Free English speaking and pronunciation lessons! Jen here...native speaker from America and long-time English teacher, program coordinator and former TOEFL rater. I will help you improve your English listening and speaking skills with LOADS of vocabulary and pronunciation tips. Every lesson is full of juicy English language learning advice!
Listen to former TOEFL Speaking Rater Jen give her expert tips on answering the TOEFL speaking independent question. A quick listen, packed with professional advice! Learn how to use however and consequently.
Double O is in many words in English. BUT, they're pronounced in many different ways! Learn how to pronounce double O. Book resources provided too! You will also meet a bookstore owner, and one of my students!!
TOEFL test quick tip! I used to score for the Speaking portion of the TOEFL test. Listen to a tip to help you get a better score! Please listen and you can improve our score on the TOEFL test or just speak more like a native speaker of English!
"Thank You!" -- Where does this expression come from? How can we say it in different ways? What holiday celebrates giving thanks? Learn all of this in this episode of "Can't Thank You Enough." Find out with your host Jen and her special guest Dean!
Shhh.... Sometimes we have silent letters in English. It is difficult to know when to NOT say them. Listen and find out how to pronounce words which contain silent letters. A fun "Shh Challenge" is at the end of the episode to test your skills! Enjoy this Shh Episode!
Are you able to pronounce "able?" Many non-native English speakers make a mistake when saying the "able" ending in words like "bearable," "trainable," and "tolerable." Listen to learn the correct pronunciation of these words! Included: An exercise in listening and writing the words you hear! This episode has original music by the band Cave Collective. Sound production by Anna Niestatek.
Content...Content - those are two different words, believe me! It is all in the syllable stress, my dear listener! Listen and learn about how syllable stress changes the meaning for two-syllable words that are spelled the same!
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