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Tips for improved communication



Speed, Speed, Speed–

Speed definitely applies to what we want from computer technology, but does not apply to the way we should talk. Do you feel pressure to talk quickly, without pausing, at business meetings because someone may interrupt and you wont be able to make your point?  This can be especially true if English is not your [...]

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Top Pronounciation Tips for Chinese Speakers

The most common problem for Chinese speakers of English is that English is mostly pronounced with the tip of the tongue at the front of the mouth, while Mandarin and Cantonese and other Chinese dialects are pronounced mostly with the back of the tongue at the back of the mouth. As a result, the consonant [...]

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Top Pronounciation Tips for Spanish Speakers

Here are the top five pronunciation improvements that you can try if you are a Spanish speaker of English. · The sound “th”. Whenever you speak English, there will likely be many “th” words, for example, “there are thirty-three things I have to do this Thursday.” Every time you say the word ‘the’, or ‘this’ [...]

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How To Get Permanent Results From An Accent Program

Many people tell me that they have learned the correct English pronunciation, rhythm and intonation, but they aren’t able to make the new techniques stick. That is they learned the techniques intellectually but weren’t able to actually use them in practice. Here are some tips to help you achieve permanent results. 1: Discriminate. To change [...]

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