How would the same car accident be described in over 15 completely different styles of English?
What are the differences in vocabulary, grammar and organisational structure?
How should I change my voice to read each description?
Let's see how English changes in different situations.
Styles presented include:
---formal and informal English,
---an action movie screenplay,
---an Eminem rap, a romantic novel,
---a Shakespeare play,
---a politician making a speech,
---a stand-up comedian,
---Liam Neeson in the film Taken,
---and Luke in an episode of Luke's English Podcast.
Episode page (with PDF transcript) [https://wp.me/p4IuUx-sQ8] (https://wp.me/p4IuUx-sQ8)
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