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 …

Dis­cov­er How Bonnie’s Aus­tralian Accent Train­ing Helped Her Build Deep­er Rela­tion­ships…

How Accent Train­ing Helped Bon­nie   Meet Bon­nie Lifang Xi. Bon­nie who is orig­i­nal­ly from Chi­na, moved to Aus­tralia to pur­sue bet­ter work oppor­tu­ni­ties. Bon­nie already had great Eng­lish lan­guage skills but she was frus­trat­ed with her accent. No mat­ter how hard she tried, or how much she spoke with her native Eng­lish speak­ing friends, she still had a strong Chi­nese …

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 …

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Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion Tips. Pro­nounce ‘ed’ cor­rect­ly and more!

Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion Tips. Pro­nounce ‘ed’ Cor­rect­ly And More! Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion can be tricky at times so I thought I would clear up some con­fu­sion with a few pro­nun­ci­a­tion tips this week. Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion Tip 1- When does /c/ say /s/? Now this one is a nice one because it doesn’t have any excep­tions for a change! So when does /c/ …

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Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion -Who else wants to Speak Eng­lish Flu­ent­ly?

You know I have talked about Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion and speak­ing Eng­lish flu­ent­ly before, but I realised I left out an impor­tant ele­ment! I have already told you about some of the ele­ments you need to prac­tise to speak Eng­lish flu­ent­ly so that you don’t sound stiff and uncon­nect­ed when you speak. These are Link­ing, Eli­sion, Syl­la­ble stress with­in longer words, and …

Say Your Name in ENglish. The 3 things stopping you. speakmoreclearly.com

Say Your name in Eng­lish! The 3 Things Stop­ping you!

Have you ever felt frus­trat­ed that no mat­ter what you do, peo­ple still can’t get your name the first time you say it in Eng­lish?  You aren’t alone. Have you noticed it’s even worse when you are on the phone? You would think that to say your name in Eng­lish would be easy. After all you have been say­ing it …

How to Pro­nounce Silent Let­ters in Eng­lish

Lat­est Video: How to Pro­nounce 20 Eng­lish Words with Silent Let­ters! Watch my video above you will learn how to pro­nounce Eng­lish words with silent let­ters in them. I show you how to pro­nounce 2o words with silent let­ters and give you prac­tise exer­cis­es so you can mas­ter silent words in Eng­lish. In this video you will learn how to pro­nounce …

Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion for Indi­an Speak­ers

Eng­lish Accent Tips for Indi­an lan­guage back­ground Speak­ers Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion for Indi­an speak­ers: If you are orig­i­nal­ly from an Indi­an speak­ing lan­guage and you want to speak clear­ly in Eng­lish I’ve cre­at­ed some tips specif­i­cal­ly for you! Here are some real­ly impor­tant tips to cor­rect your Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion for Indi­an speak­ers. 3 main things to start with I was recent­ly …

Eng­lish accent tip for Russ­ian speak­ers

One key Eng­lish Accent tip for Russ­ian Speak­ers that will make a huge dif­fer­ence! Hi every­one, To use ‘e’ or ‘a’ that is the ques­tion! Are you from a Russ­ian speak­ing back­ground? It is some­times dif­fi­cult to hear the dif­fer­ence between the two sounds for Russ­ian back­ground speak­ers. This Eng­lish accent tip for Russ­ian speak­ers will get rid of a …

The r sound in Eng­lish – what you need to know.

Do you have trou­ble mak­ing the r sound in Eng­lish? You might be sur­prised to hear that a lot of peo­ple do! In most lan­guages the r sound (or ‘r’ sound) is made with­out the tongue actu­al­ly mak­ing con­tact with any par­tic­u­lar part of our mouth. This makes it dif­fi­cult to learn. In Eng­lish the tongue tip is held up in the mid­dle …