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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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A Monotone Voice Does Not Sell in Public Speaking Or Anywhere Else For That Matter!

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March 18th, 2010 by admin

By Nancy Daniels

Speaking in monotone is more than just a problem. It is boring. There is no other way to say it. The problem with a monotone delivery is that it puts your audience to sleep and it does so very quickly. If actors were to speak in monotone, television and movies would not be one of our greatest forms of entertainment. The other problem if you speak in a monotone is Read the rest of this entry »

Boost Your Communication Skills

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May 5th, 2009 by admin

By Dennis Kwan

Developing good communications skills is important, so that we convey our messages clearly and prevent any misunderstanding. Read the rest of this entry »

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 aspects to be considered when teaching and learning to speak English or another foreign language. Read the rest of this entry »

Learn English Physically

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January 5th, 2009 by admin

By Allen J Hoge

One student struggles to learn English.  His speaking is slow and hesitant.  His pronunciation is garbled and heavily accented. He is painful to listen to.

Another student speaks easily.  English flows from her, seemingly without effort.  Her pronunciation is clear; her voice is strong.

We all know both types of students.  The question is, what creates the difference between them.  Why do some students forever struggle to speak English fluently, while others seem to do so naturally, with a minimum of effort? Read the rest of this entry »

Improving Your Pronunciation of English When Living in a Non-English Country

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December 30th, 2008 by admin

By Amy Nutt

Introduction

When you take a look around the world, there are a number of places that still do not speak English. This is likely to continue for some time as well over half of the world’s population lives within areas that do not have heavy English-speaking populations. For that reason, Read the rest of this entry »

Communication Skills

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May 13th, 2008 by admin

By Louise Manning

Communication is the passing of a message from one person to another person or a group of people. To put it another way communication involves Read the rest of this entry »

Business Communication – Listening Skills

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April 27th, 2008 by admin

Business Communication – Listening Skills
By B.N. Sridhar

Listening skills are a very important part of any effective communication. Unless you carefully follow what you hear, you will not be able to respond to it effectively. Listening skills can be improved with practice. Read the rest of this entry »

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! Read the rest of this entry »

Win Friends, Influence People, You’ll Rise to the Top

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April 20th, 2008 by admin

By Kim S. Lednum

When you take time to make people feel special they are not the only ones who benefit — you also become a beneficiary! Just as food, water and shelter are considered basic needs, psychologists tell us we also need contact with other people to survive. So, right off the bat you are taking a proactive role in your own survival!

In addition, Read the rest of this entry »

Communication Skills

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March 19th, 2008 by admin

By Louise Manning

Communication is the passing of a message from one person to another person or a group of people. To put it another way communication involves people, information and often requires an action to be taken. Communication involves one person passing the message and another person or group receiving the message. This could be speaking and listening, demonstrating and observing, or writing and reading. Communication involves an interchange so at times you might be speaking and at others listening – it is definitely not one way traffic. Read the rest of this entry »

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