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Speak Eng­lish Nat­u­ral­ly- ‘wan­na and gonna’-AUDIO les­son

When we speak Eng­lish nat­u­ral­ly, like in any oth­er lan­guage, we some­times con­tract or devolve how we say things for speed and ease. Unless you are pro­nounc­ing Eng­lish as Queen Eliz­a­beth of Eng­land does, then to speak Eng­lish nat­u­ral­ly, we often con­tract two com­mon phras­es. These two phras­es are ‘going to’ and ‘want to.’ Oh and by the way, using …

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 …

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How long will it take to reduce my accent in Eng­lish?

How long will it take to reduce my accent in Eng­lish? This is the mil­lion dol­lar ques­tion! First­ly, you need to know that dif­fer­ent peo­ple have dif­fer­ent abil­i­ties to retain the accent they hear, and repro­duce it for them­selves. This is the same for people’s abil­i­ty to mim­ic how a native Eng­lish speak­er is pro­nounc­ing Eng­lish. Dif­fer­ent peo­ple need dif­fer­ing …

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Pro­nounce Eng­lish Like a Native Eng­lish Speak­er- Super Use­ful Tip-Audio les­son

A super use­ful tip to pro­nounce Eng­lish like a native speak­er is to use con­trac­tions when you speak. Oth­er­wise, your speech sounds very for­mal, and not spon­ta­neous like a native Eng­lish speak­er. When you use con­trac­tions in your speech, it makes your sen­tences flow more nat­u­ral­ly with bet­ter Eng­lish rhythm. Clients have told me that they don’t use con­trac­tions because …

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How To Improve Your Eng­lish Accent – WHERE TO START

Are you some­one who wants to improve your Eng­lish accent but don’t know where to start? If that’s you,  this arti­cle is def­i­nite­ly going to help you and give you great tips. How To Improve Your Eng­lish Accent- Where to start Tip 1 To Improve Your Eng­lish Accent Start with what you know you have trou­ble with-  Don’t avoid it …

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 …

Mas­ter Voiced and Voice­less Con­so­nants in Eng­lish: VIDEO

VIDEO: watch the video above to learn how to say voiced and voice­less con­so­nants in Eng­lish. Mas­ter­ing Eng­lish Voiced and Voice­less Con­so­nants Do you say chump instead of jump? Or Rice instead of rise? Or bin instead of pin? These are com­mon mis­takes in Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion. The trick is learn­ing how to make the dif­fer­ence between voiced and voice­less con­so­nants, …

Eng­lish Pro­nun­ci­a­tion. What They Don’t Teach You That You Need To Know. Audio Les­son

If you want to sound like a native Eng­lish speak­er with your Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion, you need to know about a few speech ele­ments that are not usu­al­ly talked about. What they don’t teach you, and you need to know, is to make sure you aspi­rate your con­so­nants, espe­cial­ly the unvoiced ones. Aspi­rat­ing your con­so­nants is a key ele­ment for clear …

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 …