Improve Your Accent: Pronunciation, Stress, and Intonation

Learn to communicate well and connect in conversations in English with these articles and video lessons

Communicate Clearly and Confidently in American English – Four Ways to Use Your Voice

One of the biggest concerns I hear from my clients and students is that they want how they sound in English to reflect the quality of their ideas. In other words, they want to communicate clearly and confidently, so that other people can easily understand and follow what they’re saying. … Read the article and watch the video lesson

Show You’re Listening with Intonation – Short Questions and Responses For Better Conversations in English

Go on… What happened? I know! Seriously?! No way! Want to have better conversations in English? Then show you’re listening and interested by using short expressions and questions that reflect how you feel through your intonation. These expressions and questions are rejoinders or short responses that show you’re actively participating … Read the article and watch the video lesson

How to STRESS All 50 US States Like an American ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ Word Stress Practice

Improve Your American Accent ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ Advanced Pronunciation Secrets for a More Natural Accent

So you’ve been working on your accent and trying to sound more American when speaking English! You’ve been fixing your consonants, working on your vowel sounds, and even starting to play around with how you use your voice. But you feel like you might be missing some essential elements of … Read the article and watch the video lesson

Learn to Like Your Voice and How You Sound When Speaking English (Or Any Language)

Let’s be honest with each other. Do you like your voice when you speak English? Are you comfortable with how you sound when speaking English? Or do you find it challenging to listen to your accent? Does hearing your voice make you feel insecure or self-conscious because you don’t sound … Read the article and watch the video lesson

Asked to Repeat Yourself? What to Do When You Have to Repeat a Word or Idea in English

I’m sorry, I didn’t catch that. Could you repeat what you said? Would you mind saying that again? As a non-native speaker, you’ll be asked to repeat yourself every once in a while. Maybe you mispronounced a word, used language that didn’t quite work, or the other person simply didn’t … Read the article and watch the video lesson

Intonation Challenge - Learn to Change Your Tone to Express Your Meaning

Improve Your Intonation

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Withย five short video lessons, you will learn how to control your pitch, change your tone of voice, and express your meaning clearly through intonation.