We are well known to speaking a dialect right from our childhood and this is very typical but, the problem is we don’t put our mind into it. In our childhood we have learnt many norms, rules and social intentions about the language. As children, we disguise these so much that they turn out to be second nature to us.
So when we endeavour to pick a dialect that we weren’t presented to at our childhood, its craziness winds up noticeably relatable. Furthermore, this is maybe more genuine for English than some other dialect.