Maldivian here. We sounds like Indians
Im mexican, but for some reason ive been told i dont have an accent. Just sound like a normal Texan yall.
I have a Midwestern accent for the most part. My coworker say I sound Canadian.
Fortunately, since I live in Texas now, to them I sound like the Queen's cousin.
North West London is where I grew up and we still have our childhood home, but I live in the USA and have my own home there. I go back and forth so accent is mixed.
Naturally? Gen-Z Californian, valley girl, Latin kinda mess. I'm kind embarrassed about it now that I'm in college and try to be more "neutral".
Singaporean. It is a unique blend of the races here ie English with hints of Malay, Mandarin, Tamil, Hokkien. It can be hard to understand at first but it's something we're proud of.
Minnesoootan. Especially in words with a long A.
Canadian without the slang. I grew up in Michigan about an hour away from the Canada border, so I don't use the slang but the accent has kind of made its way in over time. I've actually had people ask if I was Canadian before XD
Generic American with a subtle dash of Seattle. Apparently we use a guttural stop or a soft "d" to pronounce the letter "T" in many words instead of using the tip of the tongue.
Mountain = Moun-en
Button = Buh-an
Bottom = Bahdum
"I wen' to the depar'ment store to buy a cah-en buh-an up shirt."
I've lived in the Midwest US/suburban Great Lakes area all my life (never even been out of my home state for longer than a month), and people can't figure out my accent.
Apparently, compared to other people in my area, I sound British. According to a test I did online (don't know how accurate it was), I sound Hawaiian. I don't have any sort of speech impediment, so I don't know why I sound so weird to others.
West coast of Canada. So I sound like most American newscasters, actors and anyone else we consider to be accent neutral. Super boring. I’d like to have more of a Canadian accent. I’m not even sure how.
My s.o. and I role play with Russian accents at home.
*I may have misunderstood the question. I sound like Mordecai on Regular Show.