Category: American English Pronunciation

Say These 5 English Phrases Naturally
American English Pronunciation

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

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5 Tips to Understand and Speak Fast English

Being native-like with your English is not just about speaking – it’s also about being able to understand fast-talking native speakers. We tend to “eat” sounds, we tend to link sounds, and we tend to blend sounds together. I’m super-excited

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Commonly Mispronounced Internet and Tech Words

When you say the word “Internet,” do you feel like you say it with confidence? Clearly, like a native English speaker? How about the words “text,” “Facebook,” “Twitter,” “Instagram,” “TikTok,” “Snapchat,” and “meme?” These are some of the most commonly

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American English Pronunciation

PART 1 -ed Verb Ending Practice

So you opened (opend) up Youtube and clicked (klikt) on this video because you wanted (wan. ed) to learn about -ed Verb Ending Practice. You may have noticed when reading the words “opened”, “clicked” and “wanted” that many native English

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American English Pronunciation

How to reduce your strong accent

Have you noticed that when you say certain words, even ones that appear to be “simple” words, like “live”, “work”, and so on that you consistently get confused looks from English speakers?And you want to reduce your strong accent? In

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Sound-More-Fluent
American English Pronunciation

One Easy Change to Sound More Fluent in English

English has many vowels that are not present in other world languages. Take for example the difference between /u/, as is found in words like “boot”, “Luke”, and “food”, and compare it with /ʊ/, which is found in words like

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American-Accent-English
American English Pronunciation

Sound More Like An American With This Trick

Nature Schedule Pressure Measure Have you ever looked at words like this and been unsure about how to pronounce them? Or maybe you’ve learned through listening to English speakers how to say them, but asked yourself why we say these

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Brand-Names
American English Pronunciation

Pronouncing Difficult Brand Names In English

Hi everyone! Today, I’m talking about Brand names that are challenging to say! The world today is completely interconnected, with people able to connect and travel faster than ever. Within this connected world is an economy with an endless number

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Pronunciation
American English Pronunciation

R Part 3: Advanced R & L Pronunciation

Fire. Oil. Hour. These are just a few of the difficult words to pronounce in English, Here we are discussing R & L Pronunciation.  These are words that many English students have a hard time Pronunciation, and they aren’t sure

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Pronounce-R-at-the-Ends
American English Pronunciation

R Part 1: How to Pronounce R at the Ends of Words

Is Pronounce R a sound that you find tricky to incorporate into your everyday English? Maybe because you’re not quite sure how English speakers make this sound in the first place? Well, worry, not because we are here to hopefully

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American English Pronunciation

American English Tongue Twisters

A Twisted Lesson!  Hi! I’m Ryan from Go Natural English, and today, I’m talking about Tongue Twisters! Before I say anything else, I’d like to start with a question: how many cans can a can canner can if can canner

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Pronounce-Diphthongs
American English Pronunciation

Sound like a Native: How to Pronounce Diphthongs

  Did you know that the majority of what makes up a person’s accent are vowels? In fact, one of the most common problems English language learners have is with English pronunce Diphthongs. If you haven’t already, be sure to check

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