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johnn
on 09/07/2017 at 09:19 pm
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Anupam Roy
on 09/10/2017 at 07:20 pm
It's an effective and helpful application especially for English language learners..
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Anupam Roy
on 09/10/2017 at 07:22 pm
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Anupam Roy
on 09/10/2017 at 07:22 pm
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on 09/29/2017 at 05:10 pm
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Sam Walker
on 10/11/2017 at 12:45 pm
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Adv Mithun Kumar Paswan
on 10/28/2017 at 09:33 pm
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on 11/02/2017 at 06:10 pm
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on 11/06/2017 at 05:01 am
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moloy mukherjee
on 11/17/2017 at 11:44 am
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kimiya
on 11/24/2017 at 03:34 pm
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أشرف ناهض شاهين
on 11/28/2017 at 05:56 pm
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on 12/01/2017 at 08:33 pm
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on 01/27/2018 at 12:35 pm
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Pooja Sharma
on 04/06/2018 at 08:19 pm
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weheliye
on 04/15/2018 at 07:05 pm
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Nyein Chan Oo
on 04/29/2018 at 01:54 pm
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on 07/27/2018 at 02:07 pm
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on 07/27/2018 at 02:08 pm
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on 08/13/2018 at 01:56 pm
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on 08/13/2018 at 01:57 pm
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Md Aiyaz Afaque
on 10/02/2018 at 08:57 pm
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Savaş Güllü
on 11/20/2018 at 08:41 pm
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Abdurrahim Zeynu
on 12/08/2018 at 10:15 am
hi everybody
Let's Talk Academy

British Accent Training

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Our accent program uses native English speakers and everyday language to naturally and quickly improve your pronunciation.

  • Speak with a clear accent just like native English speakers

  • Overcome the regional ‘Accent Barrier’

  • Improve your articulation in speech and sound more clear


What is Voice and Accent training?

Your voice not only communicates your message – It can talk a great deal about your image. You may like it or not, people prejudge you based on how you communicate; in short, your success professionally will depend on your speaking skills and accent. Our Voice and Accent training programme would focus specifically towards reducing your regional accent and help you speak as close to the native British accent.

Course Description

Even though you know the vocabulary and the endless grammar rules, you still find it difficult to pronounce English words correctly. This struggle with the English language can make communicating with native English speakers a frustrating experience for both, you and them.

You Supposedly have a regional accent, an accent that is normally expected of most non-native English speakers. You may have a good knowledge of the English language but that does not guarantee a good accent. So, what does a good accent mean? It means, an accent that is easy on all ears across the globe, an accent that is understood by all in the international community, no matter who the listener is an American, British, Australian or a Canadian or people from any other country. This Accent is called the neutral accent.

With our voice and accent training program, improving your English Accent is easy and enjoyable. Our training program helps to learn and master the most challenging characteristics, such as troublesome vowel sounds, difference in stressed and unstressed syllables and words, which make you sound like a native speaker. This training module develops you to shave off the excess regional accent from your current accent, and develop neutral accent naturally. This accent training module gives you the understanding of the American/British way of speaking, culture and diversity.

Let’s Talk Accent Training program is a highly specialised course offered to you by professional voice coaches. Our course offers accent reduction, practice in American/British phrases and conversation, and learning the rhythm of standard American/British spoken English. This course goes beyond merely teaching grammatical structures of the English language, our focus is on how you sound when you speak and how effectively you communicate with others around the world. We agree that there is nothing wrong with speaking with an accent; however, we are aware that many people would like to improve their English speaking skills by reducing their accent. Our goal is to help you gain more confidence and effectiveness in your English speaking skills by reducing the influence of your mother tongue or regional accent.


Interactive course manual with computer app for practice

Carefully designed course manual keeping in mind the struggle faced by non-native English speakers. The troublesome vowel and consonant sounds are well explained with audio demonstration to catch the right jaw and mouth movement. 


Course Module In Details

Module One: Vowel Sounds

Main Vowel sounds in English
Mouth and Jaw Exercises
Production of vowel sounds

/ɑ/ as in father
/ɘ/ as in fun
/ɔ/as in saw
/oƱ/ as in boat
/Ʊ/ as in good
/u/ as in too
/ɘr/ as in bird
/aI/ as in time
/aƱ/as in house
/ɔI/ as in boy
/i/ as in meet
/I/ as in sit
/eɪ/ as in take
/ɛ/ as in get
/ae/ as in fat

Module Two: Vowel Sounds in details

Review of /I/ and /i/ Sounds
Review of /ɛ/ and /æ/ Sounds
Review of /ɘ/, /ɑ/, /ɔ/, and /ou/ Sounds
The Problematic o
The British /ɔ/
Review of /ɛ/, /æ/, /ɑ/, /ɔ/, /ɘ/, and /oʊ/
Review of /ʊ/ and /u/ Sounds
Comparing /u/ and /yu/
Review of the /ɘr/ Sound
Vowels Followed by the /r/ Sound

Module Three: Consonants

Forming Consonants
Voiceless and Voiced Consonants
Vowel Length and Voiced and Voiceless
Consonants
Stops and Continuants

Module Four: Syllable Stress

Stressed and Reduced Vowels
Dangers of Stressing the Wrong Syllable
General Rules for Stress Placement
Two-Syllable Words
Noun and Verb Pairs
Words Ending in -tion and -ate
-ate Endings of Verbs and Nouns
More Stressed Suffixes
Rules for Prefixes
Syllable Stress Changes
Reduced Vowels for Review

Module Five: Problematic Consonants

The Various t Sounds of American English
The “Fast d” Sound
The /tʃr/ Sound: tr
The /dʒr/ Sound: dr
The /dʒ/ Sound: du and d + y
The /tʃ/ Sound: tu and t + y
Words Ending in -ed
The th Sound
The British /r/
The British /l/
Understanding /l/ Versus /r/
The /v/ Sound
Understanding /b/ Versus /v/
The /w/ Sound
Understanding /v/ Versus /w/
The /s/ and /z/ Sounds
The /ŋg/ Sound: Pronouncing ng
Consonant Clusters

Module Six: Word Stress Compound Nouns

Proper Stress with Adjectives
Phrasal Verbs
Noun Forms of Phrasal Verbs
Abbreviations and Numbers
Names of Places and People
Word Stress Within a Sentence
Lengthening the Main Vowel in Stressed Words
Which Words Should I Stress?
Content Words
Content Words in Detail: Verbs
Stress Nouns but Not Pronouns
Content Words in Detail: Adjectives
Reducing Vowels in Unstressed Words
Weak Forms
Strong Forms
Thought Groups and Focus Words
Contrastive Stress

Module Seven: Intonation

Falling Intonation
Statements & Questions


Why You Struggle To Change Your English Accent?

Why is it so difficult to change your accent? After working with thousands of students (many of whom have lived, or live in an English speaking country) we discovered the 7 common reasons why people struggle to change their accent:

  • You have no one to practise learning an accent
  • You’re too busy working in a job or studying and have no time
  • You’ve never found a right course module to learn the accent
  • You don’t know where and how to start learning
  • You feel you’re too old to change your accent
  • You don’t know how to change your accent
  • You tried other accent training programs that didn’t work for you

When you enrol for our voice and accent training program, you will follow step-by-step exercises,  your accent will start to change and you’ll sound like a native British speaker – in just 2 weeks of the program.