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You know that you need to use your voice more effectively when speaking English.
You get that intonation is important, even if you're not entirely sure how to use it... or if you're doing it right.
You're afraid you sound flat or monotone when you speak... or maybe your pitch is all over the place.
You want to feel confident that you’re expressing the right emotions, attitude, and meaning through your tone of voice.
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.
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.
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.
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
Have you noticed that Americans and Brits pronounce words quite differently? You might be able to hear that some vowel sounds are completely different. After all, vowel sounds do vary quite a lot between...Read More and Watch the Video
Ready to learn how to use rising intonation? In this article and video, we’re going to talk about how to use rising intonation in order to ask questions in American English. At the end,...Read More and Watch the Video
If you’ve been hanging around here for even a little while, you’ve probably heard me talk about the importance of intonation in American English. Intonation is like the music of English. It’s how our voices...Read More and Watch the Video
Have you noticed that when you use informal contractions like “gonna,” “wanna,” “dunno,” “hafta,” you don’t exactly sound like an American? 🤔 In fact, if you’re not careful, using these informal contractions can actually draw more...Read More and Watch the Video
Have you practiced your pitch recently? If not, I encourage you to get started with these pitch exercises now so that you can be more easily understood by native English speakers. Learning to change...Read More and Watch the Video
If you’re like most non-native speakers, you’re probably concerned about whether people understand you when you’re speaking English. In this video, we’re going to talk about five reasons that native English speakers may not understand...Read More and Watch the Video