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TOP-5 TV shows to practice British accent


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TOP-5 TV shows to practice British accent


You need to watch the series usefully: turn them on in English with subtitles! Work on the correct accent along with the vocabulary. Here are the top 5 TV shows to help you shape your classic British accent.

Crown

10 hour episodes that tell the life of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. This is a real royal series that will tell about what happened after the war, about palace intrigues, about political rivalry, iconic figures and much more.

Downton Abbey

6 seasons consist of 51 episodes. The events take place in England at the beginning of the 20th century. The series immerses you in the lives of earls, nobles, valets, cooks and butlers, whose life is connected with a single estate in Yorkshire.

Sherlock

15 incredible episodes filled with stories about the incredible, well-known Sherlock Holmes. This series is not even worth describing - you already know everything. John Watson and Sherlock Holmes quarrel and solve twisted crimes together, and during breaks they share an apartment on Baker Street ... By the way, the version from the BBC is quite modern: there Sherlock uses the phone and maintains a blog that actually exists.

Murder on the beach

The 24-episode series is set in the quiet coastal village of Broadchurch. Someone commits a terrible crime, after which the lives of local residents are turned upside down. The crime investigation is not boring, but very addictive. The acting turned out to be very natural and exciting - this effect was achieved due to the fact that until the end of the filming the actors themselves did not know who the killer was.

Office

Do not confuse with the American version: we need the British one! 12 comedy series in the genre of a documentary about the daily routine in the office. This series is worth watching for two reasons: because of the high-quality subtle English humor and ... the lack of superimposed laughter in the background, suggesting when the audience should laugh.

Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Kuban State University, Russia (World Economics); Westminster University (Business & Management). Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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