How to REDUCE your ACCENT | Part 2 | Connected Speech & Consonant Linking



Simple pronunciation training at home: Grab some mmmEnglish imitation lessons and practise connected speech by imitating a native English speaker!

This lesson is PART 2 of a series of English lessons created to help you reduce your accent and speak naturally in English.
This is SO IMPORTANT to build your confidence speaking using English and increase your fluency. Understanding linking and connected speech in English will help you to improve your pronunciation AND your listening skills, so that you can understand fast-talking native speakers!

Note: My video lessons are created to help English learners to improve their pronunciation and speaking skills. Please note that the pronunciation of some of these words differs between English accents. I speak with an Australian English accent 🙂

Read the full transcript of this lesson on my blog here:

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44 thoughts on “How to REDUCE your ACCENT | Part 2 | Connected Speech & Consonant Linking

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  2. Thank you very much Emma you are the better teacher of the world I love you. I think your shirt is really wonderful it's beautiful,I suppose you are going to the beach or sailing.

  3. Hi Emma, this is another very exciting and interesting lesson.
    I think lessons like this can break up the mystery behind the spoken English language, however these ways need a lot of practice.
    Native English teachers are always trying to simplify this language, so many thanks for your efforts.
    I think all languages around the world have these contractions and pulling words together but, they aren't taught.
    Emma, i have a question:
    When i said spoken English language, should i put a hyphen between "spoken" and "English"?

  4. OH i cant joining with you sis Emma ( when you lifestreaming) thank you so much for your lessons and you always so beautiful,, of course I like your style blouse and hair 😍

  5. Perfect Class, Emma. Thanks a lot, looking forward to the next one.
    I'm not sure about this but I think in British English (and Australian?) "wanna" is pronounced as "wɒna" …with a sort of "o" instead of "a", as American. Thanks again.

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