How’s FpsRussia’s accent?


I’m sure most of you have heard of FpsRussia. (FpsRussia.com)
I would like to ask
1. How accurate is his accent? (Yes it is fake, he is actually American)
2. Why part of Russia is it from? (I’ve been told it’s eastern Russian)
3. How do I learn his accent? What sounds are different from normal…

FPSRussia, this guy has a legion of Youtube lovers behind him. But that’s all part of the scam. He is rather entertaining, but many Russians…..aren’t too impressed.

1. His accent is HORRIBLE, just like Niko Bellic’s from Grand Theft Auto IV. He sounds like those video-game Russians with bad accents too. He doesn’t roll his Rs, and his “W” isn’t pronounced correctly either. His accent, is basically amatuer. It would be good for a video game, those who aren’t accurate with accurate Russian/Ukrainian accents will sure be fooled.

2. YES, I can teach you a Russian accent! Because I can do it! It just takes practice. First off, you have to roll your “r” in Russian, just like Spanish. Vowels, are pronounced hard. Whenever describing something, like “a country”, you remove the “a”. Sometimes Russian “kind” of has that “choking” but not really, so don’t try that. So let’s “Russify” this sentance. An English person would say, “I live in a country”. But a Russian would say, “I live in country”. Let’s pronounce this in Russian. “Aih leeve een kuwntry”. The “a'” vowel in Russian, is nearly prounounced as “e”. Let’s Russify another sentance. An English speaker would say, “There are a lot of Russians living in Coney Island”. A Russian speaker would say “Der ahr lut uh Roshan leeving een Koonee Aylend”. Since Russians are a Slavic group, you prounounce the “j” as a “y” just like in the Serbian language. So a “j” in English would be something like “jy”. Just like in German, your “t”s and “th”s are “tz”. I mean, if I started making YouTube videos with this accent, chances are people won’t pay attention because FPSRussia has all of it. Or I can be as entertaining as him. I would ALSO suggest watching Russians speak English, and Americans do accurate Russian accents on YouTube.

Because I’ll tell you, FPSRussia DOES NOT follow any of those rules. In many of his videos, HE LITERALLY sounds like he’s trying to do a Russian accent and NEVER do that. Good luck! Here are some videos. Just sound like you are FROM Russia, or Belarus or Ukraine trying to speak English. I know people like Mila Kunis, a native Ukrainian who can speak Russian – no longer has this accent. (She’s been voicing for Meg Griffin on Family Guy for many years now).

AN AMERICAN DOING A GOOD RUSSIAN ACCENT:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFgLMQXBi9Y

DMITRY MEDVEDEV (RUSSIAN PRESIDENT) SPEAKS ENGLISH:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86oL5WjeiDw

OLEG PRUDIUS (UKRAINIAN WRESTLER) SPEAKS ENGLISH – aka “Vladimir Kozlov”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMPK6oLoqWk&feature=related

Also, FPSRussia’s real name is NOT Dmitry Patchako. It is “Kyle”. Also the “-ko” suffix is barely used in Russia, it really popular in Belarus and Ukraine.

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RE:
How's FpsRussia's accent?
I'm sure most of you have heard of FpsRussia. (FpsRussia.com)
I would like to ask
1. How accurate is his accent? (Yes it is fake, he is actually American)
2. Why part of Russia is it from? (I've been told it's eastern Russian)
3. How do I learn his accent? What sounds are different…

Fake I have met real russian and they do not sound like that.They sound exactly like americans speaking english except for certain russian english words like бенефис.Eg of true accent is at here:http://web.ku.edu/~idea/europe/russia/ru… will give you a idea of what I am talking a6out.The guy in FpsRussia.com is just trying to act russian accent in like american movies.

Is Fpsrussia Russian

Odds are slim that he is from eastern Russia, seeing as the majority of them look like Mongolians or East Asians.

Who Is Fpsrussia

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