LISTEN TO PRONUNCIATION TIPS & FEEDBACK

Listen to Georgie, Speech Active’s Founder give feedback to non-native English speakers. Georgie listens to their voicemail greeting recording and then gives some top tips on improving English pronunciation and English accent. 

English Pronunciation Tips & Feedback for a Speaker of an Indian Language

Do you have an Indian accent? Would you like to neutralise it? Hear Georgie‘s feedback for this person with an Indian accent. You will be introduced to important double (diphthong) vowels, a common problem with consonant sounds and most importantly – improving word stress and emphasis in English. Find out more about our comprehensive English Pronunciation Course For Speakers From India. 

English Pronunciation Tips & Feedback for a Farsi – Persian Speaker

Listen to this feedback to hear about some common problems Farsi speakers have with English pronunciation. This Farsi speaker’s pronunciation is very good. Georgie has some tips for how he can improve his pronunciation further. Hear her feedback on his word stress (emphasis), rate of speaking and how words like ‘another’ and ‘London’ are commonly mispronounced by non-native speakers. Find out more about our comprehensive English Pronunciation Course for Farsi / Persian Speakers. 

English Pronunciation Tips & Feedback for an Arabic Speaker

Arabic has a small number of vowel sounds compared with English. As a result, Arabic speakers often have difficulty making a number of English vowels correctly. Find out more by listening to Georgie’s feedback for this Arabic speaker.  Improve your English pronunciation and accent with our comprehensive English Pronunciation Course for Arabic Speakers. 

English Pronunciation Tips & Feedback for Russian Speakers

Hear Georgie’s feedback on 3 areas this Russian speaker should improve for clearer, more correct English pronunciation. Learn more about word stress, weak vowels and the long vowel /i:/. Improving these areas will neutralise this person’s Russian accent and improve her English accent. Find out more about our comprehensive English Pronunciation Course for Russian Speakers. 

Find out why Russian speakers should change their mouth position when they speak English. Learn about how Russian speakers can improve their word stress and sentence stress (emphasis) in English. Hear some feedback on vowels sounds and other areas too.

English Pronunciation Tips & Feedback for Spanish Speakers

Hear Georgie’s feedback on how this Spanish speaker can improve their syllable stress to make their English clearer and more engaging for listeners. Using good syllable stress is essential for being easily understood and communicating effectively in the workplace and in job interviews. Find out more about our comprehensive English Pronunciation for Spanish Speakers. 

Hear Georgie’s feedback for this Spanish speaker on problems with some English vowel sounds. Find out about some other very common issues that Spanish speakers have with English pronunciation.

English Pronunciation Tips & Feedback for a Vietnamese Speaker

Do you have difficulty pronouncing sounds at the ends of words in English? Are you pronouncing past tense ‘ed’ ending correctly, for example at the ends of the words ‘looked’ and ‘shopped’? Hear Georgie’s feedback for this Vietnamese speaker on their word endings and vowel sounds. Learn more about what areas Vietnamese speakers should improve for clearer English pronunciation. Find out more about our comprehensive, tailored  English Pronunciation Course For Vietnamese Speakers. 

English Pronunciation Tips & Feedback for a Korean Speaker

Hear three areas that this Korean speaker should improve for clearer English. Find out about why word stress (emphasis) is so important for Korean speakers. Hear about some vowels that Korean speakers often find challenging. Find out more about our comprehensive tailored English Pronunciation Course for Korean Speakers. 

English Pronunciation Tips & Feedback for a Malay Speaker

Malay speakers and speakers of Malaysian English often use a flatter pitch and tone compared to native English speakers. Do you feel like your English is flatter than a native speaker? Hear Georgie’s feedback about this and find out about some vowels that Malay speakers mispronounce. Find out more about our comprehensive English Pronunciation Course For Malay Speakers. 

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Are you sometimes using flat, even word stress? Are you sometimes stressing the incorrect syllable?  Practice good word stress with the video below. Click to learn more and practice better English word stress.

Many languages have fewer vowels than English. As a result, many non-native speakers mispronounce the diphthong vowel //, pronouncing it more like a single vowel, like in the word ‘won’t’ in the video below. Practice all the English Vowel Sounds

Do people sometimes misunderstand you when you’re spelling your name or email address? Do they sometimes misunderstand your numbers for example 13 and 30, or 18 and 80? Fix these issues so you can provide your details with more confidence. 

If you’re looking for work or already working in an English speaking country, a clear professional voicemail greeting is a must-have. This video includes a script and will help you record a clear, professional voicemail greeting.

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