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Learn how to speak more clearly and effectively
so that you are more easily understood by native speakers!

Want to sound more natural?

Through five video lessons, you'll improve your pronunciation, reduce your accent, and increase the clarity and impact of your speech.

Stop wondering what you should focus on first and start taking steps towards your goal of speaking more like a native English speaker.

Learn exactly what you need to do right now so that you speak more clearly and are more easily understood.

Ready to take action to improve how you sound when speaking?

Work with me to improve your pronunciation, stress, and intonation so that your message is clearly understood. Learn how to use your voice and breath to convey your meaning and create the natural rhythm and music of spoken English.

Stress Simplified

To speak English clearly and effectively, you need to understand how to consistently stress words.

In this step-by-step program, you'll learn how to control your pitch, vary your volume, and lengthen key syllables.

You'll find out how to emphasize the right words so that you sound less choppy and more fluid and your meaning is completely clear.

Intonation Clinic

In the Intonation Clinic, you'll learn how to create the melody and music of English with your voice.

Through detailed videos and tons of practice exercises, you'll start expressing the right emotions, attitude, and meaning through your tone of voice.

You'll sound more interesting, more engaging, and more natural when you speak.

Express Yourself Naturally

Want to join both Stress Simplified and Intonation Clinic? Consider the Express Yourself Naturally bundle.

You'll get immediate access to both accent reduction programs, as well as 30 Days of Intonation and Conversation Anatomy, which are currently only available inside this bundle.

Check Out My Resources on Pronunciation, Stress, and Intonation

How to Say “I don’t know” with the Right Tone in American English

 Let’s look at a simple expression that is said so often by native speakers that it has its own recognizable stress and intonation pattern: I don’t know. In fact, we say “I don’t know”...

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Understand Stress and Tone: How to Ask “What was that?” With Different Intonation Patterns

 Let’s look at how stress and tone work together to create recognizable intonation patterns. We’ll examine the question “What was that?” This brief question can be used to politely ask someone to repeat themselves,...

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Learn How to Say “Really?!” to Express Different Emotions with Your Tone

 Let’s look at all you can do with a simple word that is incredibly common in American English: really. This two-syllable word can be used to express strong emotions and attitudes, all by changing...

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Four Elements of a Natural-Sounding Accent in American English

 Sound familiar? I came here [to the US] and realized how truly limited my English was, and it was very scary. I soon realized it wasn’t going to be hard to learn – it...

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How to Stress Phrases with “And” to Create the Natural Rhythm of English [Stress Patterns]

One of the reasons that non-native speakers struggle to sound natural in English is that they have trouble hearing the natural rhythm of the language. A key element of producing the natural rhythm of English...

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Five Reasons You Need to Slow Down to Reduce Your Accent and Speak English More Clearly

I’m about to give you a piece of advice that may seem a little hypocritical, but I’d like for you to hear me out. Today I’m going to encourage you to slow down when speaking...

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