Time Flies When You’re Having Fun!
A New Year means New Beginnings. But for some reason I wanted to reflect back and review some of my favorite recordings, and tell you about the most popularly viewed recordings. I can’t believe it but the recording called, Ring, Ring Hello! currently has over 1,000 listeners. It’s been played in over 50 Countries. You never know what is going to become popular. Unless it’s stuck on constant replay-it must be a favorite somewhere!
Listen to My Personal Picks and you will hear my favorite lessons for you
If you’d like to see my playlists (and listen to all 98 lessons) LOOK HERE
We have a whole new year to keep learning from each other.
Are you ready?
Using Your Voice Like A Pro Learn how to stretch your voice and raise your pitch. This is the cornerstone of learning how to make your voice sound more natural and native to English. Raising your pitch while placing stress on words will help the listener hear what you are saying! First let’s learn how […]
Practice the American English pronunciation when learning how to order sizes, flavors and menu choices from Starbucks. Let’s listen to some of the L pronunciations. I guarantee you will learn a new pronunciation in this lesson! Listen to this recording and review the words listed below.
while connecting “of” in your conversation
Listen to this lesson. The sentences used in this lesson are below
Understanding the English Melody
Let’s give some attention to those tiny, small words when we are talking.
Understanding the English melody, or the musicality of speaking, is an ebb and flow of emphasizing main words and reducing the little insignificant words in the same phrase. After all, we have to reduce some words in order to highlight the main words.
Pronouncing “Clothes” and Other Related Words!
American English pronunciation is so confusing because the spelling is unreliable. Today’s lesson is an example of the discrepancies of 5 words with similar spellings and their pronunciations. Wow! The good news, is that we will take care of a few of these challenging words right now!
In today’s lesson, we have words that are written the same but pronounced differently-and- words that are spelled differently and pronounced the same. American English is so weird! Listen to the following recording and read the descriptions of each word below! I encourage you to listen to the recording and read along. Then listen to the recording again and repeat the sentences without reading along! That way, you are practicing TALKING not READING!
You can do it!
English Pronunciation isn’t for the light-hearted. If only there were rules to follow and no exceptions to the rules in English pronunciation! Well, you can breathe easier with this lesson. Because once you study these two words, you will notice that there is a rule. Well, at least you can call it a “pronunciation prediction”! Listen to this podcast, and look at the practice phrases and sentences. Take a deep breath…You’ve got this!
There are a two ways to say the word “address.” How do you know if you are pronouncing it correctly? Listen to this podcast and while we are at it, let’s talk about how to say the number of the address and which words to stress in street names.
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