Want to sound more natural in English?
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When you think of sounding like a native speaker, what comes to mind?
If you’re like most English learners, you’ve been focused on fluency: increasing your vocabulary, memorizing phrasal verbs, tweaking your grammar, and practicing your speaking on a regular basis.
Now you’re an advanced or near-fluent English speaker, and you want more.
That’s where I come in.
What if I told you that sounding natural in English is not just about fluency?
What if I told you that the key to sounding natural is actually about encouraging communication with others?
Sounding more natural in English involves developing and using advanced conversation skills that enable you to connect to others and engage in natural conversation.
Skills like softening your language, showing enthusiasm, demonstrating authority, and politely disagreeing. Skills like giving compliments, making invitations, and introducing yourself to new people.
Skills like expressing your emotions and attitude through stress and intonation, common phrases that actually reflect your ideas, and conversation strategies that help you achieve your goals by keeping communication going.
That’s what native speakers do. And you can learn how to do it too.
(And yes, pronunciation matters. But your stress and intonation matters more.)
Let me be your guide, your coach, and your teacher.