“I gotta” is a common reduction in conversational English. You’ll hear it many times in this real conversation video. Study American culture as we … [Read More...]
Over 400 FREE videos that teach:
• The sounds of American English
• The keys to conversational English: rhythm, intonation, linking, and stress
Learn how these concepts work together to speak confidently and be easily understood while improving listening comprehension. Study how Americans really speak.
Let's have fun learning English together.
Do you understand? Got it! Learn how to say this phrase comfortably in conversational English: what words or syllables to reduce, how to link … [Read More...]
Study conversational English and the idioms (what does ‘eyeball it’ mean??) that come up while I bake a pumpkin pie! YouTube blocked? Click here to … [Read More...]
Study real English conversation and special topics like ending T clusters, all while making some bagels with my friend Laura! YouTube blocked? Click … [Read More...]
INTERESTING can be three OR four syllables! Learn the simplest way to pronounce this word like a native by making a CH sound for the second … [Read More...]
Tagged With: Comparison
Some non-native speakers, especially Spanish speakers, mix up the Y and J sounds in English pronunciation, so that 'yes' sounds like 'jess'. Learn how … [Read More...]
The R sound is one of the hardest sounds in American English. Practice these exercises to relax around the R and speak effortlessly. YouTube … [Read More...]
A Syllabic Consonant is a consonant that replaces the vowel [ə] in a syllable. They make it possible to make some short syllables shorter and simpler. … [Read More...]