Tool to mimic british accent. In order to give credibility to a british accent, a text must recreate a britishic accent by improving pronunciation.
British Accent - dCode
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There are minors differences between american English and british English. Most of them are in stress pronunciation and cannot be shown within dCode.
There are minor details with word ending with -ile that are pronunced -ayl in british English but -el in american English, same for -ation etc.
Also the letter A can be different in some words such as class, chance, after, etc. Same for the sound r that is stronger in American English in hard, more, bar.
This page is not intended to make fun of or stigmatize any category of the population and is only available for practical or entertainment purposes.
The British and American vocabularies differ in a few words. Americans live in apartments and British people in flats. Americans go on vacation while the British have holidays.
Here are some british/american equivalent words: diaper - nappy, cookie - biscuit, fries - chips, chips - crisps etc.
dCode does not propose an audio conversion of the Britain accent but an idea of its British pronunciation in writing. To listen to an English text, use Google Translate: here (link)