It's quite normal for this to happen and it is not easy to change what you have acquired.. If you can make yourself easily understood don't worry to much about the accent unless you are going to get lower marks because of it.. I don't automatically switch my accent unless I go back to my birthplace.Thank you
Actually I am learning American English since I was 11, but for doing a project I started learning British accent,now I realize that I pronounce some words in British and the others in American in a sentence, and I do it unintentionally.
I am always worried if I sound like an idiot! or an amature. So do you think that it won't be a sign of lack of knowledge in my case?
can be heard by English speakers too. Northern English speakers have a short vowel for glass." I have bought /bɔːt/ a gl/æ/s.