Aug 05

English Spelling – How to Pronounce AR

By Ashley |

English Spelling – How to pronounce AR

English spelling can be a nightmare!

I’m going change that.

Over the next however many weeks, I’m going to walk you step by step through English spelling and pronunciation. Here’s how to pronounce ar:

And here’s the previous post about how to pronounce ai: watch

Jul 16

Does Theresa May Pronounce ‘Negotiate’ Correctly?

By Paul Baston | Uncategorized

One of our subscribers posted a question recently about how to pronounce the word ‘negotiate’ correctly in English.

Then it came to my attention that there wasn’t exactly a lot of consistency in the way our politicians are pronouncing this word.

So, ahead of the Brexit talks, I was wondering if our Prime Minister was pronouncing the word correctly. I mean, it would be a good start at least, right?

But is she?

Can Jeremy Corbyn for that matter?

Find out in this week’s Word Of The Week video:

 

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Jul 09

How To Pronounce ‘Loose’ vs. ‘Lose’ in English

By Paul Baston | Uncategorized

What is the difference between the words ‘loose’ and ‘lose’ in British English?

A dictionary will tell you that the /l/ and /u:/ stay exactly the same, and the only difference is the /s/ and /z/ at the end.

But that’s simply not true.

In fact, there’s a much bigger difference that the dictionary won’t tell you…

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Jul 09

British Phrases and Words

By Ashley | Uncategorized , Weekly Posts

NEW VIDEO: British Phrases and Words


British Phrases and Words

When you are talking about something in the future that we want but maybe it won’t happen, you need to suggest that you’re hoping. Here are the top 3 British Words and Phrases for how to suggest that you’re hoping for something, with help with pronunciation, word stress, sentence stress and intonation in a standard southern British accent.

English phrases Daily Practice for asking for information:

1. Let’s hope it’s..
2. If we’re lucky it’ll be…
3. With any luck it’ll be…

Watch and listen to the video to hear the pronunciation in a standard southern British Accent, as well as help with word stress, sentence stress and intonation.

There is another post about English phrases here.

So, I hope that answers the question about these phrases and words. But, do you want to start working on your pronunciation? Click on any of the free training resources below to get you started:

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Jul 03

British Words and Phrases

By Ashley | Uncategorized , Weekly Posts

NEW VIDEO: British Words and Phrases


British Words and Phrases

Sometimes you have a thought or idea about something, but it’s only an idea. In someways it’s a guess. Here are the top 3 British Words and Phrases for how to suggest that you’re about to guess, with help with pronunciation, word stress, sentence stress and intonation in a standard southern British accent.

English phrases Daily Practice for asking for information:

1. Off the top of my head, I think..
2. If I had to take a guess, I’d say…
3. Chances are…

Watch and listen to the video to hear the pronunciation in a standard southern British Accent, as well as help with word stress, sentence stress and intonation.

There is another post about English phrases here.

So, I hope that answers the question about these phrases. But, do you want to start working on your pronunciation? Click on any of the free training resources below to get you started:

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Jun 28

British Accent Phrases

By Ashley | Uncategorized , Weekly Posts

NEW VIDEO: British Accent Phrases


British Accent Phrases

Giving and fact is very different to giving an opinion. And in English, it’s important not to give an opinion as a fact, as it is considered impolite. Here are the top 3 British accent phrases for how to give an opinion, with help with pronunciation, word stress, sentence stress and intonation in a standard southern British accent.

English phrases Daily Practice for asking for information:

1. Personally, I think…
2. If you ask me…
3. As far as I’m concerned…

Watch and listen to the video to hear the pronunciation in a standard southern British Accent, as well as help with word stress, sentence stress and intonation.

There is another post about English phrases here.

So, I hope that answers the question about these phrases. But, do you want to start working on your pronunciation? Click on any of the free training resources below to get you started:

British Accent Phrases    British Accent Phrases   British Accent Phrases

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