Voice Training- 4 Tips For Voice Fitness

4 Great Tips For Voice train­ing and Fit­ness

While there are lots of things we can do for voice train­ing and fit­ness, I want­ed to give you a heads up on 4 tips that are impor­tant to keep your voice in good shape. Whether you are pre­sent­ing to oth­ers, teach­ing, talk­ing a lot at work or for­mal­ly doing voice train­ing, the fol­low­ing tips will help your voice stay …

English pronunciation training. Are you using a key word sentence?

Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion Train­ing- Do You Use A Key Word Sen­tence?

Using a key word sen­tence whether you are still work­ing on your Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion train­ing, or whether you are prac­tis­ing a new  accent in Eng­lish, or whether you are about to do an Eng­lish speak­ing test for Exam­ple like an IELTS test, real­ly helps. I was lis­ten­ing to an actress talk­ing on the radio the oth­er day. The actress was …

10 often mispronounced English words and phrases

10 Often Mis­pro­nounced Eng­lish words and phras­es

These 10 often mis­pro­nounced Eng­lish words and phras­es caught my eye and I thought they would be use­ful. I have includ­ed some notes to help you to pro­nounce these Eng­lish words and phras­es. Mis­pro­nounced  Eng­lish Word 1 It’s not :antar­tic             It’s: antarc­tic You need to keep the ‘c’ sound in before the /t/. Slow …

How To Learn an English Accent Using 12 Phrases

How to Learn An Eng­lish Accent using 12 phras­es – Audio Les­son

Well you might won­der about how to learn an Eng­lish accent using 12 Eng­lish phras­es. It all start­ed when a cus­tomer asked a ques­tion! He was actu­al­ly ask­ing about phrasal verbs, and as I answered him, I realised that in just 12 phras­es you can prac­tise how to learn an Eng­lish accent. Not only that, but you can also add …

English Accent Training- stress and intonation- Linking and Elision

Eng­lish Accent Train­ing Part 4. Eng­lish Stress and Into­na­tion. Link­ing And Eli­sion

Have you ever won­dered how to sound more flow­ing when you speak Eng­lish ? Then you need to mas­ter using Link­ing and Eli­sion in your Eng­lish accent train­ing. These two ele­ments make your words flow togeth­er more. If your back­ground lan­guage is one where every syl­la­ble is said even­ly, a syl­la­ble timed lan­guage, the rhythm of your jaw move­ment is …

English accebt training stress and intonation how to use phrasing in sentences

Eng­lish Accent Train­ing Part 3. Eng­lish Stress and Into­na­tion. How to phrase words in sen­tences

In this 3rd arti­cle in the series on Eng­lish accent train­ing for stress and into­na­tion we’re going to look at how to phrase words in longer sen­tences. This phras­ing or group­ing togeth­er of words in a sen­tence, is impor­tant. It’s anoth­er ele­ment you need to pay atten­tion to when you want to improve your Eng­lish stress and into­na­tion so you …

English Accent Training- correct syllable stress

Eng­lish Accent Train­ing Part 2. Eng­lish Stress and Rhythm- Cor­rect Syl­la­ble Stress In Words

Cus­tomers often ask for tips on how to use our accent reduc­tion cours­es to improve their Eng­lish stress and into­na­tion, and Eng­lish stress and rhythm. In this sec­ond part of my series on prac­ti­cal train­ing in Eng­lish stress and into­na­tion, I will give you train­ing on a sec­ond ele­ment. That is, how to use cor­rect syl­la­ble stress in words. By …

Speak Eng­lish Like A Native – VIDEO

Speak Eng­lish Like A Native – VIDEO Hi, Esther here from Speak More Clear­ly – in this video you will learn great tips on how to speak Eng­lish like a native! A super use­ful tip to speak Eng­lish like a native speak­er is to use con­trac­tions when you speak. Oth­er­wise, your speech sounds very for­mal, and not nat­ur­al like a …

voice training.presentation skills-make an impact

Voice Train­ing. Pre­sen­ta­tion Tips – make an impact.

BE MORE EXPRESSIVE AND ADD ‘COLOUR’ TO YOUR SPEECH Remem­ber, your mes­sage may be very inter­est­ing, but a major part of get­ting it across is how you present it. Think of a time when some­thing excit­ing or exas­per­at­ing hap­pened. Or maybe you went on a good hol­i­day, or par­tic­i­pat­ed in an activ­i­ty that real­ly made you want to tell your …

English pronunciation of words that end in 'ly'

Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion of words end­ing in ‘ly’. Why you strug­gle.

Why you strug­gle in Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion of words end­ing in ‘ly’, is because often it becomes part of a con­so­nant blend.  Two or even three con­so­nants said togeth­er in a row. For Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion of  words end­ing in ‘ly’,  first you need to make sure you are say­ing the Eng­lish /l/ cor­rect­ly. Then you need to think of the ‘ly’ …