I'm a new user from Falls Church. A few words about myself: I'm a music geek and dancer. Addicted to musicals. The musical "My Fair Lady", century later, owes much of its success to the fact that accents still count enormously. The fall of the accent, the breadth of the vowel-sounds, the phrases used in the everyday business of living, the exclamations, the very silences, all of these in England are clues to class. Though someone of tremendous personality can transcend the social disability of a bad accent, and thus move in any social circle he cares to with his bad accent intact, such a person's exceptional.
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