Bothered by ‘expresso’? An expert on speech and language explains why you shouldn’t correct mispronunciations.
For decades, forensic linguists have helped crack cases involving false author attribution, masked voices, false confessions in criminal cases and copyright disputes.
When you listen very closely, the Duchess of Sussex still sounds like she’s from Los Angeles.
The short answer is that the accent you have depends on the people you grew up with and the history of the place that you live in.