English Accent-Sound Natural-How to use the intrusive 'y' AUDIO training

Eng­lish Accent- Sound Nat­ur­al – How To Use The Intru­sive ‘y’ AUDIO Train­ing

When we want to be super clear with our Eng­lish accent, we do need to choose to make every sound clear­ly. We may be empha­sis­ing a point, pre­sent­ing to oth­ers, going for a job inter­view etc. Most of the time though, just like in any lan­guage, we tend to be less pre­cise. To sound more nat­ur­al with your Eng­lish accent, …

English Accent training- Pronounce words with 'ng' at the end. AUDIO Training

Eng­lish Accent Train­ing- How To Pro­nounce Words With ‘ng’ at the end. AUDIO Les­son

Eng­lish accent train­ing can be con­fus­ing some­times! We all know that when we write the con­so­nant ‘ng’ /ŋ/, we see a ‘g’ let­ter  there, but when we say it, it’s not pro­nounced. Also, it doesn’t become a /k/ sound either. So when you’re prac­tis­ing your Eng­lish accent train­ing, think of it this way:- When you see ‘sh’ writ­ten, you don’t say …

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 …

5 tips to increase your English confidence

5 Tips to Increase Your Eng­lish Con­fi­dence- VIDEO

5 Tips To Increase Eng­lish Con­fi­dence 5 Tips To Increase Eng­lish Con­fi­dence Some­times it’s hard to know what to do to increase your con­fi­dence in Eng­lish so I thought I’d give you a start by talk­ing about 5 tips that are easy to imple­ment in your every­day life no mat­ter what your native lan­guage is.  1. Use it- to use an …

English Intonation- How to improve it

Eng­lish Into­na­tion- How To Improve It

Eng­lish into­na­tion, or into­na­tion in any lan­guage, can be described as the music or melody of the lan­guage. It’s a pro­nun­ci­a­tion fea­ture that is about how we say some­thing rather than what words we’re using. Eng­lish Into­na­tion – The Main Ele­ments How high or low your voice is -the pitch Stress cer­tain syl­la­bles or words paus­es for where you would …

Why people with good accents tend to get better jobs

Why peo­ple with good accents tend to get bet­ter jobs

Why have I called this blog ‘why peo­ple with good accents tend to get bet­ter jobs?’ I found a very inter­est­ing arti­cle about this writ­ten by a top recruit­ing firm in the U.S. and would like to share it with you. I keep hear­ing the same sto­ry over and over again in dif­fer­ent forms, from cus­tomers regard­ing job and social …

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 …

10 English Words Commonly Mispronounced words speakmoreclearly.com

10 Com­mon­ly Mis­pro­nounced Eng­lish Words

I was a lit­tle wor­ried about includ­ing the fol­low­ing arti­cle in a blog to you. I am always on the look out for a good, clear arti­cle on pro­nun­ci­a­tion to bring to your atten­tion, and this one is about 10 com­mon­ly mis­pro­nounced Eng­lish words. I was a lit­tle wor­ried as I said about the arti­cle, because of the cheeky  head­ing, …