Received Pronunciation

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Received Pronunciation is the pronunciation of English used by the BBC. It implies use of a Home Counties accent to speak the dialect of English used by the British Government for official purposes, otherwise known as the Queen's English, BBC English, British English or standard English. It is often abbreviated to RP.