I've read that the Bavarian accent (or the southern regions in general) uses a trilled R -- IPA [r] -- instead of the "standard" voiced uvular fricative -- IPA [ʁ]. I've also read that the uvular trill -- IPA [ʀ] -- is how they pronounce R's in Switzerland.
So I have a couple questions about this situation:
- Would using a trilled R give a learner a marked Bavarian accent?
- Is having a marked Bavarian accent a bad thing?
- How "bad" is it to pronounce the uvular R as a trill instead of a fricative?
Basically, I can easily pronounce the trilled R from my Spanish experience, and I can sorta do the uvular trill like in French, but the standard uvular fricative is still difficult for me. So I'm looking for guidance on which "temporary" pronunciation I should favor while I practice the standard R.