English language and speech -collocation-audio lesson

English Language And Speech Secret- Sound like a native speaker- Collocations-AUDIO

An integral part of sounding like a native English speaker in your English language and speech is to use collocations. Why is the use of collocations so important for English language and speech? Collocations are important to know in order to boost your vocabulary, fluency, written discourse generally, and overall writing and speaking scores on the PTE and IELTS ( from …

VIDEO English common endings 'al' and 'el' pronounce correctly

English Common Endings ‘al’ and ‘el’ Pronounce Correctly- VIDEO

How to say words with English Common Endings ‘al’ and ‘el’   Most English common endings are said with a schwa vowel as they aren’t the most important part of the word. Having said that, English common endings or suffixes, do give us information about the word. I have chosen to make a video about the English common endings ‘al’ and …

5 Major Pronunciation Don'ts

5 Major Pronunciation DON’TS

Sometimes we are so busy paying attention to what we should be doing that we forget to also notice what not to do, hence 5 major pronunciation don’ts. Pronunciation Don’t 1 Don’t expect to change your accent completely to sound like a native in only  a few weeks. It takes months and months of practise to begin to sound like a native …

English Accent. How to pronounce words starting with 'ex'

English Accent. How To Pronounce ‘ex’ At The Beginning Of Words. Audio Lesson

I hadn’t even thought of it, but one of my customers emailed me to ask if there was a rule about this.  He was practising his English accent  and wanted to know when ‘ex’ says ‘eks’ and when it says ‘gz’.  Mind you in some parts of America it is pronounced as ‘iks’ not ‘eks’. There is a rule about …