I thought that English speaking was about remarking consonants over vowels... but when I watch an american movie I don't notice that fact...
I'd like to speak English in the most understandable way... My native language is all about vowels and I thought I got the trick to speak in a way everybody could understand me. Now, after watching american series and movies I am not clear at all...
Edit after the warning of too wide the set of possible answers:
It's not difficult for me to speak the word "texts" or the word "endorsements" in the English way, since I can pronounce all the consonants and lower the vowels sound. But it sounds really artificial. On the other hand, I hear the American way more subtle, more softly, with regard to the consonants issue.
So my question is... what are the rules that show the MAIN differences between English and American, so I may try to learn or imitate the speaking of one and the other. For example: "You've got to be kidding!" is very different when you speak it in English or American. Are there some major differences so I can start focusing in them when I watch an American movie or an English serie?
I am just asking for the major, o most noticeable, differences.
Thanks to all for your time.