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American English Vowel Sounds: The OH /oʊ/ as in ROSE

 

In this lesson, you’ll learn how to pronounce the OH as in ROSE vowel sound. You hear this sound in words like “home,” “control,” and “appropriate.”

You might think this sound is pretty easy and you’ve already got it just right. But you may be...

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Common Mispronounced Words: The Invisible Y Secret

 

In this lesson, I'll let you in on the Invisible Y secret- if you're not aware of this pattern you may be mispronouncing some very common words.


Practice sentences used in this lesson:

1) That’s a ridiculous accusation.

2) He has a fabulous sense of humor.

3) She couldn’t figure...

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How to Sound More Professional Speaking English

 

How about some quick, easy applicable tips to help you sound more professional when you speak English?

I've got you covered in this week's new lesson. :)

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Avoid These Words in Casual English Conversation

 

Have you noticed that there’s a difference in words used in written English vs. words used in spoken English?

Especially in academic writing and literature, the language used is more formal.

Whereas the words and sentences used in daily, casual conversation are simpler and more...

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How to Communicate Clearly Wearing a MASK

 

Mask wearing is here to stay for the foreseeable future and you’ve likely noticed that it can be a challenge to communicate clearly while wearing one.

So in this lesson I’m going to share 5 tips to help you communicate clearly and effectively while wearing a mask.

Let's dive in! ...

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Pronouncing English Words: When TU sounds like CH

 

In this lesson I’m gonna let you in on a little secret that will hopefully make several common words easier to pronounce.

Here it is: sometimes the letters T and U together actually sound like CH or the “ch” sound as in "cheese" and "chocolate."

This is not always the case, so...

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English Pronunciation Tip: Words that end in -ATE

 

"I'd recommend you separate these funds into a separate account."

Separate. Did you know that this word is pronounced two different ways in this sentence?

It's true.

In this lesson, we’re going to talk about how to pronounce the very common suffix or word...

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Natural English Rhythm: Compound Nouns and Phrasal Verbs

 

In this lesson we’re going to practice an essential element to more natural sounding rhythm in spoken English: word stress.

We’ll practice compound nouns and phrasal verbs together and you'll discover how shifting the emphasized word within a phrase can change its meaning and...

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Idioms and Phrases about LOVE ❤️❤️❤️

 

It’s February- the month of love right? With Valentine's day on the 14th, you may have romance on your mind, so I thought this would be a fun time to learn and practice some idioms and phrases about LOVE!

Let's dive in! 

Practice phrases and sentences used in this lesson:

1. My one and...

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10 Difficult English Words Explained

 

Squirrel. Murderer. Juror. Rural.

AGH!! Why are some English words SO hard to pronounce??

A lot of these challenging words have several of the toughest English sounds all smushed together in a few short syllables. The trick is to break these words down, syllable by syllable, and practice them in...

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