Clear English Speech Practise- 3 More Motivational Tips VIDEO

Clear English speech practise 3 more motivational tips video

Clear English Speech Practise- 3 More Motivational Tips   Are you ready for 3 more motivational tips to help keep you on track for your clear English speech practice? 3 More Motivational Practise Tips for Clear English Speech 1) The ‘see it’ technique 2) The ‘sign’ motivational tip 3) Get an accountability buddy Have a […]

VIDEO- How to Say ‘wor’ Words- Don’t say walk for work

English Pronunciation- VIDEO Lesson- How to say 'wor' words correctly

English Pronunciation – How to Say ‘wor’ Words Correctly   Often students can become quite confused about how to pronounce words spelled with ‘wor’, and especially the word ‘work.’ Because of the ‘or’, they often say ‘walk’ for ‘work.’ Check out this training video and find out about the ‘wor’ rule. ‘Wor’ Words work worst […]

English Audio Training -Words With a Silent ‘w’

English accent audio training- words with a silent 'w'

It can be a bit embarrassing when you realise you’ve pronounced a letter in a word that is meant to be silent! To help you master your English accent, this time we’ll focus on words with a silent /w/ in them. English Audio Training Lesson   Don’t Pronounce the ‘w’ in these words There are […]

English Accent Reduction- Use Speech Juncture To Sound Natural

English Accent Reduction- Speak Naturally with Juncture

Juncture is another element of intonation in English speech, and so is important for English accent reduction. As you will see from the examples below, it’s really important because if you don’t use it properly the meaning of what you are saying changes. Juncture is a kind of transition and pause between utterances or within an […]

English words spelled (spelt) differently but said the same

Audio training- English words spelled differently but said the same

As you study English, you come across many English words that are spelled differently, but said the same. These are English homophones. In this blog, I’m not going to go through them all – there are too many!! But, what I would like to do is go through some common homophones that students of English […]

Neutralize Your Accent-Words With Invisible Syllables

Neutralise Your Accent-Words With Invisible Syllables

Words with ‘invisible syllables’ can be tricky to pronounce because what you see isn’t what you say! Words with invisible syllables, means words where we don’t say one of the syllables in a word written with 3 or more syllables. A word in English can be broken down into letters, and also syllables. It’s important […]

English Pronunciation-Speak Like a Native- 8 Expressions With ‘Run’- AUDIO Lesson

All languages have expressions that aren’t always literal, so for this training lesson, we’ll practise English pronunciation and English expressions. We’ll ‘kill two birds with the one stone!’ – another English expression and we haven’t even started! I’ve made an audio lesson below so you can hear the English pronunciation of common expressions with the […]

English PODCAST with All Ears English-3 Important Accent Reduction Tips

Hi, I’m excited to share a recent accent reduction English podcast that I did with Lindsay from the American English Language school- All Ears English! The English podcast was great fun, and we went through some great accent reduction tips and pronunciation don’ts:- How to speak clearly more quickly How to make your new clear […]