People say Chinese learners of English are more likely to speak English with a Chinese accent. I would like to find out what I should pay attention to when speaking?
Many Chinese learners of English speak English with a Chinese accent.
Can they completely get rid of their accent?
Ken Paterson, director of the Centre for English Learning and Teaching at the University of Westminster believes most Chinese learners probably can't get rid of their accent in the end. Why is that?
Liz Chiu, an English tutor at Imperial College London thinks Chinese people should sound Chinese when they're speaking English. What does she mean?
Dr John O'Regan sees the Chinese accent as something nice about Chinese learners of English. How can your accent be something nice about you?
In today's programme Alice Castle and Wang Fei will help you explore the Chinese accent.
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