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A neutral accent is a bit of an oxymoron. I think what you mean is transatlantic English, ie English spoken without obvious regional influences so that it can be understood universally.
It's really helpful to have a neutral accent.
I am from the Philippines and the medium of instruction is English. I can say that I write better than I speak English. I used to work with an American company which required communicating with our head office in Palo Alto, California.
My problem is I can speak fluent English but my American counterparts would tell me I have a heavy accent. I guess like alphi, assimilation and exposure to the language is a big help in neutralizing whatever accent we have.
It is so hard to spean in a neutral accent for me
I don't know what would be considered a neutral accent. It depends where you are and to whom you're speaking. A neutral accent in South London differs greatly from that in West Texas.
I would like to speak fluent english , and british accent too .that would be lovely if you could help me pls , I know is not that easy but I'll try my best .
If your grew up in your native country it is very hard to get rid of your accent. I have known people that have been living in the US for 20 years but still have Filipino accent. Even doctors or professionals that came to the US still have accent. I don't know what it is. Some people are trying really hard to speak American way with a little bit of slang,but it sounds funny to me.
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