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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.

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In this Ben Franklin exercise, you’ll study real English conversation.  We’ll study everything we hear. Try this on your own to improve your listening … [Read More...]

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Get familiar with the IPA symbols of the vowel sounds of American English. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read More...]

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English is not phonetic – which causes a huge headache for non-native and native speakers alike! YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read More...]

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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...]

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