Can you tell the difference between an Aussie and a Kiwi?

Here’s a creative and fun game put together by the Language Trainers Group, a company that offers private language courses: Can you guess where my accent is from? I scored a lousy 18 points for answering just six of 16 questions correctly. And while we’re playing games, check out the fake drug game on ForeignPolicy.com. ...

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Here's a creative and fun game put together by the Language Trainers Group, a company that offers private language courses: Can you guess where my accent is from?

I scored a lousy 18 points for answering just six of 16 questions correctly.

And while we're playing games, check out the fake drug game on ForeignPolicy.com. On that one, I'm undefeated. Think you can tell fake medicines from the real ones? Give it a try.

Here’s a creative and fun game put together by the Language Trainers Group, a company that offers private language courses: Can you guess where my accent is from?

I scored a lousy 18 points for answering just six of 16 questions correctly.

And while we’re playing games, check out the fake drug game on ForeignPolicy.com. On that one, I’m undefeated. Think you can tell fake medicines from the real ones? Give it a try.

(Hat tip: The Very Short List)

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