Tool to mimic russian accent. In order to give credibility to a russian accent, a text must recreate particularities of a sovietic accent.
Russian Accent - dCode
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To know how to write a russian accent, or speak it, the imitator must analyse it: the russiant accent can be obtained by taking a lower tone and adapting the pronunciation like rolling r.
Unavoidable in every movie about the Cold War, USSR, Moscow or the Russian mafia, the Russian characters (especially men/males) are always with an austere and unpleasant voice. Soviet phonology has a pronunciation with hard sounds. Supporters of the Soviet Union are also stigmatized by calling everyone comrade.
Example: With this accent translator dCode in Russian is translated dKode in Rrrussian
If possible, remove articles like a or the. And above all to say yes with Da!
The imitation of Russian is partly similar to the German accent.
Russians from eastern Russia have slightly different accents and dialects, perhaps due to their proximity to China.
dCode does not propose an audio conversion of the Russian accent but an idea of its Russian pronunciation in writing. To listen to an Russian text (text to voice), use Google Translate: here (link)
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Russian Accent on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2022-12-09,