The Best Pronunciation Practice for Speaking and Listening
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The Best Pronunciation Practice for Speaking and Listening

This basic rule of English Rhythm refreshes your skills with quick, mind-driven, muscle-focused practice.
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Last updated 12/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 11 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • 1) Improve vocabulary through a better understanding of word forms
  • 2) Understand native speakers better by knowing how they actually talk
  • 3) Quickly train your mouth muscles so you can actually use the English you already know
  • 4) Understand how advanced grammar structures really sound, so you can start hearing them in natural contexts, like television and movies
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Requirements
  • Be at least an Intermediate level speaker of English: IELTS - 5.5 / TOEFL - 50
Description

Go from Intermediate to Advanced, or Advanced to Fluent by adding mouth muscle practice when reviewing what you already know. 

Applying the basic rule of English Rhythm develops a flexible vocabulary, improved listening skill, and an easy way to train your mind and mouth for speaking.

This course helps you refresh, remember and improve your English with new insights driven by quick, simple exercises to connect knowing English to using it.

Who is the target audience?
  • Learners of English that want to go from Intermediate to Advanced (IELTS 5.5 to 6.5 / TOEFL 50 to 80), or Advanced to Fluent (IELTS 6.5 to 9 / TOEFL 80 to 110). This course uses a foundational rule of English to review vocabulary and grammar while improving listening and mouth muscle production.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Listening
7 Lectures 12:00
Introduction
01:58


Practice Introduction
02:06

Review the Instructions
00:38

Three Practice Examples
02:50

Practice Summary
01:57

From Listening to Pronunciation
01:19
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Pronunciation
5 Lectures 05:27
Introduction
00:33

Instructions
00:23

Examples
00:52

More Examples
02:57

Conclusion
00:42
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Grammar A: Simple Future Practice
9 Lectures 08:30
From Content Words to Structure Words
00:56

Structure Words: Helping Verbs
00:27

How Can This Help Your Advanced Grammar?
00:59

Simple Future Overview
00:40

Exercise with 'will'
01:01

Exercise with 'to be going to'
02:19

Add on Common Words for Mouth Muscle Practice
00:18

Contraction List Practice
01:27

Simple Future Wrap-Up
00:23
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Grammar B: Perfect Tense Practice
4 Lectures 04:03
Introduction
00:22

All Perfect Tense Types
01:05

Don't Worry About Meaning
00:27

List Practice
02:09
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Grammar C: Conditionals
7 Lectures 05:12
Introduction
00:33

Overview of Conditionals
00:53

Practice Instructions
00:06

Listen and Repeat Exercise
01:15

The Importance of 3rd Conditional
01:01

Quick 3rd Conditional Examples
00:26

Conclusion
00:58
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Course Conclusion
2 Lectures 02:23
Course Review
01:53

Thanks and Good Bye
00:30
About the Instructor
Christopher (Chris) Ryan
4.0 Average rating
2 Reviews
25 Students
5 Courses
M Ed. - U. Sydney / B.A. - U.W.O. / Journalism Crt - Langara

I have been involved in the English Language Learning industry for nearly twenty years working in three different countries. My experience teaching thousands of students from all over the world has led me to develop lessons that impact those needing to improve specific skills, or their ability in general. 

As a former IELTS Examiner I understand the needed approaches for standardized tests, and with my deep knowledge of academics, I can help students connect foundational rules to student understanding.

Improving in English means different things to different people. I hope my lessons help you along the path to success.