English Accent – Don’t be Embarrassed- Don’t, Pronounce the P in These Words- AUDIO Lesson

Sometimes it can be embarrassing if you pronounce a silent letter in a word when you’re learning to speak with an English accent. Lots of people do this, because it’s confusing when the word is not said as it’s written! This is why it’s important to listen over and over to the English accent you want, so you make a …

The difference between a British RP and American accent

The difference between a British RP and American Accent-VIDEO

One of the differences between a British RP accent and American accent, is that some words of more than one syllable are said with different stress on the syllables. Also listen to the difference in the way the trainer pronounces the vowels in the words for the British RP accent or the American accent. This is another opportunity to practise …

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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 …

English pronunciation. How to pronounce the consonant blend qu

English Pronunciation Training. How to say the ‘qu’ consonant blend sound.

In this English Pronunciation training tip I will teach you how to say the ‘qu’ consonant blend  sound. I have included a voice recording for you below so you can copy me, and practise saying the ‘qu’ sound in words and sentences. Because ‘qu’ is a sound made by pronouncing the /k/ and /w/ sounds together, it is a consonant …

Pronounce English vowels the 'a' vowel

Vowel Pronunciation, ‘a’ vowel.

VIDEO: ‘a’ Vowel Pronunciation. Have you noticed that sometimes vowel pronunciation in English is hard because you can’t hear the difference between two different vowels? Well, you aren’t the only one!  Some vowels sound so close it is difficult. When you can hear the difference you will find it much easier to pronounce them as well.  The solution: Listen over …