Speak English Naturally- gonna and wanna- Audio Lesson

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 …