r/JudgeMyAccent

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created in 2012
last scan 6/27/2019


Upload a sound file of you talking in a language you're learning and post it in this subreddit. Native speakers of this particular language will tell you how to improve your accent.
https://reddit.com/r/JudgeMyAccent/

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