10 English Names You Should Check

Correct 10 Commonly Mispronounced English Names.

English words can look SO different to how we pronounce them – this also includes English names.

This is mostly because over the years English has borrowed many words and names from many different languages. 

I often hear non-native English speakers mispronounce the English names covered in this video.

With this video correctly English names you’ll learn the correct pronunciation for the following English names:

    – ‘Ian’. Many non-native English speakers pronounce ‘Ian’ more like ‘iron’. What’s the difference? 

    – Stuart and Stewart, Jeff and Geoff, Charlotte, Michelle, Sean and Shaun, Jane, Jen and Jan correctly, Amy, James, David

Correct over 10 very common English names that are commonly mispronounced with this quick video. 



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10 English Names You Should Check


Georgie Harding has assisted thousands of people from all over the world with improving their clarity and spoken English skills. A Speech Pathology degree (BAppSc(SpPathand CELTA qualifications and over 15 years of experience providing 1:1, group and online training make Georgie a leader in her field.  

Georgie is the creator the world’s leading English Pronunciation online courses that are tailored to the language background of the student and presents regularly at Universities.

If you’ve ever met Georgie or completed her award winning courses you’ll know how passionate she is about helping people move forward with better spoken English and more confidence. 

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