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Master American English Pronunciation: Speak Like A Native

Posted By: ELK1nG
Master American English Pronunciation: Speak Like A Native

Master American English Pronunciation: Speak Like A Native
Published 1/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 3.20 GB | Duration: 5h 15m

8 MINS OF DAILY PRACTICE

What you'll learn

Improve your overall pronunciation skills in American English and master all 44 vowel and consonant sounds, intonation, and stress patterns.

Increase your confidence in speaking American English by practicing tongue twisters and respelling

Develop your listening and reading skills by watching pre-recorded lectures with word lists to compare your own pronunciation to the model.

Gain the knowledge and skills needed to use the Key to Phonetic Respelling and identify areas for improvement.

Requirements

Intermediate level

Description

You tired of struggling with American English pronunciation? You ready to speak with confidence and fluency, just like a native speaker? Don't let another day go by feeling misunderstood. Enroll in my American Pronunciation Training course now and unlock your full potential as a speaker of American English!As a non-native speaker myself, I know how challenging it can be to stop criticizing yourself and start speaking confidently. Sometimes it feels like it's all for nothing. But trust me, it isn't. This program will not only equip you with the tools necessary to master American English pronunciation but it will also inspire you to make the 1 % of progress today and do the 100 % impossible for your dreams in the future.Overview of the training program: The American pronunciation training program is composed of 44 prerecorded lectures and pronunciation exercises to teach the techniques and strategies needed to improve American English pronunciation. The program includes workbooks with exercises and practice materials and was designed to help participants improve their overall pronunciation skills, with a focus on vowel and consonant sounds, intonation, and stress patterns. Main goals and objectives of the program:● To improve learners' overall pronunciation skills in American English, including vowel and consonant sounds, intonation, and stress patterns● To increase learners' confidence in speaking American English by providing opportunities to practice pronunciation skills● To develop learners' listening skills by providing access to prerecorded lectures to compare their own pronunciation to the model● To provide learners with the knowledge and skills needed to self-assess and identify areas for improvement in their own pronunciationSpecific techniques and strategies discussed: ● Techniques for producing vowel sounds, including mouth and tongue positioning, breathing, and vowel length ● Techniques for producing consonant sounds, including mouth and tongue positioning, airflow, and voicing ● Techniques for stressing and intonation, including word and sentence stress patterns, pitch, and tone ● Strategies for practicing and improving pronunciation skills, including recording and listening to oneself, and self-assessment● Strategies for dealing with common pronunciation challenges, such as difficult sound combinations or words with multiple meanings

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: How to pronounce the vowel sounds

Lecture 2 How to pronounce the sound EY (aid, hate, and day)

Lecture 3 How to pronounce the sound A (apple, can, hat)

Lecture 4 How to pronounce the sound EE (eat, see, tea)

Lecture 5 How to pronounce the sound E (end, head, bed)

Lecture 6 How to pronounce the sound AHY (I, ice, hide, deny)

Lecture 7 How to pronounce the sound I (ill, big, gift)

Lecture 8 How to pronounce the sound OH (owe, road, below)

Lecture 9 How to pronounce the sound AA (odd, hot, box)

Lecture 10 How to pronounce the sound YOO (youth, union, argue)

Lecture 11 How to pronounce the sound UH (up, mother, mud)

Lecture 12 How to pronounce the sound OO (ooze, food, soup)

Lecture 13 How to pronounce the sound AW (all, talk, lost, saw)

Lecture 14 How to pronounce the *other* OO (good, book, put)

Lecture 15 How to pronounce the sound OI (oil, choice, toy)

Section 3: How to pronounce the consonant sounds

Lecture 16 How to pronounce the sound ER (teacher, learn, water)

Lecture 17 How to pronounce the sound AR (arm, dark, bar)

Lecture 18 How to pronounce the sound OR (orange, short, door)

Lecture 19 How to pronounce the sound AIR (air, careful, wear)

Lecture 20 How to pronounce the sound UH (about, animal, problem, circus)

Lecture 21 How to pronounce the sound B (boy, baby, rob)

Lecture 22 How to pronounce the sound D (do, ladder, bed)

Lecture 23 How to pronounce the sound F (food, offer, safe)

Lecture 24 How to pronounce the sound G (get, bigger, dog)

Lecture 25 How to pronounce the sound H (happy, ahead)

Lecture 26 How to pronounce the sound J (jump, budget, age)

Lecture 27 How to pronounce the sound K (can, speaker, stick)

Lecture 28 How to pronounce the sound L (let, follow, still)

Lecture 29 How to pronounce the sound M (make, summer, time)

Lecture 30 How to pronounce the sound N (no, dinner, thin)

Lecture 31 How to pronounce the sound NG (singer, think, long)

Lecture 32 How to pronounce the sound P (put, apple, cut)

Lecture 33 How to pronounce the sound R (run, far, store)

Lecture 34 How to pronounce the sound S (sit, city, face)

Lecture 35 How to pronounce the sound SH (she, station, push)

Lecture 36 How to pronounce the sound T (top, better, cat)

Lecture 37 How to pronounce the sound CH (church, watching, nature, witch)

Lecture 38 How to pronounce the sound TH-voiceless (thirsty, nothing, math)

Lecture 39 How to pronounce the sound TH-voiced this, mother, breathe)

Lecture 40 How to pronounce the sound V ( very, seven, love)

Lecture 41 How to pronounce the sound W ( wear, away)

Lecture 42 How to pronounce the sound Y ( yes, onion)

Lecture 43 How to pronounce the sound Z (zoo, easy, buzz)

Lecture 44 How to pronounce the sound ZH (measure, television, beige)

Non-native speakers of English seeking to improve their communication skills for business or professional reasons, such as giving presentations, conducting meetings, or participating in job interviews.