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I'm from an English speaking country, should I just come to America and lose my natural accent entirely?
How can I immerse myself in the american accent?
Should I talk in an american accent all the time?
Should I test my american accent out in the street?
Should I talk in American when I'm not acting?
Is it better to lose my natural accent to perfect the US?
Should I adopt a US accent full time?
Is it best to just take on a US accent all the time?
Should I just take on the US accent as my primary accent?
Should I make my primary accent US?