I've been told on multiple occasions that I pronounce the word 'year' weirdly. I say it as a homonym of 'yeah', whereas nearly everyone else I know pronounces it 'yee-ah', with a slightly more elongated 'e' sound. I still contend that I'm right, but I honestly never noticed the difference before people pointed it out to me at university. Now I'm ever so conscious whenever I mention it in front of certain people accordingly.
Not sure if this counts but I audibly pronounce the 'L' in walk, talk, calm, and other words of the like.
The first thing that came to my my were Pokemon names though, because I pronounce Meganium as Me-GANI-um instead of MEGAN-ium even though it's incorrect. I also pronounce Milotic MILO-tic (Mill-OTTICK) instead of Mil-O-tic (My-LAH-tick).
Umm,actually i think all my english woul be kinda weird to hear as english isn't my tongue but i try my best to pronounce it right though!i studied the American and the British ..the british accent kinda hard and formal but American much easier and informal so i pretty much speak the American accent!
Also Known As: Tally,Arrow..do not call me Broken for the love of God
Well, I generally speak just like everyone else, but for some reason people around here say 'summer' as 'semmer', and quite frankly it annoys me a lot! Plus for some reason they pronounce 'borrow' as 'burrow'. o_o
People over here are weird haha.