I've always wondered... some accents are famous like the British and French ones, but can people actually hear their own accent? Like, does a British person know what a British accent sounds like or does it just sound like everyone else has accents and they don't? The United States has some easily identifiable ones like New Yorker and southern accents, but then there's a lot of people who don't have any of those like me too. I always thought I didn't have an accent at all, but I hear people from other countries mention the "American accent" like it's one uniform identifiable thing. So I guess I do have one and just can't hear it myself or something? I don't know, it's confusing I guess haha.