English Pronunciation - learn perfect English pronunciation
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English Pronunciation - learn perfect English pronunciation

Learn how to speak like a native English speaker in only five minutes a day! Say goodbye to your accent!
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Created by Scott Mendoza
Last updated 12/2015
English
Price: $20
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Speak English clearly and fluently
  • You will learn how to make each of the English sounds.
  • You learn how to speak with the same rhythm as a native English speaker.
  • You will learn how to link you speech like a native English Speaker.
  • You will be able to give presentations and interviews in English and sound natural.
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Requirements
  • If you can understand some basic English, then you are ready to begin this course!
Description

Best selling udemy pronunciation course.

Why should you buy this course and not others?

1. Every student gets a free accent assessment. I will tell you where you need help and what to work on.

2. I cover how to make every sound in English and give plenty of practice.

3. I have created special pronunciation paragraphs that no other course has. They will fix the flow of your English and connect everything you have been practicing.

This course was specially designed to help English learners overcome one the most important parts of speaking a new language, their pronunciation or accent.

How often do people ask you to repeat something because they cannot understand your English?

How many times do you not speak English confidently  because you are unsure if you will be understood?

Do you need to give a presentation or interview in English?

Now you do not have to worry. This course will give you everything you need to speak English clearly and fluently. We cover all the sounds of the English language and teach you how to sound like a native speaker. Every lesson is in video format so you are able to watch and copy the native speaker produce the sound and words.

Other courses just give you a few examples and expect that to help you change your accent. We know that won't help, so we have provided you with a wide variety of practice and methods. The course has worked for 1000's of students. Its time for you to try.

Stop wasting time and money on private English tutors or expensive classes! Now all you need is five minutes a day!

We include a FREE English assessment with every purchase!

Sign up NOW and change your future! Speak better English.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is meant for English learners of all levels. Speaking clearly and with confidence is one of the most important parts of learning a new language.
  • Now you can learn to do it with little effort. We provide you with every sound of the English language.
  • This course gives you all the practice you need to sound fluent and native.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 43 Lectures Collapse All 43 Lectures 02:57:37
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Welcome to ByeAccent - English
2 Lectures 02:12

In this lecture we explain why you need to take our accent assessment as the first part of this course.

When learning English, a student's accent will vary and each student will have their own strengths and weakness. With our accent assessment, we will tell you exactly what lessons you need to practice more. This saves you time and makes sure you have a well rounded English accent.

The asessment is free. Just send us an email at byeaccent@gmail.com

Preview 01:09
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Single Vowel Sounds ( SVS )
7 Lectures 41:46

Single vowel sound are very important and very easy to learn. In this section we will cover all of the single vowel sounds. Each lesson will have three parts.

1st we will present the sound and practice how to form it.

2nd we will practice using that sound in English words.

3rd we will use all the sounds in a full sentence practicing our natural pronunciation and fluency.

Preview 01:19

In this lesson we will learn 4 new single vowel sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

/i/ - Sea

/ɪ/ - Sit

/ʊ/ - Book

/u/ - Too


The practice sentence is

Sit by the sea with a book, too

Preview 09:25

SVS 1 - Sound Formation Practice
05:02

In this lesson we will learn 4 new single vowel sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

/ɛ/ - left

/ə/ - away

/ɜ/ - her

/ɔ/ - door

The practice sentence is

To the left, away from her door.

Single Vowel Sound 2 - How to pronounce /ɛ/ /ə/ /ɜ/ /ɔ/
07:54

SVS 2 - Sound Formation Practice
05:05

In this lesson we will learn 4 new single vowel sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

/æ/ - hat

/ʌ/ - up

/ɑ/ - far

/ɒ/ - on

The practice sentence is

The hat is far up on it.

Single Vowel Sound 3 - How to pronounce /æ/ /ʌ/ /ɑ/ /ɒ/
07:37

SVS 3 - Sound Formation Practice
05:24
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Double Vowel Sounds ( DVS )
7 Lectures 29:39

Double vowel sound are very important and very easy to learn. In this section we will cover all of the double vowel sounds. A double vowel sound will be a combintion of single vowel sounds that we learned in the previous section. Each lesson will have three parts.

1st we will present the sound and practice how to form it.

2nd we will practice using that sound in English words.

3rd we will use all the sounds in a full sentence practicing our natural pronunciation and fluency

Double Vowel Sounds - Introduction
01:09

In this lesson we will learn 3 new double vowel sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

eɪ - wait

ɔɪ - coin

aɪ - like

The practice sentence is

Wait I like that coin.


Double Vowel Sound 1 - How to pronounce /eɪ/ /ɔɪ //aɪ/
06:05

DVS 1 - Sound Formation Practice
04:01

In this lesson we will learn 3 new double vowel sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

/eə/ - hair

/ɪə/ - here

/ʊə/ - tourist

The practice sentence is

The tourist has hair here.

Double Vowel Sound 2 - How to pronounce /eə/ /ɪə/ /ʊə/
05:31

DVS 2 - Sound Formation Practice
04:15

In this lesson we will learn 3 new double vowel sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

/oʊ/ - show

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/aʊ/ - mouth

The practice sentence is

Show the mouth.

Double Vowel Sound 3 - How to pronounce /oʊ/ /aʊ/
05:25

DVS 3 - Sound Formation Practice
03:13
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Unvoiced Consonants ( UVC )
5 Lectures 32:42

Unvoiced consonant sounds are very important and very easy to learn. In this section we will cover all of the Unvoiced consonant sounds. Unvoiced means we do NOT use our vocal cords when producing a sound. The sound is made from only passing air through our mouth.

