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Tired of Americans telling you that they didn't understand you, or asking you to speak slower?
Confused by English words or phrases you've never heard before?
Want to get better with U.S. grammar to sound more like an American?
This course is perfect for anyone from South Asia who wishes to refine their English and improve their speaking, listening, reading and writing.
You'll learn the biggest problem most South Asians have with pronunciation and how to fix it ... one simple technique you can use right now to dramatically improve Americans' ability to understand you ... and find out which popular 'Hinglish' words don't make any sense to Americans!
Perhaps most importantly, it covers words you may be using which are actually quite offensive to people in America!
Whether you live in the U.S., work for an American company, or interact with Americans in your personal life, this course can massively increase your confidence in communication.
Learn the consonants most often mispronounced - and the simple way to start saying them right.
Same two letters, two different pronunciations; master both pronunciations of 'TH'.
Master the difference between two letters that might sound similar - 'V' and 'W'.
Learn to pronounce words with R's correctly.
Find out which common Hinglish words are NOT used in the U.S. - and learn their English equivalents.
Test your knowledge of the American English words covered in this lecture.
Learn the American equivalents for some popular Hinglish phrases.
Learn important differences between certain American verb phrases and their Indian counterparts.
Introduce yourself and refer to people the American way.
Learn what NOT to say to Americans.
Make sure that you're using the words 'a' and 'the' correctly.
Two critical points about verbs you should know.
Are you using -ing verbs correctly?
This sentence is grammatical, isn't it? ;)
Learn a super simple, extremely effective way to help others understand you.
I'm a lifelong resident of the U.S. and have worked in the TV, publishing and entertainment industries. I earned a Bachelor's degree in government and legal studies from Bowdoin College in 2008 and worked at CBS News and Apple. I speak several European and Asian languages and travel as often as I can. I currently run a conversational English workshop in New York City and tutor people from all over the world in grammar, vocabulary and slang.