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Natural English Rhythm: Abbreviations, Numbers, Names

The key to more natural English rhythm is understanding what is emphasized and what falls into the background. In this lesson, I'll share 7 tips to help you sound more natural in your daily conversations when using abbreviations as well as sharing numbers and names. Be sure to grab the FREE...

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How to Say English Letters: American English Alphabet Pronunciation

You have to use the alphabet to spell things out ALL the time! Your name, your street, a confusing word… but what if you struggle to pronounce English letters??? It can be SO frustrating! In this lesson, you'll learn how to pronounce the English alphabet letters clearly and I'll share a...

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English Speaking Practice: Compound Nouns and Descriptive Phrases

One of the keys to sounding more natural in your spoken English is mastering the rhythm of the language. There are patterns for pronouncing certain types of words and phrases. Learning these can really help you in perfecting your fluency and flow. In this lesson, we'll practice speaking compound...

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An American Accent Tip to Help you Sound More Natural Today

In this American accent quick tip lesson, you’ll learn how to sound more natural when making plans, scheduling appointments, or discussing events and even the weather! This is a tip you can learn today, practice tonight and use tomorrow!

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Didja Know About This? A Tip to Better Understand Native English Questions

Wouldja like to know more about how native English speakers combine and reduce words, especially in questions? Oh you're gonna love this lesson! Some funny things happen when Ts and Ds pair up with "you" and "your."  

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More Help Understanding Native English: 19 SUPER Common Word PAIRS that Reduce

GONNA, COULDA, HAFTA, LOTSA- what??? Another reason native speakers can be hard to understand is we combine common word pairs- ALL the time! In this lesson, you will learn about 19 of these SUPER common word pairs. Knowing these everyday reductions can help you sound more natural and native in...

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Pronounce English Words Correctly: 5 Common Suffixes

Pronounce hundreds of English words correctly by learning how 5 SUPER COMMON suffixes are pronounced AND how they impact stress patterns within words. This will help immensely if your goal is to sound more clear and natural in your spoken English. Be sure to grab your FREE Common Suffixes...

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How to say words like CERTAIN and MOUNTAIN | Glottal Stop, Glottal T

Yet another funny thing Americans do with the T sound! In this American Accent lesson you'll learn all about the Glottal Stop, or the Glottal T, which you hear when native speakers pronounce words like certain, mountain and button.

Key Takeaways:

1) The Glottal Stop/Glottal T is pronounced in...

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10 Common English Words You (Might) Mispronounce | Common Mistakes

Some very common English words appear to lose a syllable when spoken by native speakers. In this American accent lesson, you'll learn about 10 of these words that aren't pronounced the way you would expect by looking at the written word. Fixing these common mistakes will help you in your journey...

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How To Say the TH Sound and R Sound Together | American Accent Training

In this American accent lesson you will learn how to say the TH sound and R sound together in words like three/through/throw and phrases like "over there" and "for them."

Key Takeaways:

1) The sides of the tongue are already connecting with the inside of the back top teeth as you...

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