Why You don't Speak Flowing English

Why You Don’t Speak Flowing English

One of my students said it all the other day. She said she finally got it. She realised the reason people don’t speak flowing English is they forget to link it up once they learn to how to pronounce English clearly. She said she was so busy being careful to pronounce every word and sound, that she didn’t realise that …

How Bonnie Learnt To Speak Like A Native In English

Meet Bonnie Lifang. Bonnie who is originally from China, moved to Australia to pursue new opportunities. She was frustrated because no matter how hard she tried, or how much she spoke with her local friends, she still had a very strong Chinese accent. She found it difficult to pronounce certain words and sounds in English, especially multi-syllabic words, and she wanted people to understand her …

Discover How Kazu’s English Pronunciation Training Helped Him Succeed in His Career…

Meet Kazuhiro Imafuku. Kazu who is originally from Japan, moved to America to pursue his acting career. Kazu was frustrated because he had a very strong accent when he spoke English and he felt embarrassed when he made mistakes in English. Kazu had difficulty pronouncing English consonants and vowels correctly because he didn’t know how to move his mouth to …

English pronunciation- stress and rhythm for English speech fluency

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 …