Pronounce 5 English Idioms Correctly

VIDEO: Learn How To Pronounce 5 English Idioms Correctly Hi, it’s Esther from Speak More Clearly It can be embarrassing if you don’t know how to pronounce some common English idioms, or you don’t know what they mean, so let’s practise 5 of them together. The first English idiom is: Be glad to see the back of – this means …

British, Australian and American pronunciation for multi-syllable words- Don’t get confused

I recently found an interesting analysis of the different British, Australian and American pronunciation and stress patterns for certain multisyllable words. It was interesting because it pointed out that British, Australian and American pronunciation are different for many words borrowed from French. Typically American English puts the stress on the final syllable, whereas British and Australian English makes an earlier …

English pronunciation and accent reduction

English Pronunciation With a Surprising Twist

I thought we could have some fun this time practising some English pronunciation with a surprising twist! I have recorded a couple of Limericks and put them in this blog for you to listen to and repeat. Now you know me, there is a purpose to this. This English pronunciation with a surprising twist is for you to practise the …