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as far as I know it's ok to have an accent on exam speaking. So if, say, a russian native pronounces "never" with a hard R then there is no mistake, yet if he pronounces "thanks" as "fanks" or "senks" due to the fact that there is no TH sound in Russian, then it is considered to be a mistake. Am I right?

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as far as I know it's ok to have an accent on exam speaking. So if, say, a russian native pronounces "never" with a hard R then there is no mistake, yet if he pronounces "thanks" as "fanks" or "senks" due to the fact that there is no TH sound in Russian, then it is considered to be a mistake. Am I right?
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