What Is an RP Accent?

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An RP also known as Received Pronunciation, the Queen's English, Oxford English, or BBC English, is the accent of Standard English in England, with a relationship to regional accents similar to the relationship in other European languages between their standard varieties and their regional forms.
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1 Familiarize yourself with IPA. In learning how to speak the RP accent, most of the time you will encounter the International Phonetic Alphabet so you must learn how to pronounce
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Any British TV shows should help you, and the BBC World Service. Pronounce everything more carefully without slurring of the consonants, especially in the middle of words. For example
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Its all about placement in your mouth - for RP you need to have really warmed up facial muscles and tongue. Repeat, the tongue, the teeth and the lips over and over to warm up. All
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