Neutralise Your Accent-Words With Invisible Syllables

Neutralize Your Accent-Words With Invisible Syllables

Words with ‘invisible syllables’ can be tricky to pronounce because what you see isn’t what you say! Words with invisible syllables, means words where we don’t say one of the syllables in a word written with 3 or more syllables. A word in English can be broken down into letters, and also syllables. It’s important to know which syllables are …

English Communication Skills- 8 Top Soft Skills Employers Look For

There are lots of different aspects to English communication skills, and some of them have come to be known as “soft skills’. Soft skills can be defined as interpersonal skills that you use when you work and interact with others. These skills are important because you need these skills as well as your professional technical skills, to be able to …

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 …

English pronunciation of words that end in 'ly'

English Pronunciation of words ending in ‘ly’. Why you struggle.

Why you struggle in English pronunciation of words ending in ‘ly’, is because often it becomes part of a consonant blend.  Two or even three consonants said together in a row. For English pronunciation of  words ending in ‘ly’,  first you need to make sure you are saying the English /l/ correctly. Then you need to think of the ‘ly’ …

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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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5 Quick Accent Reduction Tips That Make All The Difference

Accent Reduction Tip 1- a trick to help you pronounce the voiced and voiceless ‘th’ sounds more easily Besides holding your tongue out between your teeth long enough, and not flicking it back too quickly, there’s also another tip you need to know.   As you hold your tongue out  between your top and bottom teeth, you also need to …

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How To Pronounce 10 Difficult English Words- Audio Lesson

I have had some requests from students to help them pronounce certain difficult English words, and I thought I would share them with you as well. It’s important to attune your ear to hear which syllables in longer English words are said as the weak form or de- stressed and which syllables are said as the strong form or stressed. …

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Speak English Well …. You Need To Know About The ‘W’ Mystery

To speak English clearly and confidently, you need to know about the ‘w’ mystery! The ‘w’ mystery is a trick that fluent English speakers know about, that takes their English pronunciation to a higher level. Speak English Well- What is the secret of the  ‘W’ mystery? To speak  English well, you need to  speak it  with the right English stress …

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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 …

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, …