Game of Thrones? In this video, I’ll explain the accents of Jon Snow and Ygritte. You’ll learn WHY they sound tougher and stronger than other characters! Want to try speaking in a northern accent, like the Wildlings and the Starks do?
You know nothin'! I’ll show you how it’s done! You’ll hear and be able to practice how the tougher characters from Game of Thrones and other fantasy shows and movies speak. This lesson is important for anyone living in or visiting the Seven Kingdoms, and crucial if you’re planning to go north of the Wall. Don’t wait! Winter is coming.
Love it so much
Thank you Gill
We need more videos like that, to learn the accent (through the movies or series what we love).
The first one .
Not very pationate of game of throne but very impressed by northern uk accent .
Scotland is a very place to go to live this experience .
Hello to Scotland .
I got 06/07 ☺ Thank you gill ,so sweet of you ?
very interesting. I think, it will be useful for people who whatch original videos
how abut if you speck with me in English maybe i learn some word from you >>>
Thanks Gill!!!Although I´ve never watched Game of Thrones, I laughed a lot with your northern accent ;)
As always, a great opportunity to improve our pronunciation by watching a great fantasy, that is very popular in many countries. Thanks Gill for this lesson!
Thanks a lot, teacher Gill, for that middle age story you have told us.
Thanks a lot
Thank you Gill for this accent lesson!!!
Although I’m not “Game-Of-Thrones-Fan”, it was very interesting!!
I appreciate your british humor :-)
what is the difference between Glottal stop and Silent letters ????
Hi Abdellah — thanks for your question. Silent letters (like the b in debt, sounding like ‘det’) are totally silent, as if they don’t exist, but the glottal stop causes a ‘catch’ in the throat. I tried to demonstrate this in the video :-)
THANK YOU GILL FOR THIS LESSON
I FOUND IT INTERSTING AND FUN EVEN I DESLIKE THE GAME OF TRONES
WAS GREA’ :)
there is no chat in here >>>
Hi guys, I have a friend who is studying English and she is always willing to practice speaking English. If any of you here is interested, please contact her so that you guys can practice with one another. Here is her Skype ID: Phuong Vo (01658414230). Thank you :)
Hi Thuong! Can I add you on facebook?
Got 6/7 thank you very much teacher for the lesson
good one..thanks teacher gil
The way that you explain and speak is perfect to can understand and learn. Thanks. You got a like!
Thanks for your lesson, Gill.
Just little note – I think that the homonyms are the words with same spelling and different meaning. The words with same sound and different meaning are homophones.
i would like to learn
Very good!Thank you!
This lesson was very interesting. I clearly understand the difference between those two accents and I’m a fan of Game of Thrones. Thank you for your efforts Gil because this accent doesn’t suit you. I take this opportunity to tell you that I love your native accent.
Thank you so much
First of all, Gill
Thanks for your patience to explain so well.
I’m your fan
What an interesting lesson,teacher.More than
interesting. exciting and informative. I am a fan
of Game of Thrones.Thank you very much.
Thank you dear madam! :)
Thank you Gill
Love it!!! Sooo true though. I live in Manchester and hear people talking like this, especially from Oldham area:-))
100/100 Thanks Madam, you knowwww all ;)
It may well be that Neanderthals spoke in a similar manner as the characters of this film do. :)
Thank you Mrs. Gill!
Thanks for this fun and interesting accent lesson
Thanks for the explanations and sharing! It has been very helpful and interesting.
5/7 thanks for the great lecture
Thank you so much for this lesson Gill!!!
I am a fan of Game of Thrones.