English Accent- Don't be embarressed- Don't pronounce the P in these words -AUDIO

Eng­lish Accent – Don’t be Embar­rassed- Don’t, Pro­nounce the P in These Words- AUDIO Les­son

Some­times it can be embar­rass­ing if you pro­nounce a silent let­ter in a word when you’re learn­ing to speak with an Eng­lish accent. Lots of peo­ple do this, because it’s con­fus­ing when the word is not said as it’s writ­ten! This is why it’s impor­tant to lis­ten over and over to the Eng­lish accent you want, so you make a …

The difference between a British RP and American accent

The dif­fer­ence between a British RP and Amer­i­can Accent-VIDEO

One of the dif­fer­ences between a British RP accent and Amer­i­can accent, is that some words of more than one syl­la­ble are said with dif­fer­ent stress on the syl­la­bles. Also lis­ten to the dif­fer­ence in the way the train­er pro­nounces the vow­els in the words for the British RP accent or the Amer­i­can accent. This is anoth­er oppor­tu­ni­ty to prac­tise …

learn English accent accent reduction course

How To Improve Your Eng­lish Accent – WHERE TO START

Are you some­one who wants to improve your Eng­lish accent but don’t know where to start? If that’s you,  this arti­cle is def­i­nite­ly going to help you and give you great tips. How To Improve Your Eng­lish Accent- Where to start Tip 1 To Improve Your Eng­lish Accent Start with what you know you have trou­ble with-  Don’t avoid it …

English pronunciation. How to pronounce the consonant blend qu

Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion Train­ing. How to say the ‘qu’ con­so­nant blend sound.

In this Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion train­ing tip I will teach you how to say the ‘qu’ con­so­nant blend  sound. I have includ­ed a voice record­ing for you below so you can copy me, and prac­tise say­ing the ‘qu’ sound in words and sen­tences. Because ‘qu’ is a sound made by pro­nounc­ing the /k/ and /w/ sounds togeth­er, it is a con­so­nant …

Pronounce English vowels the 'a' vowel

Vow­el Pro­nun­ci­a­tion, ‘a’ vow­el.

VIDEO: ‘a’ Vow­el Pro­nun­ci­a­tion. Have you noticed that some­times vow­el pro­nun­ci­a­tion in Eng­lish is hard because you can’t hear the dif­fer­ence between two dif­fer­ent vow­els? Well, you aren’t the only one!  Some vow­els sound so close it is dif­fi­cult. When you can hear the dif­fer­ence you will find it much eas­i­er to pro­nounce them as well.  The solu­tion: Lis­ten over …