Naturally the Brit accent should be first - after an English accent; after a London accent - but most of all the best accent by far is a smooth north London accent. Islington in particular...hmm...
American? Really? This list just shows the number of sad Americans stowing away on the internet and voting for America as no one else does. @Britgirl I prefer south London. Bromley maybe.
Sexy and so enjoyable to listen to. I'm American and when holidaying in London I'm attracted to literally 100% of the girls because of their accents
I have three British crushes:
1. A British Youtuber
2. Draco Malfoy
3. Cutler Beckett
I just love their accents! They're so cute!
American accents! Especially the NJ and NY ones. ; P JK I'm from Central NJ. We aren't boring, or uninteresting. We also have that wonderful capability of sounding dumb, or sounding like an intellectual. I do like British, Scottish, and French accents though. And an Indian accent is practically what I would have if I wasn't born in the USA.
Oh yeah your accent really is interesting at least for me. I am a non-American. But, most of my contemporaries hate it. I don't know why, may be I guess because they can't ever catch that speed.
I am British but trying to master American accent by watching buzzfeed and other sorts of American channels on YouTube because I love the American accent it is the best.
American's have a very wide range of regional accents forged from many different accents around the world, we are a nation of immigrants after all.
I'm mostly Irish with a bit of German and I think Russian, so really the best combination lol (you'd think I could drink to my heart's content with that kind of blood inme, but no). My mom and dad were both mostly Irish, my grandpa was Irish and I'm sure more down his line of relatives, but my grandma was from a German lineage. I really love the Irish accent as the best one in my opinion and although I love to do it, sometimes I find it difficult but whenever I get upset or genuinely mad, the accent kicks in and I speak a little faster. Then people either can't take me seriously or become terrified. It takes a lot to genuinely set me off like that, though, because I really have to genuinely be upset. Anyway, 10/10 accent, it's always fun to do it and I usually get compliments when I manage to use it.
I like how my accent sounds but the stereotypical Irish accent makes me and everyone I know cringe really bad. If you are a jacksepticeye fan keep in mind that nobody says "Top o' the mornin' to ye laddie" seriously.
I'm part Irish and I can not stop loving Irish accents, I really wish I was full Irish because they have great pubs and the place looks great. It's a bummer I wasn't born there.
This Irish language is amazing. I was talking to someone once and I didn't know where the bloody hell I was. The person said "your accent is amazing".
Australian is not a language. Australians speak English and there's nothing complex about it plus there's nothing American about the Australian accent. Chris Hemsworth has a beautiful speaking voice and when he's in an American film, of course he speaks with an American accent! I'm Australian and no one from another country has ever said that they can't understand me.
I'm really enjoying autralian accents, which I've known though YouTube (if you are looking for a gaming aussie channel, check out LazarBeam, he's very entertaining). At first I thought I didn't like it because I only associateed it with Melbourne accent and I'm not a fan of it, but once I found out about Sydney's and its surroundings I fell in love with it.
I'm American and I'm starting to sound Australian, even when I'm not trying to. There are those times of the day, especially at work, where I just don't feel like I'm faking it. It does sound a bit similar to British, but I find Aussie more "aggressive", if you know what I'm trying to get at. Also, my girlfriend and I wanna visit Australia, and so lately, she's been quite amused with the Aussie me.
I myself am an aussie and didn't realise that my accent would be so noticeable until I was speaking to someone from another country. But I would just like to say that fake australia accents are so obvious to point out.
I'm pleased to see that Polish is on here. And though the Robersons don't think so it is a wonderful accent.
Seems like a cool accent
Indians did have a funny accent earlier, but that's in the past. If you observe now, the accent is getting better, its actually good to hear. Their pronunciations are so clear. I'm not an Indian but I just love and adore them and their culture
Dond dell me whad do do! Sorry, I love the Indian accent- it's actually really easy to imitate and it's very enjoyable to do and hear. I might not be Indian, myself- but I do love the accent, their culture, the people- they're all wonderful, funny and beautiful in their own ways.
and I'm not afraid to admit that we have the funniest accent around...
I know it is not there fault, after all, you are the result of your education, but it is just hilarious
You know we are funny when we Speak english!
I say British is the best soccer player!
There good there the best and better then
The rest and that's all I need to say!?
I like the accent because it is very easy to replica and fun.
Say Ravioli with an Italian accent.
I just like then and I'm part Italian.
Southern French is not a all mix of Italian and French, but from Occitan language (also called Provençal or Languedoc) is a Romance language spoken by about 1,500,000 people in southern France.
All Occitan speakers use French as their official and cultural language, but Occitan dialects are used for everyday purposes and show no signs of extinction.
Anyway it's a real funny accent.
Southern French is a mix of Italian and French accent... Who can pretend beat them?
French is similar to Italian as it is easy to replica and fun.
So amazing accent, also a really nice language.
Scottish is the most fun to replica as you can over exaggerate all words.
Endearing, old-worldly and calming.
Scotland is the best best.
Just like them.
Most beautiful accent in the world.
Norwegian is always so nice to hear.
Sounds like smoked wood
I'm from Tennessee, but not really the country part. My relatives are though, and I like the accent very well. I moved to a rural area recently, and I have a slight southern accent, but I wish it was more noticeable.
As someone living in the 'heart of the South', I never realized how unique Southern drawls and dialects were until I spent time in Colorado. Be proud, Southerners!
I'm in Northern America so I don't have that accent. But yeah, it sounds... very different.
I love my southern accent. But when you leave the south people stare mostly when you say y'all
I know a little Spanish, but not much. Their accent when speaking Spanish or even English is actually very pleasant to hear. I can't imitate their accent that well in English, but when I speak Spanish, I can do the accent pretty well.
Cause for school for a second language and I chose Spanish and I am good at it.
I am part German and I sang a song in chorus that was German.
The Russian accent is so interesting to listen to - all of the Slavic ones are quite good, but Russian takes the cake.
I know how everyone loves the British accent - I do too, but the Russian one is more amazing.
Russian accents make me laugh, every time I hear someone with a Russian accent I start getting the giggles and laughing.
I admit, this is my favorite accent.
Russian is my favorite accent! (German is my second favorite.) I'm surprised that it's so low on the list.
Chinese accents are loud and annoying but still funny.
Apparently not the accent of the future.
To the person who said Chinese accents are loud and annoying,
Best accent to imitate, too. Respectfully, of course.
It doesn't get better
Our accent kicks ass
It's not number 1 because most people voting haven't heard it before
Canadians are amazing, what else is there to say?
Because they are very much like Britain's accents but they sound more relaxed and sexy.
Like Australian and South African accents put together, both awesome.
We should be on the top
They don't have an accent, which makes it the gold standard.
Masters of broken dialect.
Triune is d ting