Episode #50

15 Minute Morning Pronunciation Practice for English Learners

00:17:49 minutes long
audio file size: 24.9 mb
  • 50. 15 Minute Morning Pronunciation Practice for English Learners 00:00

In this episode, I’m going to share with you the ideal morning pronunciation practice for your English.

To watch the daily practice on video: http://theaccentsway.com/pronunciation-practice-english

Now, here’s the thing. Pronunciation is, basically, knowing how to use your muscles, your articulation organs. And as muscles, they need to be trained and you need to build up your muscle. And in order for you to master the sounds of English and to be in command and control of your tongue, which you should be, you need to exercise it. This is why I created these exercises for you that you can do every single day.

Do this 15-minute practice every morning before you start your day, or before an important meeting, and you’ll feel the difference.

More videos about voice and vocabulary drills:
Do you change your voice when you speak English? Here’s why: https://theaccentsway.com/change-your-voice-in-english/

How to Use Your Voice in ENGLISH to Sound Powerful and Confident: https://theaccentsway.com/improve-your-speaking-voice-in-english/

How To Learn New Vocabulary? Build Pronunciation Confidence 🔥 https://theaccentsway.com/how-to-learn-new-vocabulary/

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One Response

  1. Dear Hadar !
    I became very glad when I received your email with your new video and podcast. Today, all the morning I have spent with seeing a doctor, what isn’t an absolutely pleasant activity. So, it was my reward to receive your email. I really enjoyed your mimics, the language of your face-expression and of course, your absolutely professional vocal repertory. (I am so glad to recognize in your presentation the presence of Julia from New York.) I would like to congratulate for the superb achievement and thank you so much for sending it to me. I am sure I will use it as you suggested. Laszlo

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