If we don’t pronounce a clear T in “can’t”, how can one tell the difference between it and “can”? Though it’s subtle, there is still a difference in … [Read More...]
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Bike with me into Brooklyn where we’ll make pizza and hang out with friends. Study real conversational English and see how Americans use reductions, … [Read More...]
Speaking on the phone in a foreign language is always intimidating! Learn some of the most common phrases used in the US when answering the phone. … [Read More...]
I’m, you’re, they’re, and so on are the TO BE contractions. In this real life English conversation study, you’ll notice lots of TO BE contractions … [Read More...]
Tagged With: Dark L
Learn how to pronounce a very challenging word: Girl! Learn how the make the R and the Dark L together. The SHAPE, or intonation, of the voice is … [Read More...]
Tagged With: Comparison
For some people, S and SH sound the same. The position for these two sounds is quite different -- learn the difference in tongue and lip position, … [Read More...]
Practice relaxing the tongue when saying words and phrases with N. Tom teaches you to train yourself to use the tongue and not the jaw when working … [Read More...]
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You guys did it!!! People from all over the world in the Rachel's English community practiced their English by making me a video, answering the … [Read More...]