Rob has a received pronunciation accent & he can do a South African accent as he studies there. Also, the dialectic grammatical and lexical differences between the two are discussed
English native-speaker teachers having a natural discussion about general stereotypes of the British. In this 'Real and Relevant English Conversation' podcast, you've got Melissa Humphreys and Bren Brennan. They have known each other for a long time, so that's why the conversation is quite lively and jokey :)
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Synonyms of 'endless' (meaning 'having no limit' or 'a very large number') are highlighted in bold throughout. Watch the short videos to help with understanding the text.
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how do you say 'often'? With a 't', without a 't', or like The Queen?
Video, of received pronunciation speaking, mp3 of English teacher pronouncing the words and a poll to give your opinion about the correct way to say 'often'!!!
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Can you lose your accent? Should you lose your accent when speaking English?
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Do you want to speak like the Queen? Really?