She was mocked by her previous boss After posting her most Recent Achievement

Broadly stated, your accent is the way you sound when you speak. There are two different kinds of accents. One is a 'foreign' accent; this occurs when a person speaks one language using some of the rules or sounds of another one. 



For example, if a person has trouble pronouncing some of the sounds of a second language they're learning, they may substitute similar sounds that occur in their first language. This sounds wrong, or 'foreign', to native speakers of the language.



The Visayan language has always been an integral part of the Filipino culture, with over 20 million native speakers around the country. However, the Bisayan accent has been a center of mockery for many people who cannot tolerate the change in pronunciation when Visayan people speak Tagalog.

Some netizen name Diane Encinas posted on her Facebook page about a conversation with her boss in her work. 



In the conversation, her boss messaged her to find out if she had been promoted on the job and if she was no longer using a Bisayan accent, and then she confirmed that she was promoted. Her boss replied that she was not good before and that she was a Bisayan accent before and then he congratulates her and her boss was also given friendly advice that she needs to be good because she still has evaluation.



Diane posted it with caption"Thank you sa message mo boss. Hindi ko alam pero parang naiiyak ako. Hindi naman ako naging pabigat sa team mo nun. Isa ka sa mga mentors na hinahangaan ko pero parang ang sakit ng message mo sakin God bless po."


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