Each lesson will have three parts.

1st we will present the sound and practice how to form it.

2nd we will practice using that sound in English words.

3rd we will use all the sounds in a full sentence practicing our natural pronunciation and fluency.

Unvoiced Consonants - Introduction
01:19

In this lesson we will learn 5 new unvoiced consonant sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

/p/ - pea

/f/ - free

/k/ - coin

/t/ - tree

/h/ - hope

The practice sentence is

Hope for a free coin the pea tree.



Unvoiced Consonants 1 - How to pronounce /p/ /f/ /k/ /t/ /h/
09:47

UVC 1 - Sound Formation Practice
06:44

In this lesson we will learn 4 new unvoiced consonant sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

/s/ - see

/ʃ/ - sheep

/ʧ/ - cheese

/θ/ - thing

The practice sentence is

The thing you see is sheep cheese.

Unvoiced Consonants 2 - How to pronounce /s/ /ʃ/ /ʧ/ /θ/
09:27

UVC 2 - Sound Formation Practice
05:25
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Voiced Consonants ( VC )
9 Lectures 51:59

Voiced consonant sounds are very important and very easy to learn. In this section we will cover all of the voiced consonant sounds. Voiced means we do use our vocal cords when producing a sound. The sound is made from a combination of virating the vocal cords and passing air through our mouth.

Each lesson will have three parts.

1st we will present the sound and practice how to form it.

2nd we will practice using that sound in English words.

3rd we will use all the sounds in a full sentence practicing our natural pronunciation and fluency.

Voiced Consonants - Introduction
01:09

In this lesson we will learn 3 new voiced consonant sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

/m/ - mouse


/n/ - now


/ŋ/ - thing

The practice sentence is

Now the thing is a mouse.

Voiced Consonants 1 - How to pronounce /m/ /n/ /ŋ/
06:50

VC 1 - Sound Formation Practice
04:24

In this lesson we will learn 4 new voiced consonant sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

/b/ - boat

/v/ - video

/ð/ - this

/d/ - dog

The practice sentence is

This video is a dog boat.

Voiced Consonants 2 - How to pronounce /b/ /v/ /ð/ /d/
08:09

VC 2 - Sound Formation Practice
04:52

In this lesson we will learn 4 new voiced consonant sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

/z/ - zoo

/ʒ/ - television

/ʤ/ - joke

/g/ - go

The practice sentence is

Go joke at the television zoo.

Voiced Consonants 3 - How to pronounce /z/ /ʒ/ /ʤ/ /g/
08:36

VC 3 - Sound formation Practice
05:16

In this lesson we will learn 4 new voiced consonant sounds.

The sounds and their practice words are -

/w/ - we

/l/ - love

/r/ - run

/j/ - you

The practice sentence is

You run and we love.

Voiced Consonants 4 - How to pronounce /w/ /l/ /r/ /j/
07:39

VC 4 - Sound Formation Practice
05:04
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Pronunciation Paragraphs - Learn to match rhythm, intonation and linking
13 Lectures 19:19

You may have noticed that even if you can produce the sounds of the English language, you still sound unnatural. That's because sound formation is only a small part of the puzzle. English is like music. It has its own flow and rhythm. Once you are able to match that flow or rhythm, you will sound much more natural. The problem is that most courses don't give you the material that will actually let you learn to match the rhythm of English. Other courses just focus on telling you about it. But in this course we would rather help you learn HOW to do it.


You must learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions.


The paragraphs will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Introduction to Pronunciation Paragraphs
00:29

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Short Vowel Sounds 1.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Short Vowel Sounds 1
01:34

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Short Vowel Sounds 2.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Short Vowel Sounds 2
01:23

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Short Vowel Sounds 3.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Short Vowel Sounds 3
01:27

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Double Vowel Sounds 1.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Double Vowel Sounds 1
01:26

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Double Vowel Sounds 2.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Double Vowel Sounds 2
01:33

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Double Vowel Sounds 3.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Double Vowel Sounds 3
01:13

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Unvoiced Consonants 1.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Unvoiced Consonants 1
01:47

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Unvoiced Consonants 2.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Unvoiced Consonants 2
01:48

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Voiced Consonants 1.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Voiced Consonants 1
01:25

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Voiced Consonants 2.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Voiced Consonants 2
01:40

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Voiced Consonants 3.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Voiced Consonants 3
01:47

Learning to speak English like a native speaker requires more than just producing sounds correctly. You must also learn to match the rhythm, intonation and word linking of a native speaker. Native speakers of English learn this through constant interaction with other English speakers. We have designed these pronunciation paragraphs to match those interactions. In this pronunciation paragraph we focus on the sounds from Voiced Consonants 4.


The paragraph will be read at a slow speed and then a natural (fast) speed. Try your best to recreate what you hear. Read along and focus on sound production as well as matching the rhythm.

Voiced Consonants 4
01:47
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Tricky endings - Learn how to pronounce endings such as -ing -ed and silent 'e'
0 Lectures 00:00
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Scott Mendoza
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I am an English instructor and accent reduction coach. I spent many years studying how the brain works and learns. I then took that knowledge and started learning new languages to see if I could understand and improve the way we approach language learning. What did I learn about languages? I learned that a strong understanding of a language's pronunciation is the key to success. Improving your accent enhances every other part of language learning and gives you the confidence need. Stop wasting time and improve your accent. The rest is easy.