'You don't know who you are any more': The Plym...
How would you feel if one day you awoke to find your Glaswegian, Home Counties or West Country tones inexplicably gone, with a French, Danish or even Indonesian accent in its place?
38-year-old Sarah Colwill doesn't have to wonder. On the March 7, 2010, she woke up to discover that her customary Plymouth pronunciation had gone - replaced by Chinese enunciation.
Sarah is one of the handful of people to be diagnosed with Foreign Accent Syndrome, a condition so rare there were just 61 confirmed cases between 1941 and 2012.
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