Edit: Ok sorry I was on a rush to leave for school but... Anyway! Ok I also want to know accent from which language makes it cute-sier from your opinion...
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Fumfum wrote:No. Just no.
It is DAMN annoying hearing English Ru and Ro and such. If you can't pronounce the R just say the L. Also hearing U as OE (like in shoe) is annoying as well. Sorry but that is just my opinion. ^^'
*laughs at English-speaking people and their accents*
Aline wrote:Someone said once that Brazilian Portuguese is the Western language more similar in pronounciation to Japanese... But I don't really agree, as our accent is too strong, while Japanese accent is soft XD
And to me, few people can pull off the English-like accent. Keito is one of them, makes me want to hug Yuuta :3
LupinAKAFlashTH2 wrote:ACCENTS ARE GREAT.
And I'm not sure about the difference between a japanese "U" and a English "U" (as on Shoe). -_-; So I try to do it right, but if it's wrong, my bad. (Though honestly it sounds right to me)...
YESSSSS I LOVE ENGLISH AND JAPANESE ACCENTS.
In UTAU, I don't know yet. Probably.
keitocchi wrote:Pfff, I think all the non-English accents are adorable! As long as it doesn't sound like, ah... what's the word I'm looking for--? As long as it doesn't sound like you're trying to speak English when recording the sounds for a Japanese bank, I don't mind accents.
Especially the cute hispanic accents... ;A; *creepy*
SANSYO wrote:Ummm ummm
I really don't think deciding wether you record with or without an accent is your choice, if you're recording a language you don't speak. ;u; ;;;;;
Like, no matter how hard I try, I'll always pronounce japanese words with a korean and english accent, since those are my languages of birth.
Also, using the english L in pronouncing the whole E. Asian "r" thing-- *A*;;;
It's just as noticeable to korean speakers when somebody uses the english L as it is when they use the english R, both of them would get you made fun of in Korea, so I assume its the same for Japanese speakers too. @^@;;