Is it in a certain word? I just read it as “ee”
The word ear and beer and fear
You can naturally read them as eeya, beeya, feeya
Idk if that helps
Ohh I got it TYYYYY
How does the phrase are you sat work
Like are you sitting down?
Are you sat down?
The second one
Again, not sure if this helps whatsoever-
Aa-r y-oo s-ah-t d-ow-n
Having to help someone learn British English this way lmao
I meant what does the phrase mean
Like how is it used in context
So, like in context in a phone call-
Person1- I have something to tell you, but you might want to sit down.
Person2- Okay, what is it?
Person1- Are you sat down?
…and so on.
That was just what I thought of as an example of when someone might say it, don’t know why it’s pretty dramatic.
Is this what you… wanted? Am I even helping at all?
Btw their are different accents and not every1 speaks like the queen so yh speak how u wanna say 5he words
It took me 3 years to learn it but my uncle helped me since he is British and was born in England it’s not that hard it just takes some time I guess
It depends on which country in Britain you want to learn the accent of. There’s England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
scotland and england basically
Which one would you prefer? Because they both have very different accents and dialects