Do you want to feel confident pronouncing ANY word in English?
Pronouncing a difficult word incorrectly in English can feel so embarrassing!
It’s frustrating when you can’t speak effortlessly and fluently in spontaneous speech! How amazing would it feel if you could effortlessly find words when you want them? AND pronounce them correctly?
We couldn’t fit all the difficult words that exist in English into this course… because there are too many to count! But, we have created a quick course that will help you pronounce 40 difficult words in English. Feel more confident speaking spontaneously, at a higher level – in any conversation!
Don’t let the fear of speaking English paralyze you! Get our Australian difficult words course and master these difficult English words!
Master 40 Difficult Australian English Words
Pronounce difficult words with correct Australian pronunciation
Feel confident when pronouncing multi-syllabic words in English
Sound more like an Australian speaker. Speak naturally in English
Expand your vocabulary and avoid the embarrassment of mispronouncing a word
Created By World Leading Speech Expert
This course is created by speech expert Esther Bruhl. Esther is a world leading Speech and Language Therapist with over 30 years experience. From our many years of experience, we know which multi-syllabic words people find most difficult. We created this mini course so you can master these difficult words and never feel embarrassed about your speech again (well, get closer to that goal at least)! This mini-course is quick, easy and most importantly… effective!
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