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To speak English clearly and effectively, you need to understand how to consistently stress words.
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In this program, you'll discover the conversational uses of 30 common words, phrases, and expressions.
You’ll learn key intonation patterns in English and how to stress words and change your tone.
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So you’d like to improve your intonation? That’s awesome. Let’s talk about what you need to know in order to start working on your intonation in American English. But first, a quick introduction to intonation:...Read More and Watch the Video
If you have trouble pronouncing words in English, you’re not alone! I’m a native English speaker and an accent coach and there are still words that are challenging for me to pronounce. Today I’m...Read More and Watch the Video
Can you use your listening skills in order to reduce your accent and improve your pronunciation? That’s the question we’re going to answer today! In order to improve how you sound in English, you...Read More and Watch the Video
Let’s look at how to use stress and intonation with a common question that you can use for a variety of purposes: What do you think? Because this question asked so frequently, it often...Read More and Watch the Video
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”...Read More and Watch the Video
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,...Read More and Watch the Video