English Pronunciation-speak like a native- 8 expressions with run

Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion-Speak Like a Native- 8 Expres­sions With ‘Run’- AUDIO Les­son

All lan­guages have expres­sions that aren’t always lit­er­al, so for this train­ing les­son, we’ll prac­tise Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion and Eng­lish expres­sions. We’ll ‘kill two birds with the one stone!’ – anoth­er Eng­lish expres­sion and we haven’t even start­ed! I’ve made an audio les­son below so you can hear the Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion of com­mon expres­sions with the word ‘run’ to prac­tise your …

English AUDIO training- Say these 10 multisyllabic words with confidence

Eng­lish AUDIO train­ing- Say these 10 Mul­ti­syl­lab­ic Words with Con­fi­dence

In the Eng­lish audio train­ing below, I have includ­ed 10 mul­ti­syl­lab­ic words that stu­dents often have trou­ble say­ing con­fi­dent­ly. I’m asked how cer­tain mul­ti­syl­lab­ic words are said, and in Eng­lish this is fair enough! There are a few things to con­sid­er: First­ly, there is spelling to con­sid­er- is the word said how it’s spelled? Which syl­la­bles are stressed, and which said …

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 …