Are you fluent in reading and writing English but also want to SPEAK English fluently? Do you feel unsure about how to PRACTICE speaking English? Are you looking for a step-by-step English lesson focused completely on spoken English fluency? I hope so! Because you’re at the right place. In this video I’ll show you exactly how I work with students to increase their fluency in spoken English. You’ll see the kinds of tips and strategies that my students use to improve both their comprehension and English speaking. I’ll show you how two of my students made real progress in the way they speak English within just a few minutes! This video shows you the basics you need to start improving the way you speak English. If you want to sound more natural and gain deeper comprehension about how native speakers use the English language this video will really help.

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Improve your American Accent / spoken English at Rachel’s English with video-based lessons and exercises. Rachel uses real life English conversation as the basis for teaching how to speak English and how to sound American — improve listening comprehension skills. Study English vocabulary and English phrases such as phrasal verbs, as well as common expressions in English. Learn American idioms and American slang.



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    Saying it the right way

  2. Thanks for this useful lesson, Rachel. I'm Chinese. The big problem I have is that I can't get the rhythm of English sentences. I just say them in a pretty plain way. It really frustrates me a lot. When I mimic the native speaker, I feel good. But when I say it on my own, I get back to plain again. In addition, I can understand you and other native speakers most of the time, but I can't speak fluently in daily talk. Hope to get useful tips from you. Thanks a lot.

  3. Can I start in your academy without having read your book? Thanks for the valuable content, teacher 🙂

  4. You're right Professor R you have to get used to the sounds and contractions because just studying the vocabularies helps very little in the conversations and is not enough. Thankful for your classes!

  5. Very helpuful! When I saw a person speaking, (mouth) by a video, its better to understand! Brilliant teacher!

  6. something makes me sad right here. I am good at writing and even translating stuff into my own native language but I never can speak nor read… And it's so hard to improve without practicing.

  7. Everytime I watch Rachel's I feel like, I'm gonna break it, and when the video ends and I try to do what she did I just fail. Oh my God, It's so hard.

  8. Ladies and gentlemen, genious at work. The R sound is one of the biggest pronunciation issues Brazilians have and you managed to solve it for one student. And, based on that example, I truly believe a lot of other people have started pronouncing it correctly. Awesome!

  9. Greet my teacher Ibrahim Adel …today if I am able to understand your lovely lesson It's due and thanks to him

  10. Hello Rachel. Thank you so much for the awesome videos. They are great. I would like to ask you a question. I am a Turk or I am Turk. Which one is true? Thanks for your answer in advance.


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