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American English Pronunciation Master Reduced Forms

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Free Download American English Pronunciation: Master Reduced Forms
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Language: English | Size: 635.93 MB | Duration: 1h 22m
Use and understand the techniques of reduced forms as you improve your American English pronunciation.

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You will be able to use many of the reduced forms that are commonly used by native-English speakers.
You will be able to speak in a way that is easier, smoother, and more natural.
You will more easily understand native-English speakers who frequently use reduced forms.
A desire to sound like a native-speaker of American English.
Familiarity with the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is helpful, but not required.
Students should understand parts of speech, syllables, consonants, and vowels.
Do you struggle with understanding native-English speakers because of how they pronounce their words?
Do you wish you could sound more like a native-English speaker?
Do you want to know the techniques of American pronunciation that millions of native-speakers use every day in their conversations?
Then . . . enroll NOW and begin speaking like a native-English speaker right away!
Hi, my name is Stuart Ransom, and I have been teaching English in Southeast Asia since 2015. I understand the struggles that many students face as they try to understand native-speakers despite knowing the vocabulary. This is because most native-speakers change the pronunciation of words in a way that are unfamiliar to many people who are learning English.
"Where is he going to go?" sounds more like "Where zee gonna go?"
"What do you want to do?" sounds more like "Wadda ya wanna do?"
When English speakers do this, they are using reduced forms. They shorten some words, say them faster, and often drop certain sounds to make speech flow smoother and easier.
Reduced forms are used by millions of native-English speakers every day! If you don't know reduced forms, you will continue to struggle with understanding American English pronunciation!
Place stress on certain words and less stress on others, so you will sound more natural and not be misunderstood.
Recognize which words to reduce and sound more like a native-English speaker.
Pronounce expressions in their standard (citation) form and in their reduced forms.
Combine multiple reduced forms in a single sentence to make your speech flow smoothly and easily.
You will also become familiar with many of the symbols used in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) which is the world-wide standard for learning correct pronunciation.
There is no better time to start learning and using reduced forms than RIGHT NOW!
These techniques are not difficult. You can begin sounding like a native-English speaker today!
Take your American English pronunciation to a new level as you master the techniques of reduced forms. You have a 30-day money back guarantee if you are not absolutely thrilled with what you learn, so there is no risk whatsoever.
See you in the course!
Stuart Ransom
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Section 2: Rhythm and Stress
Lecture 2 Rhythm in English
Lecture 3 How Stress Can Change Meaning
Lecture 4 Content and Function Words
Lecture 5 Introduction to Reduced Function Words
Section 3: Reduced Forms of Function Words
Lecture 6 Prepositions
Lecture 7 Conjunctions
Lecture 8 Articles
Lecture 9 "Be" Verbs
Lecture 10 Auxiliary Verbs and Modals Part 1
Lecture 11 Auxiliary Verbs and Modals Part 2
Lecture 12 Expressions with "to"
Lecture 13 Modal + have
Lecture 14 Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives Part 1
Lecture 15 Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives Part 2
Lecture 16 Miscellaneous Words
Lecture 17 Combinations
Section 4: Conclusion
Lecture 18 Congratulations
English learners who can understand spoken English or read and understand subtitles.,Non-native speakers who have difficulty understanding what native-English speakers are saying despite knowing the vocabulary.,Non-native speakers who want to learn many of the reduced forms of speech that are common among native-English speakers.


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