill, I really enjoyed your final ii lessons, this one most English accents in Britain and the previous one regarding English language history.


As a teacher of English language, I constitute this lesson extremely useful. Now I take a clearer idea of regional differences in English in the UK, and I know what to tell my students if they ask why is the English they larn so unlike from what they actually hear.


Thank you Gill for a fascinating lesson. I beloved English language and now thanks to you I volition be able to understand more than watching films in original. I likewise take one question. I was taught that we pronounce the Scottish give-and-take loch ( lok ).When do nosotros use information technology that way ? Thanks a lot.


    Hi katarinapol — thanks for your question 🙂 Most non-Scottish people pronounce it /lok/, so it sounds exactly the same every bit the word ‘lock’.


Very-very interesting! Earlier, I struggled with my wrong pronunciation, but now I know – information technology is simply a Cockney-accent))) Fank You bully big!
But seriously, the lesson was wonderful. I would similar to run across You more than often, Your lessons are the best for me. And yet You have splendid pronunciation, which begs the question: do You lot care for the 3% of “RP-people”, or in the UK most of the talking as You?


    Thank you for your kind words, Platonov 🙂 My accent is quite close to RP, but with a slight East Midlands accent (from almost 120 miles northward of London). My accent gradually changed when I moved to London many years ago, but it hasn’t changed completely. So I’m not sure if I belong to the 3% population of RP speakers or not!


Interesting and very informative. Give thanks you lot Gill!!


Thank you Gill for the corking and unique lesson virtually unlike accents in Britain.


Hi,The engvid website contains some sexual ads similar”get a girl friend” with some offensive pics.Near of the kids use engvid,then information technology has a very bad touch on on them.kindly stop such ads if possible.


    Information technology’s easy to explicate. When you lot stop visiting these kind of sites, they volition disappear from the pages you visit. Each developer knows it. Good luck.


Thank yous very much Gill!!
I speak English with a Spanish accent, or equally we chosen here in Spain “Spanglish” 😉


Hello every i,
I just started with engvid and I am so happy about this.

“Do yous want to drink in a cup or in a mug?”. I like this part of the lesson. I´m never certain if I´ve got a Canadian or an American emphasis, though I detect the European ones actually classy. Yours is classy! I´ve also noticed that accents and dialects change co-ordinate to the enviroment nosotros´re in. These tips on civilisation and pronunciation are going to exist very useful for me, no doubtfulness. Thanks, teacher Gill. Take care.

Emanoel Pereira

I sought for the quizzes, but didn’t find. Wouldn’t you mind to help me to find them. I’m eago to do all of them,simply for sport!
Thank you in advance.

Emanuel Lozitsky

    Hi Emanuel — merely scroll up from here, and y’all’ll see iii tabs: Comments / Quiz / Share. I hope you enjoy trying the quizzes 🙂


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Unless a non-native speaker of English (student or teacher) lives in an English language-speaking country or environment, they won’t have whatsoever true English language emphasis -only a mix of RP with their mother tongue’south emphasis. We tin can only imitate the accents nosotros hear in English or try to articulate our English language of strong native accent in our aspiration to audio clear and understandable.


Good information


Thanks, Gill


I take the question. As I was idea at school, all nouns in English must exist modified, information technology’south the feature of good inelegant English language, and then how can I change whatever uncountable nouns all the time, sometimes it’southward difficult to effigy out something reasonable?

Emanuel Lozitsky

British accents are very various.. but is’s funny!


Thank you cheacher Gil, I like to know why in English sometimes y’all write (Y) in verbs like “worry” equally example” I am worried” and in some cases you proceed (Y) as in “Play” you say “I played”, why??? at that place a dominion?’I meet that in some examples we change “y” “ie”


    Sorry, I am Crazy, hhhhh I would write “Instructor” in this way not in the other , I am soo pitiful to that,native peoples, hhh


Thanks for sharing this video Gill . This has been helpful a lot . The more I go to know nearly the way brits talk the more I get dazzled by its charm . Wanna watch more than videos pertaining to british culture . Thanks again .


What a great lesson Ma’am! I actually appreciate it. The most beautiful emphasis in English is RP but i think the Scottish ane is as well difficult as if it’s a linguistic communication not an accent . Looking forward to your new lessons.

Bushra hg

    Sorry, i mean a dialect

    Bushra hg

Miss Marple … or Mrs.Hudson from”The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes”.I am sorry.
This is the great and useful lesson.Thanks!


Cheers Gill for this lesson well-nigh differences in accents and dialects in the regions of the United kingdom!

Now, when I can’t understand some accent/dialect, I will enquire the person to speak differently 🙂 Meanwhile, I will try to learn some other pronunciations and words in English, commons to these accents and dialects.

Fabio Cicerre

First-class Teacher


Hello Gill! Cheers for this lesson. I remember that a very important part of learnng a new language, information technology is not only the linguistic communication itself, but the culture and this kind of problems as well.


