5 Steps to Improve Your Accent and Spoken English

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How to improve your accent and spoken English. A question I get asked often by students. 

While improving your accent may seem unattainable and overwhelming at first, 
the five steps I share with you in this episode are going to break it down in a simple and clear way, for when you are ready to take your English to the next level. 

Watch: 5 Steps to Improve Your Accent and spoken English

After watching the video, here are three things you can do to get you started:
1. As you listen to English this week, try to detect sounds that you haven’t paid attention to before.
2. Choose one sound that you struggle with and practice it in words, phrases, and sentences.
3. Record yourself speaking freely while using intentionally the sound you’ve practiced.

Want to learn more? Here are more tips and tricks on making your English better.

Leave me a comment if you have any other questions about improving your accent!

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4 Comments on “5 Steps to Improve Your Accent and Spoken English”

  1. Dear Hadar ! First, thank you so much for your efforts.
    Of course, I enjoyed your video. Thank you so much for it. I’m sure you are the reincarnation of one of the World Greatest Magicians had been living in far ancient time particularly in the East.

    Of course, I have a lot of problems with my accent in English (and in other foreign languages, too.) You understand, that for me as a once international scientist the English has been of primary significance. At the more than one dozen international scientific meetings I delivered lectures in English. I got inspired to polish up my spoken English. However, I experienced that the more I tried to use neutral accent the more the larger part of audience could follow me. Of course, a large proportion of audience came from not an English speaking country. They sometime spoke a better English than me (e.g. Germans) but used pretty neutral English accent. Those days I reached the conclusion that the birth of a new English became imminent which everyone will understand. Later I realized that it was an illusion. Technical language alone is not sufficient for communication. (This revelation came from the many books in English I have read.)
    Nevertheless I hoped at least a common neutral accent might be born. Perhaps this would make
    impoverished the music of the languages. Such an act would be really barbarous which I would reject.

    It seems the solution will be to adopt at least one definite accent as perfectly as possible.
    If I understand well, that might be one of your proposals. Thank you for that you considered to involve me – together with all my personal medical handicaps.
    With the best wishes,
    Laszlo

  2. Thank you for your advice, It makes me confident in accent and pronunciation.The pronounce of “v” is difficult too.

    Thank you again and I look forward to practice more and more.

    Sincerely,
    Soontaree

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