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Udemy - British Pronunciation & Accent

22 Apr 2022, 11:10
Udemy - British Pronunciation & Accent
Instructors: Jessica Parish | 3 sections * 17 lectures * 1h 43m total length
Video: MP4 1280x720 44 KHz | English + Sub | Updated 4/2022 | Size: 1.1212 GB

techniques and linking sounds
What you'll learn
British Pronunciation and intonation
Sentence stress and rhythm
Voice Placement of an accent
Linking sounds
Intermediate to Advanced / Proficient English
This is a course for intermediate to advanced learners of English who aim to develop pronunciation and listening skills to make your English more natural and fluent.
By using real examples of listening: interviews, music and excerpt of series such as Lucifer, we will break down how British English RP is used and this extends to all other dialects around the world.
Learn the intricacies of the fluent speech: all five types of liking sounds paired with intonation, stress, rhythm and even something very little spoken of: voice placement and how to develop your speaking by using shadowing and humming techniques. Take some of the extra activities and do them in your own time learning and picking up the details at your own pace and then check on the following lesson what the answers are to know you're on the right path.
Whether you're doing this for yourself for a trip of for work - I am sure you'll feel a huge different in your English from the beginning to the end. And I make sure I remind of that by setting challenges you can compare progress.
Make sure you then share that with me - I'll be following you along, just contact me if you need it and I'll be sure to give you a very specific and detailed feedback - after all, pronunciation is about communication.
I am happy to have you as my student!
Who this course is for:English as a second language learners

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