You’re an expat who’s trying to break through the “foreign-accent” prejudice in your career. No matter what they tell you about accent not being that important, you know how it changes the future.
When given an option between to equally skilled candidates, the HR will always lean towards the one with clearer speech because clear speech represents the company well.
You know you need to work on your accent, but where do you start? There’s no time going over thick pronunciation books and long courses. And do you really need to practice every sound? What if you only had 5 days to speak more like a native, what would you focus on?
It took me some time to discover that pronunciation is not about drilling you to pronounce isolated sounds and words, it’s about developing the ability to understand and produce a fluent English speech.
This led me to creating this course. If I only had 1 week to teach the most important, practical principles of English pronunciation, I would share these 5 basic principles that you will learn as soon as you enroll:
- English words always connect to each other. There are no “white spaces” or breaks in oral English!
- Some sounds are omitted (lost) from the flow of the English language.
- Some sounds are added to the flow of the English language.
- Some sounds are completely transformed.
- Conversational English never uses the standard “full Grammatical forms.”
Join this course to learn more about these 5 magic principles that will help you gain more confidence and freedom while speaking English.
I will explain each principle in a video and then give you a chance to practice using real-life phrases and text excerpts. After the course you will hear and speak English much differently than now. Join today!
Who this course is for:
- Students with a great desire to speak fluently
- Students who would love to understand “fast English” better
- Students who love working on their pronunciation
- Students who are tired of not understanding how the words link together
- Students who would like to speak as naturally and fluently as possible
- Basic pronunciation concepts
- Basic English Grammar (I will use very few terms)
- Basic rules of reading
- Intermediate Listening Comprehension skills (the course is in English)