thank u so much for the helpful comment. Yeah i think i mixed up some things by mentioning "THE SA Accent", cause there is not "the one". I even heard, and that`s the same case in Germany, that from region to region and village to village the dialect always can change ^^. I believe the SA is really hard to learn. But the regions u ment will be the my first denitations when i travel to the US in (hopefully) 2 years.
You fixed an awkard education lack of mine with the Mason-Dixon aspect. I was convinced that the whowle of Florida is South, but i will read on later ...
It encourages me when you say that my possible skills are in high demand. You`re right, learning texts is not a big problem for me. And maybe i could easily relearn spanish or start learning another. To be honest,, i`ve been always fascinated by The American English. The interest left me for a few years in the 20s where i almost thought i complete listening comprehension. ( I wasnt able to understand easy talkshows sequences without lines/ a translator... But then it all came back and i started to research and learn, today i watch even True Tetectives without subs ^^.
But listening comprehension is not the same as speaking on his own, and there is a lot of work to do. Before choosing an specific option i shouldcope with the standard accent I guess. Hope that some teachers can help me here :)