    I totally concur with yous, because it’south mpossible to encompass whatever language without noesis about its country history, culture, peoples’ mentality


Thanks for the lesson, it was very helpful! Just interesting, am I the merely one who gladly squealed, when he heard the David Tennant’s name?)
*whovian in me so happy*


I want to perfect in English language within brusk time


I wonder which accent Jude Law has, though???


Thank you very much Grill. I never know before about brttish accents. That it’s interesting to learn how to pronunciation.
i will go on learning from your video.


Honey Gill, give thanks you for this lovely, insightful lesson.


Cheers for this awesome lesson, Gill!
Information technology was actually interesting to larn about English accents. I started to empathize what accents I hear while watching Idiot box programms or U.k. movies. I noticed that Uk people pay great attention to accents and they always know the part of the U.k. where an accent carrier lives.
I can’t say the aforementioned situation here in Russia, we pay much less attending to accents.


Your clarification of “accent” I would hold, but the description of “dialect” is very inadequate. Dialect is much more than “spelling of words, etc.) dialect is a local or regional language variety. It may be dissimilar from other dialects every bit well as the default linguistic communication (originally written language) in all language areas. Dialect has his own phonology (~accent), discussion diffraction ( morphology), vocabulary (lexis), sentence structure (syntax) and idiomatic expressions.


    sorry, here we study general data. For the further info you lot take to consult a prof of Linguistics in the university where you are from. that’s not interesting to the rest of us. Best wishes.


      Practice non speak on behalf of everyone what is interesting and what is non. If you are comfortable with general data, so be content with it, and do not endeavor to silence others.

      Vlad 55

Lovely!Cheers Gill.


Such a wonderful lesson. Dearest teaching pronunciation.Thanks for the data.

Fabricio Solorzano

Hullo Gill:) I dear your video! Thank you then much!


Sweet as e’er….! Thanks Gill….!


Gill you are spectacular instructor, tks for your neat job…


how-do-you-do gill after greater i have a question tell me the accent English
i only wait your answer


Its very interesting. Very useful! Thank you so much 10


Cheers a lot, Gill!
The accents actually puzzled me a lot as for their differences and characteristics!
What nearly “Queen’s English”, please — is that also a RP or tin be categorized into other accents?
Thanks! 😀


Thank you.


Thank you Mrs.Gill


Howdy Gill this is very useful lesson in my IELTS listening test preparation. Warm regards!


thanks y’all teacher !


Quite interesting once again, Gill! Thank you for the lesson. I have always wanted to learn about this subject. In Brazil, which is a large country, there are a lot of different accents. In Rio, where I live, our strongest accent is the letter “southward”, that we pronounce like “sh”, similar the European pronunciation. I personally think that accents have to do with migration and level of education.
I besides know that in East Finish, in London, you employ the “rhyming slang”. For example, “loaf of staff of life” means “caput”, “bee and dearest” means “coin” and “domestic dog and bone” means “telephone”. It is rather funny!
Finally, I would like to mention that in Brazil the newsreaders used to use the RP (we say “standard linguistic communication” hither”) as well, simply since some years ago a lot of them take begun to use their own accent abreast slang, probably in order to go more popular.

Eduardo França

It is a very useful lesson. Thank you a lot.


thank you, i love to learn . God bless


I like the cockney,just i demand to practice information technology all the time..i want to speak similar a british

Hussein syd

Thank you and then much.. 🙂 Very useful lesson.


Give thanks you very very much Gill


Hello, Gill.
Could you please answer the question I got later on I had watched your lesson. In England people receive the proper instruction and they do know how to spell words correctly. But they don’t. Do they just follow the tradition or in that location is something else about it?
Thank you, Nastya


I beloved cockney accent.

Helvecio Breno

Hello Ms.Gill,thank you for educational activity ,my question is, what deviation is between pronunciation of an Oxford and Cambridge,
Thank y’all over again,
Kind Regards,


May god bless y’all teacher…thanks for beingness a good teacher


Dear teacher, can yous assist me to speak in Scottish accent? ? I just begin to learn English. I need your help. Please assistance me

Ayka Qasan

How-do-you-do Gill. Information technology was so interesting lesson. I didn’t know (how “ah dinnae ken” changes past tense?) there are that many accents and dialects in the United kingdom, so I all the same cannae exist perfect with English. It’ll take long long time.
Thank you for the lesson, ta-tah 🙂


A very interesting lesson Gill. Thank you and so much indeed. I but want to ask you about “Apartment Vowels” what does information technology mean when someone describes their vowels as existence apartment?


How-do-you-do Gill, as usual a very interesting lesson. I was surprised to hear that the Midland’s version of cup/mug and up is coop/moog en oop. This is very similiar to Dutch! kop/mok/op. Aforementioned pronunciation!


This is the lesson What I accept been looking for. Thank you mam.


