VIDEO: How to use Elision in English

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I am giving you one of the fantastic videos in my accent training program for FREE. I wanted to share it with you so you can learn how to use elision in English and sound more natural when you speak.

Speak like a Native by Mastering Elision in English

Watch my video above to learn how to perfect linking in English. Linking words and sentences together will make you sound more natural and fluent in English. Use my video to practise Elision and soon your English will sound natural and linking will become effortless for you.

Make your Sentences Smooth and Flowing by Learning Elision in English

In this video you will learn:

– How to join words so they sound fluid

– How to join words ending with a consonant and beginning with a vowel

– Linking words with the final /r/ consonant

– linking words that end and begin with vowel sounds

– How to insert the /w/ and /r/ sounds between words to make your speech more fluid

and more!

Best Wishes,


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Comments 4

  1. Your website didn’t seem to be working. Also, should it be Practise speaking …. Instead of Practice speaking ……?

    1. Hi Richard, ‘practice’ is used in American English for both the verb and the noun, where as ‘practise’ is used for the verb in British and Australian English. (P.s. I have fixed the links to the Accent Programs above – was that what was not working? Thanks.)

    1. Hi Richard, you can’t use them interchangeably like ‘practise’ and ‘practice’. ‘Advice’ is always used as the noun and ‘advise’ is only ever used as the verb. This rule is the same for all three – British, Australian and American English. Also note that unlike ‘practise’ and ‘practice’, ‘advice’ and ‘advise’ are pronounced differently.

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