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Copy the native English speakers in these videos with subtitles to speak English quickly. Copy 1 sentence until your English pronunciation is quicker & clearer.
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We can make predictions about things that we think will have happened by a certain point in the future using future perfect grammar. Pronounce contractions correctly with our free mp3 guide. Kate will definitely have had her baby by this time next week.
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Video of British native-speaker English teacher giving example sentences of English pronunciation. Use intonation to improve sentence stress & be clearly understood.
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A meaning of a word can be completely changed by wrong pronunciation and that's why a lot of English humour is based on mispronu
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Practise your English pronunciation for free by copying the sentences & recording your voice here. An SGI English teacher will reply & give you advice to help you improve your English accent.
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Soften your English accent by practising pronunciation of problematic sounds. Accent Training exercises on 'Th' sound with free mp3 of native speaker
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Lots of English words that are difficult to pronounce because of their strange spelling patterns...with a video of a native speaking English teacher trying to say all the words correctly
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There are 3 different ways to say -ed endings. The news about David Beckham's new baby gives us lots of chance to practise saying -ed.
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Barney talks about the key elements of English pronunciation and how you improve your pronunciation