Improve Your English Pronunciation!


When students speak English, their pronunciation often sounds strange. What’s the biggest reason? The answer might surprise you! The biggest problem with students’ pronunciation is usually RHYTHM! English pronunciation goes up and down, and this up and down movement is not easy to learn. However, if you can do it, your pronunciation will very quickly sound very natural.

 

  You can practice using natural English rhythm using this English pronunciation video I made for my students. Another good way to learn English rhythm naturally is through songs. The up and down rhythm of English comes through naturally, and listening to songs is easy! Watch this video to learn English rhythm through songs. The up and down rhythm of English comes through naturally, and listening to songs is easy! Watch this video to learn English rhythm through songs.

To use natural English rhythm, vowels (A, E, I, O and U) are very important. It is the vowels that can go up (if they are “stressed”) or that can do down (if they are “unstressed” or “reduced”).

The difficult thing is that English has only five vowels but those five vowels can make 15 different vowel sounds in standard American English. You can learn about English vowels here. Later, you can click here for more practice with English vowels.

So, do you want MORE practice? Okay! Try this video for practicing English sentences and this English video too, until you can repeat the sentences smoothly. At first it may be difficult, but with practice you will become truly fluent in English!

Good luck with your English learning!
source :http//www.Learn English Pronunciation.com

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