Pronunciation Marathon

Hello dear students! Today is the official start of the pronunciation marathon! It is a while week during which I will post a video every day. Each video will include a pronunciation tip and a tongue twister.

I have created a document with more tongue twisters in case you master the ones I give in the videos too quickly.

You can download it for FREE

>>>>>>> Tongue Twisters <<<<<<<<

Tongue Twisters

 

Here is DAY 1! (Don’t miss any of the pronunciation marathon videos and subscribe to the channel)

 

So, did you like the first tip of the marathon? Let me know in the comment section below.

Keep on learning! Xoxo

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The Best Way to Improve Your Pronunciation Alone!

It can be quite difficult to learn and practice English on your own, and even more if you are studying at home and not in a school or an academy. And I would say that the most difficult thing to improve on your own is pronunciation!

But there is a solution that I think you will like because it’s easy and convenient!

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What you need:

  • A smartphone
  • words/sentences to practice pronunciation with (tongue twisters for example)

How to do it:

Basically you need Siri or the alternative versions that you find for Microsoft or Android phones. You have to set it to English though, otherwise it just doesn’t work.

Once it is set in English, just practice reading and saying things to Siri. The advantage is that it shows what you said on the screen and if you say it incorrectly Siri will tell you that he/she didn’t understand and you will be able to see what words are problematic for you when it comes to pronunciation.

And that’s it! Of course, a proper teacher that can personally correct your mistakes is always better but this is the closest alternative I have found so far.

 

You should also check this Youtube channel English With Lucy. It’s run by a friend of mine, who is also a teacher and she creates great videos for English learners. The videos are short, funny and you can usually add subtitles! Go check out her channel and tell her I sent you.

Here is one of her videos on pronunciation (I though that would be pretty appropriate right!?).

 

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