Improve Your English Accent
Tiffany’s Top 10 Pronunciation Tips on English Stress, Rhythm, and Melody

What you will learn

Speak with the rhythm of English

Link words together

Pause in the appropriate place

Apply the correct intonation to statements and questions.


Take this short course and FINALLY improve your pronunciation and fluency by practicing the most important aspects of English pronunciation. This pronunciation course is not about the specific consonant and vowel sounds of English. You can find great videos about how to produce the sounds on YouTube. But what I have discovered after teaching English for over ten years is that knowing how to produce the sounds is not enough. You need to learn the music of English if you want a more natural sounding accent. This course will help you improve your speaking and listening skills by practicing English stress, rhythm, and intonation. I provide my top 10 tips and tricks that have helped my students the most with their pronunciation.

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Tiffany is a native speaker of American English. She will be demonstrating the practice activities with an North American accent, but these tips apply to many other English accents too. If you want to speak more clearly or sound more like a native English speaker, this is the right course for you! It’s appropriate for intermediate to advanced English learners. I speak slightly slower than normal, but this course is not designed for beginners. It includes 10 videos with short explanations and practice activities as well as downloadable PDF assignments and quizzes. Because you’ll need some time to do your homework assignments after each practice video, Tiffany suggests doing learning one tip per day. Many students complete the course in about 10-14 days.




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Overview of Tiffany’s Top 10 Tips


Tip #1 – Stress important words and syllables
Practice Tip #1
Tip #2 – Spend time on stressed vowels
Practice Tip #2
Tip #3 – Reduce unstressed vowels to schwa
Practice Tip #3


Tip #4 – Pause between phrases
Practice Tip #4
Tip #5 – Link words within phrases
Practice Tip #5
Tip #6 – Mumble to keep the beat
Practice Tip #6


Tip #7 – Exaggerate pitch changes
Practice Tip #7
Tip #8 – Make statements rise-fall
Practice Tip #8
Tip #9 – Make Yes/No questions fall-rise
Practice Tip #9
Tip #10 – Make Wh- questions rise-fall
Practice Tip #10


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