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These elocution lessons are designed for International Students, or those with English as a second language. It is also very useful for English speakers who want to improve their enunciation of the spoken word. Practice these lessons frequently and you will vastly improve and understand the sound of specific words. Most importantly, you will eventually lose your native accent and adopt the Queen's tone. The objective is to speak English clearly, concisely and without any slang or accent. Enjoy your lessons and please click LIKE and SUBSCRIBE, or SHARE this video so others can also benefit from our educational practice videos. Subscribe now - so that you will not miss our next set of practice videos.
Learning English is difficult and learning the correct pronunciation can be even harder. Here you will learn how to speak with a British English Accent. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Elocution-Online-Speak-English-with-an-English-accent-241809966008260/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/ElocutionOnline G+: https://plus.google.com/1143109073272... Elocution Online is a free online resource allowing you to learn how to communicate confidently and clearly with a standard British English accent. If you are learning English as a second language then these videos can be a great aid to ensure you are pronouncing all your sounds correctly. The beauty of Elocution Online is that you can study at your own pace and without spending a penny. Many of my videos show a close up of my mouth so that y...
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http://elocutionlessonsforkids.co.uk teach children all over the world how to speak BBC English (also known as RP or Queen’s English) and help them become effective communicators. Do you want your child to study in an English speaking country? Are you a non-native English speaker and your child has picked up some of your speaking habits? Has your child got a regional accent? Has your child picked up slang? Does your child mumble? Does your child speak too fast? Is your child afraid of speaking in public? Our lessons teach children how to speak clearly with a neutral accent and give them that command of the English language, which boosts their confidence. We also provide online group lessons, including for schools. For more information, visit http://elocutionlessonsforkids.co.uk/ Also...
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http://jadejoddle.com/british-accent-fast/ Many people aspire to having a posh English accent but it is a difficult accent to get right. The reason that many people fail to achieve this prestigious accent is because the posh R.P. variety of English has it's own unique pattern of mouth movements. If you do not exercise your mouth in the correct way, you will not be able to speak with a posh English accent. In this video I share with you some exercises that will help you to attain a posh English accent. The warm up exercises can be used to improve your enunciation and pronunciation in any language, meanwhile the main exercise specifically targets the posh English R.P. accent. With regular training and commitment you will see a noticeable improvement in your R.P. English accent. --- Learn a ...
This short clip gives an example of some of the exercises that take place during our elocution and voice coaching lessons.
Francesca teaches this Japanese speaker how to pronounce consonant clusters, such as 'street', 'slipped', 'replied'.