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This program is administered by speech-language pathologists who have received special training and are certified by the institute of Language and Phonology as qualified to teach the Compton P-ESL method. Proof of certification available upon request.

Many employers finance all or part of their employees' tuition for accent reduction classes.They find that this small investment contributes significantly to the success of their employees and the operation of their company

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Making Yourself Understood When English is Not Your First Language

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April 5th, 2009 by admin

By Sheri Summers Adapting to another country can be an overwhelming experience by itself, but add the difficulty of working in another language, and you may find yourself feeling like a helpless child. Here are some tips that can help you be better understood when speaking English.

Part 2 – Bad Habits That Spoil the Development of Good English Language Speaking Skills

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January 7th, 2009 by admin

By Larry M. Lynch More Bad Habits That Spoil the Development of Good English Language Speaking Skills In the first part of this article post, we began a discussion of seven bad habits which spoil the development of good English or other foreign language speaking skills. In this second part, we’ll continue with some additional Continue reading →

How To Attain Accurate Pronunciation

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January 2nd, 2009 by admin

By Artemev Konstantin Nowadays it’s necessary for every modern person to know at least one foreign language, as it can help to find a high-paid job, improve social status and get acquainted with people from other countries. However when someone teaches a foreign language often very little attention is paid to learning pronunciation.

Why is it So Difficult to Learn Correct English Pronunciation?

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November 18th, 2008 by admin

By Louie Jerome The English language can be very difficult to pronounce and listening to British English speakers from different regions of the country can be quite confusing. There are hundreds of variations on these regional accents and many towns have their own particular differences.

Non-Native Speaking English Pronunciation And Articulation

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November 6th, 2008 by admin

By Gino Lipata There are varying types of English pronunciation and its articulation lurking in the Educational Institutions of all the non-native speakers of English today. American English and British English vary in pronouncing such words. Both English, as times rolled by produced another multiple branches of pronunciation and articulation.

Intonation: An Essential Element of the American English Accent

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May 19th, 2008 by admin

By Frank Gerace Intonation in English. Intonation, the “music” of a language, is perhaps the most important element of a correct accent. Many people think that pronunciation is what makes up an accent. It may be that pronunciation is very important for an understandable accent. But it is intonation that gives the final touch that Continue reading →

American English: Listen and Learn Essential Differences

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May 16th, 2008 by admin

By Frank Gerace The voiced and unvoiced consonants In this section we will try to clarify the difference between the voiced consonants and the unvoiced consonants. If you want to master English pronunciation you have to

Effective Communication – 12 Reasons to Have a Direct Conversation

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April 23rd, 2008 by admin

By Martin Rola THEME: Recognize situations where direct conversation should be used instead of email. Did you ever imagine that you would have to remind people that they know how to talk? Surprisingly, management in today’s business world often needs to!

Fun With English Words – Tongue Twisters and Common English Sayings

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February 11th, 2008 by admin

By John Johnston English Sayings Common Expressions If you are thinking about the over 145,000 word references with more than 200,000 definitions and roughly 1,200,000 vocabulary relationships between the definitions, it’s no easy task mastering the English language.

American English: Listen and Learn Essential Differences

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January 22nd, 2008 by admin

By: Frank Gerace In this section we will try to clarify the difference between the voiced consonants and the unvoiced consonants. If you want to master English pronunciation you have to able to distinguish between these two types of consonants. This is necessary for you to learn the proper pronunciation when you learn new vocabulary. Continue reading →

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