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English, Better English Pronunciation Course

This American English Pronunciation Course Will Help You Improve Your Pronunciation, Reduce Your Accent, And Speak More Clearly. 600 Words/sentences Recorded By A Native Speaker, And A Free Personal Pronunciation Evaluation By A Native Teacher!

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    Sea Animals Pronunciation for Children (with videos)

    Children will dive for the seabed discovering sea animals in English in a fun way while seen moving, listen to their pronunciation in English how to write and read.\r \r This educational video is suitable for preschool and primary aged 4 to 8 years and ...

    Students finding their ‘English’ voices

    The school uses Imagine Learning software to help students learn English by teaching them the phonetics of the language, as well as allowing them to record their own voices so they can improve pronunciation. LaPlace Elementary was recognized for its high ...

    English proficiency boosts new opportunities

    Whether you are reading news, checking sports scores, or watching an entertainment video, you can enjoy English learning activities which cover listening, reading, pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension. Today's CNN news stories are today's ...

    Received pronunciation may be dying out – but its passing is long overdue

    The latest to weigh in is the writer and critic Jonathan Meades, in a column mourning the decline of received pronunciation (RP). Meades argues that the accent – also known as the Queen’s English or BBC English – should be regarded as “a sort of ...

    Received pronunciation and social mobility

    Sir, I was intrigued by Jonathan Meades’s remarks on an apparent decline in the prestige of Received Pronunciation (“Queen’s English does not deserve its snobby status, critic declares”, May 22). In fact for a “minority” accent (linguists ...

    English spelling reform

    Just that in some uses it gets reduced/devoiced to "haf", and in some it doesn't. I only have one pronunciation for ‘have’ (British English), and it is natural to interpret ‘to have to’ as ‘to have an obligation to’. My 'have to' meaning ...

    The Queen's English doesn't deserve to be hounded off TV and radio for sounding posh, says writer who insists it's a tool of social mobility

    Writer and critic Jonathan Meades says received pronunciation (RP) - otherwise known as the Queen's English or BBC English - should be championed and used to 'better oneself'. Speaking about the decline of RP, Mr Meades lamented that people today favour ...

    Pronunciation: How native speakers say TO, FOR, FROM in English

    Learn English for free with 1277 video lessons by experienced native-speaker teachers. Classes cover English grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, IELTS, TOEFL, and more. Join millions of ESL students worldwide who are improving their English every day with ...

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