In a world much like our own (basically, identical humans, points in history, etc) where humans live 80 or so years, we have developed a wide array of languages around the planet as well as very different accents in each language. In fact some accents are so different that it can actually be difficult to understand each other even if you are speaking the same words.
How would an immortal speak with his fellow human? Would he try and have an identical accent as to the current person he is talking to? Would he develop his own personal accent that sounds like none other? Would he retain the accent of his time and sound out of place to the people he talks to?
I would like to know how such a man/woman would be in this situation from different places in time such as:
- The Stone Age
- The Middle Ages
- The 21st Century
How would these 3 different immortals from these 3 very different times converse with someone in the near future from us such as the year 3000?
How would they converse if they found each other?
The immortals are human in all but how they age, meaning: They are born normally. They grow and age normally until they reach their peak, like their mid twenties to thirties or what have you. Once they reach their peak they stop aging, their cell's are replaced as rapidly as they die, this does NOT include huge losses of cells such as limb loss, so if the immortal loses an arm or a leg, it's gone for good. They scar normally and they also can still get sick, though I would imagine that they would heal at a more rapid rate.
I haven't decided how I want their memory to be, I'm leaning closer to them remembering everything, however answers are more than welcome to assume they can't store everything indefinitely and will eventually start to forget things for good.