Sound Natural When You Speak! English Pronunciation Lesson

The SCHWA is the English sound you NEED to use… /ə/ If you want to sound natural when you speak! Improve your speaking skills with mmmEnglish courses:

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This lesson will show you how to use the schwa to improve your English pronunciation, reduce your accent and to sound more natural when you speak! THIS sound – the schwa /ə/ – is the secret to NATURAL English expression. It’s the most common English sound – you will hear it in almost every English sentence that is spoken!
I’ll teach you how to recognise the schwa sound in the International Phonetic Alphabet so that you can improve your pronunciation WITHOUT a native English speaker!
The sound will help you to
– use common reductions (reduced forms in spoken English)
– reduce your accent (accent reduction)
– sound natural when you speak English
– use correct rhythm and tone
– listen to native English speakers speaking at natural speed

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 🙂

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