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Silent Sounds in English | English Pronunciation Lesson


Practice the pronunciation of words in English with silent consonant sounds, so that you don't get confused by the spelling.

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-ed ending: [t], [d] or [Id] | Slow Practice | English Pronunciation Lesson

-ed ending slow elemental english

Practice the 3 sounds of the -ed ending, [t], [d] and [ɪd], nice and slowly with this lesson.

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Consonant Clusters | English Pronunciation Lesson


Practice changing the sounds of groups of consonants in words to speak with more efficiency and music, like a native English speaker.

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Consonant + Vowel Connected Speech | English Pronunciation Lesson

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One important way in which native English speakers add musicality to their speech is to connect consonants to vowel sounds (C+V). Practice C+ V with this lesson.

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Syllable Stress + Pronunciation Practice | Months of the Year

syllable stress months 620 elemental english

Practice stressing and de-stressing syllables to create the music of English in your speech with the months of the year.

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De-stressed Function Words | English Pronunciation Lesson

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Understand native English speakers better and improve the music of your English speech by practicing de-stressing function words with this lesson.

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Very, pretty, so, really | Intensifiers in English

very pretty so elemental english 620

Practice using the words "very", "pretty", "so" and "really" to describe the extent or amount of something in everyday, casual English.

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Already, Yet, Still | English Grammar Lesson

already yet still elemental english

"Already", "yet" and "still" are words we use to add time references to our sentences, especially when using the present perfect tense.

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Same Verbs and Nouns + Syllable Stress | English Pronunciation Lesson

verb noun stress elemental english

When a noun/adjective is spelled the exact same was as a verb in English, distinguish the two sounds by shifting their syllable stress.

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Future Verb Tense: “will”, “going to”, “gonna” | English Grammar Lesson


This lesson will help you talk about the future with the verbs "will", "going to" and "gonna".

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