Video How to say words with l and r in the same word

VIDEO How to say Eng­lish Words With l And r In The Same Word

Some­times, it’s even tricky for me to say Eng­lish words that have /l/ and /r/ in the same word!  Some­times it’s tricky because the /l/ and /r/ are close togeth­er, or because the word is long with mul­ti­ple /l/ and /r/ sounds in it.  Basi­cal­ly, to pro­nounce these /l/ -/r/ words well, you need to just prac­tise them till your …

Accent reduction- How to pronounce long English words beginning with pr

Audio: Accent Reduc­tion-How To Pro­nounce Long Eng­lish Words Begin­ning With ‘pr’

Accent reduc­tion train­ing in how to pro­nounce long Eng­lish words begin­ning with ‘pr’, actu­al­ly ‘kills two birds with the one stone’! First­ly, you make sure you don’t leave out the /r/ sound in the ‘pr’ con­so­nant clus­ter. Sec­ond­ly, you make sure you’re using a cor­rect Eng­lish /r/ sound, and at the same time, you get to prac­tise cor­rect syl­la­ble stress …

Practise how to pronounce words when the letter s says /z/

Audio les­son- How To Pro­nounce Words When The Let­ter ‘s’ Says /z/

How to pro­nounce words when the let­ter ‘s’ says /z/ To pro­nounce words when the let­ter ‘s’ says  the /z/ sound, first you need to know that the /s/ and /z/ sounds are min­i­mal pair sounds in Eng­lish. That means, they’re made with exact­ly the same mouth move­ments except that when you say the /z/ sound, you switch on your …

How to l;earn an English accent- 5 tips Actors can teach us

How To Learn An Eng­lish Accent – 5 Tips Actors Can Teach Us

How To Learn An Eng­lish Accent – 5 Tips Actors Can Teach Us I was recent­ly talk­ing to an actress about how to learn an Eng­lish accent (or oth­er accent) that wasn’t her native Eng­lish accent.  She said she used ‘lay­er­ing’. She said she lis­tened over and over to some­one speak­ing with the accent she want­ed to use. At dif­fer­ent …

VIDEO training- How to pronounce 5 English words-American, British and Australian accent

VIDEO Amer­i­can, British, Aus­tralian Accent-Pro­nounce these 5 Eng­lish words cor­rect­ly

Amer­i­can, British, Aus­tralian Accent-Pro­­nounce Eng­lish Words Cor­rect­ly     This time I have 5 more Eng­lish words for you to pro­nounce cor­rect­ly. These are all words that peo­ple some­times get con­fused in Eng­lish. Best wish­es, Esther Choose:- I want to speak more clear­ly in a… British Accent Aus­tralian Accent Amer­i­can Accent  

English Pronunciation How to pronounce 'world' and other 'wor' words

How to Pro­nounce ‘world’ and oth­er Eng­lish ‘wor’ words AUDIO les­son

I am often asked the fol­low­ing ques­tion when work­ing with Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion, “How do I pro­nounce the word ‘world?’ ” Because of the spelling it is tricky! Is it:  world /wɔːrld/ (Amer­i­can) , /wɔːld/ (British/Australian)   or  world /wɝːld/ (Amer­i­can),  /wɜːld/ (Brit/Aussie)?? If you picked the 2nd lot where the ‘or’ says ‘er’ you were right.  So here is the secret:  When an ‘or’ …

How to pronounce English words that sound similar

VIDEO Eng­lish Words That Sound Sim­i­lar -How To Pro­nounce Them

  Eng­lish Words That Sound Sim­i­lar -How To Pro­nounce Them I recent­ly asked cus­tomers which Eng­lish words they get mixed up when they’re try­ing to pro­nounce them, and I got quite a few. Thank to every­one who con­tributed. The inter­est­ing thing is, quite a few of the Eng­lish words show a con­fu­sion between the ‘aw’ vow­el and the ‘oe’ vow­el …

Video-How to pronounce 'banana, vitamin , process'- American, british and Australian accent

VIDEO Amer­i­can, British, and Aus­tralian Accents-Pro­nounce Eng­lish words-banana, vit­a­min, process

Pro­nounce Eng­lish words- ‘banana, vit­a­min, process’- Amer­i­can, British, and Aus­tralian Accents It can some­times be con­fus­ing to know how to pro­nounce cer­tain words depend­ing on whether you need an Amer­i­can, British or Aus­tralian accent, so I thought I would start with these three words this time. Let me know in the com­ment sec­tion below if there are oth­er words you would …

Workplace culture- American Australia, Britain

The Dif­fer­ences In Work Place Cul­ture. Great Tips- Amer­i­ca, Aus­tralia and Britain.

I recent­ly came across a great arti­cle writ­ten by a grammarly.com writer in which they detail 4 great tips about the dif­fer­ences in work place cul­ture in Amer­i­ca, Aus­tralia and Britain. The author goes into the areas of Com­mu­ni­ca­tion styles, atti­tudes to office romances, dress codes and work/life bal­ance in some detail. Of course even though in all 3 coun­tries, …

Speak English Naturally- gonna and wanna- Audio Lesson

Speak Eng­lish Nat­u­ral­ly- ‘wan­na and gonna’-AUDIO les­son

When we speak Eng­lish nat­u­ral­ly, like in any oth­er lan­guage, we some­times con­tract or devolve how we say things for speed and ease. Unless you are pro­nounc­ing Eng­lish as Queen Eliz­a­beth of Eng­land does, then to speak Eng­lish nat­u­ral­ly, we often con­tract two com­mon phras­es. These two phras­es are ‘going to’ and ‘want to.’ Oh and by the way, using …