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Connected speech here? | A Quick Question

Get a quick answer and explanation about connecting speech in English.

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Rhythm Practice: Stress + De-Stress | English Pronunciation Lesson

Practice the music and rhythm of English by playing with the words in sentences.

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Emphasis in English | English Pronunciation Lesson

See how native English speakers use the music of English to express meaning or emotion that is not expressed directly through words.

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Syllable Stress + Pronunciation Practice | Months of the Year

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

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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Same Verbs and Nouns + Syllable Stress | English Pronunciation Lesson

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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Pronunciation + Listening Practice in English | Ep. 2

Practice the transformation of pronunciation in this question and answer to improve your speaking and listening skills in Episode 2.

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Pronunciation + Listening Practice in English! | Stress, Rhythm, Connected Speech, Deletion & Transformation

Practice your English pronunciation, including stress, rhythm, connected speech, deletion and transformation, while improving your listening skills!

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[ə]: The De-Stressed Schwa Vowel Sound | Part 2 | English Pronunciation Lesson

Practice de-stressing function words in English down to a schwa [ə] as an important part of creating rhythm and music in your speech.

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[ə]: The De-Stressed Schwa Vowel Sound | Part 1 | English Pronunciation Lesson

Practice the most de-stressed sound in English as an important part of creating rhythm and music in your speech.

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