15 VERY AMERICAN WORDS & PHRASES (& HOW TO PRONOUNCE THEM WITH AN AMERICAN ACCENT)
Today we’re talking about 15 very American words and phrases, and how you can pronounce them correctly with a very American accent. We will also show you some great examples on how to use each one. Have you ever wondered how to sound like a native English speaker from the USA?
30 Slang Words Related to Food and Drink
Grub: food Noms: food Chow: food Eats: food Munchies: snacks Nosh: snacks Grubbies: snacks Noshes: snacks Chow time: mealtime Grub crawl: going out to eat at multiple restaurants Booze: alcohol Sauce: alcohol Juice: alcohol Hootch: alcohol Brew: beer Cold ones: beer Booze cruise: going out drinking on a boat Sip:
Pronunciation of 28 English Words That Start with “U”
Here are some English words starting with “u” and their pronunciations: Under: un-der Unhappy: un-HAP-ee Unlike: un-LYKE Unpack: un-PAK Unsafe: un-SAFE Until: un-TIL Unwrap: un-WRAP Up: upp Upstairs: up-STAIRZ Upward: up-ward Use: yoos User: yoo-zer Umbrella: um-BRELL-uh Unbelievable: un-buh-LEEV-uh-buhl Uncomfortable: un-KUHM-fuhr-tuh-buhl Understand: un-der-STAND United: yoo-NAY-tid University: yoo-NIH-vur-si-tee Unlucky: UHN-LUH-kee Unpredictable:
40 English Words to Describe a Person’s Appearance
Attractive Beautiful Charming Cute Elegant Glamorous Handsome Lovely Classy Dapper Dashing debonair Dressed to the nines Exquisite Fine-looking Foxy Good-looking GORGEOUS Graceful Ideal Immaculate Magnificent Neat Neat-looking Nice-looking Perfect Pleasant Polished Radiant Refined Sharp Sophisticated Stunning Stylish Superb Symmetrical Tasteful Trim Well-groomed Well-dressed
40 Native Speaker Ways to Say “I’m Sorry” in English with Examples
I’m sorry I apologize Please forgive me Pardon me I beg your pardon Excuse me Sorry about that My apologies I’m sorry for any inconvenience I may have caused I’m sorry if I caused any problems I’m sorry if I caused any trouble I’m sorry if I caused any issues
40 Native Speaker Ways to Say Thank You in English
Thank you Thanks Thank you very much Thank you so much Thank you very much indeed Thanks a lot Thanks a ton I really appreciate it I’m grateful I’m indebted to you I can’t thank you enough Many thanks Thanks a bunch Thank you kindly Thanks a million Thank you
The Best American English Pronunciation Secrets
How to Improve Your American English Pronunciation Skills There are several ways to improve your English pronunciation, including the following: Listen to native speakers of English and try to mimic the way they pronounce words and sounds. Pay attention to the placement of their tongue and mouth when they
How to Use COULD, SHOULD, and WOULD and Sound More Native
How to Use Would, Could and Should Like a Native Speaker Have you ever been in a situation where you would have used the right word, but you just couldn’t think of it? In today’s video I’m going to explain the differences between the modal verbs could, would and should.
Silent Letters in English Pronunciation: When Not to Say the Letter L in English
English Pronunciation Can be Tricky English pronunciation can be tricky for non-native speakers. There are so many rules that seem to change depending on the word, and even the accent of the speaker. But with a little practice, you’ll be speaking like a native in no time! Here are a
Sound More Fluent in English
Today we’re going to talk about 5 ways that you can sound more fluent and more like a native speaker. While it’s important to read your textbook, it can’t always teach you how native speakers pronounce phrases to sound more natural. Sometimes they don’t pronounce the whole word, sometimes
Fluently And Confidently Introduce Yourself in English
Hi Naturals! Today teacher Diane is going to talk about how to fluently and confidently introduce yourself in English to new colleagues, new classmates, or just anyone you meet. This is really important, because first impressions are everything. We’re going to go above and beyone just “Hi, my name
Transform Basic English into Native Speaker English
Do you ever wonder why you can understand your English teacher perfectly 99% of the time, but then you go into the real world and you’re like, “Is this English? I’ve studied for years and I don’t understand what people are saying.” Well, today we are going to help
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The English Fluency Formula Audio Ebook
The best Go Natural English tips are in this audio eBook. This is the best resource for intermediate English learners to improve their communication skills quickly.