How-do-you-do Mdm Gill, could you please explain why but 3 percent of people in the Great britain speak with an RP emphasis?

ayman chenna

Thank you teacher. You are best, I love you 🙂


is a lovely teacher

juan sierra

    so good teacher

    juan sierra

cracking information

now I can recognize the differences between English countries.


I would love to thanks for the lesson as information technology helped me detect out somewhen what was wrong with my pronunciation. I call back those gluttony sounds similar with a word affair can actually make a large difference.


Thank you.

peter sang

Ty so much


Honestly this instructor used to utilise simple method in her lesson i’d like to thank her kindly
Ty kindly our teacher Gill


half dozen/10 thanx! I am delighted to learn more.


Gill you are one of a few person that i empathize clearly. Thank you and then much!!!


Thank yous Gill I like this lesson so much so I’ll effort to learn more british emphasis!


Got 100%. Dearest yous, Gill.


10/10!! Thanks!


Thank You!


Hi Gill – would honey to hear more examples of only Cockney, such every bit when to employ the F or Five audio – such as With, and Weather is Wi(v) and Wea(v)a, etc.. and the word The – is simply The? or (d)e? the give-and-take There is (d)ere. thus if th is at kickoff is either (f) or (d)?


Thank you!


Thanks, Gill. Y’all are an excellent teacher. You are helping me very much with my listening skill. Give thanks you for your clear pronunciation and your natural style of explaining the theme. Farewell.

Emilio Garcia

Three simple words; sagacious, resourceful and sophisticated instructor. I LIKE You.


Great lesson, Gill.Just,you know, I love all the
I’ve visited some English speaking countries and I must say that I constitute the Scottish pronunciation the
most hard to understand.Lots of “yeah” “yep” “aye” (have I written it correctly?)
It was a wonderful experience,though.I was very
young at that time and I was staying at my aunt’s
house. Because of my “weird” accent , the person
I was talking to but asked me :” Does your Ant
take a house?”
I didn’t experience very comfortable, as you can imagine.
I loved the feel. So much so that I returned
there 1 more time.
Information technology’s a beautiful country.The people are very
friendly. That’s what counts.
Love your accent. It’s and “extra lesson” listening
to you lot attentively.
Thank you a mill.


good morning,i love your lesson but really need more than to enhance my abilities in this field.
thanks alot.

omar fathi

Thanks Gill. David Tennant’s emphasis in Broadchurch series hints he was Welsh or Scottish. Pleased to get the answser now.


    The actor, David Tennant, is Scottish! I oasis’t seen
    Broadchurch, and so I don’t know if the character he plays is too supposed to exist Scottish.

    Here’due south a comedy skit featuring David Tennant and Catherine Tate, whose character, Lauren Cooper, has a very potent south-east London accent.

    engVid Moderator

      Thank yous for the link !
      Best regards.


thank you very much Gill for this lesson!
i’ve started to larn English with engvid ’cause i saw this lesson with you.

proficient luck with other lessons and your students!


when you lot say how the people who live in birmingham
pronounce make upwardly i thougth you say they pronounce it similar my loving cup hahahahaha


sorry makeupall toghether


100% cockney accent – the emphasis truthful Londoner
( for read aloud with cockney pronunciation )


10/ten. Thank you.


Very interesting, thanks a lot Gill.


Thank you lot, Gill! That was very informative and helpful. Would exist pleased to lookout man more videos with dialectology and pronunciation aspects 🙂


But interesting…
I’d sure love to have one of those accents; possibly not the Scottish one, no shades.


Not to be confused it is ameliorate to invite not 3 people, just four at to the lowest degree 🙂


Thank y’all very much Gill. You lot are an crawly teacher.


x/10 I like your lessons very much, Gill.


I would never have wondered all of these accents.


Thank you lot Gill! Never stopped to be amazed every time I visited London to the amount of dialects heard. Equally a foreigner, if you recall you know English language, go to London and you’ll be humiliated 🙂
I could recognize United states, Scottish, Irish, Welch and Australian accents and partially Cockney – specially from the lack of “h” – but never distinguished English accents. Cheers!


so interesting lesson .
thanks to all of you, great teacher .


10/10 woowww, I love your class very interesting , Thanks so much

Mercedes Blanquer

I got 100% in the quizz. Thank you Gill your lessons are always engaging.


Thank you, Gill.


In question number 8 you wrote. … people in America and Canada… Well, I think Canada is America as well as Mexico, Brasil, Peru, Argentina and many more countries.

Pedrop Guijarrog

Very interesting lesson👍


Very expert lesson to me.Just i want learn accent more like British,American canadian etc.and so Please guid me for that how can i build upwardly Vocab.Give thanks you Teacher


In First try i got 8 out of x.Simply in second attempt i got 10/10 cheers.


8/10 not bad at all

abdalla eisa

    By the way, I got nine/x.

    Ozy Galeana

I learned more in less than half an hr than I did in my unabridged undergraduate semester.
Cheers!! 🤗

Ozy Galeana


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