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 …

VIDEO: Eng­lish Words with ‘ch’ and ‘sh’ Sounds

VIDEO: Learn The Dif­fer­ence Between the ‘ch’ and ‘sh’ Sounds in Eng­lish. Hi, it’s Esther here from Speak More Clear­ly Wel­come to this video where you will learn how to say the dif­fer­ence between sh and ch words. The sh sound is an unvoiced con­so­nant made by the sound of the air com­ing out of your mouth. To make the …

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, …

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 …

English pronunciation tips for Arabic background language speakers

10 great Eng­lish tips for Ara­bic Speak­ers

Hi, I thought this time it was the Ara­bic back­ground speak­ers turn so here are 10 great Eng­lish tips for Ara­bic Speak­ers. The 10 Great Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion Tips for Ara­bic Speak­ers: 1. Short and long Vow­el sounds Make sure you pay atten­tion to whether a vow­el is short or long. For exam­ple the dif­fer­ence between ‘i’ and ‘ee’ or ‘e’ …

The Top 3 Job Inter­view Mis­takes

The 3 Most Com­mon Job Inter­view Mis­takes and how to over­come them… Recent­ly I inter­viewed Debra Bar­it who is an expert in help­ing peo­ple pre­pare them­selves for that all impor­tant job inter­view. Debra gave some spe­cial tips and I want to share 3 real­ly great ones with you. (Watch out for my video inter­view with Debra – com­ing in the next cou­ple of …

How to Speak Eng­lish Clear­ly Pod­cast

Pod­cast: Suc­cess tips to Speak Eng­lish Clear­ly! Lis­ten to my pod­cast! I was asked to be a guest speak­er on Ben Worthington’s IELTS pod­cast, to help his stu­dents speak Eng­lish clear­ly and use cor­rect pro­nun­ci­a­tion. This pod­cast con­tains loads of help­ful tips for non-native speak­ers who want to speak Eng­lish clear­ly In this pod­cast you will learn about:  How to …

Speak flu­id Eng­lish. Go with the Flow! Pt 1

Be flu­ent in Eng­lish, like native by learn­ing how to speak with flu­id Eng­lish Speak­ing flow­ing, flu­id Eng­lish is a prob­lem for many peo­ple whose orig­i­nal lan­guage is a syl­la­ble timed lan­guage. What do I mean by this?  They find it dif­fi­cult to link words in sen­tences so they flow effort­less­ly and sound flu­id. Eng­lish is a stressed timed lan­guage. …

Speak flu­id Eng­lish. Go with the Flow! Pt 2

Learn How to go with the Flow and Speak Flu­id Eng­lish Peo­ple often tell me they have been work­ing on their Eng­lish clar­i­ty and have mas­tered the pro­nun­ci­a­tion, but are frus­trat­ed because they find they still can’t speak flu­id Eng­lish- that is, with smooth, flow­ing sen­tences! The stress pat­tern in a word, phrase or sen­tence con­veys mean­ing and there­fore plays an impor­tant part in help­ing …