Your voice is directly affected by your “ out” breath. The “out” breath helps your speech link and flow – Breathing out while speaking projects your voice naturally, and the grouping of your ideas will be more natural!
Congratulations – you have learned to pronounce new words! But how do you remember the correct pronunciation for next time? When I was hosting the TV show ETHNICITY, I had to remember the correct pronunciation of so many names of people from so many different countries. And – I had to say them perfectly the […]
Here is one of the most useful tips for speaking English clearly – focus your pronunciation on the consonants. English depends on consonant sounds even more than vowels. So – if you learn to pronounce them correctly and make sure you don’t leave them out (especially at the end of words), you will be much […]
You may be surprised to know that you are not. Breath holding is an instinctive fear reaction – and what is one of the biggest fears known to man?? Presenting in front of an audience! If you hold your breath while giving a presentation – your voice can become tight, nervous, high pitched and it […]