Pronunciation Lessons

English Pronunciation Lessons with JenniferESL (42 Video Files)


Jennifer is a very talented teacher. I really like watching her video lessons and her soft spoken female voice makes me totally understand English rather than listening to other tongue twisted native English speakers.

The English Pronunciation Lessons with JenniferESL feature topics:
• unvoiced “th”
• voiced “th”
• Rhythm through Rhymes
• /l/ in the initial position
• /l/ in the middle position
• /l/ in the final position
• “R” as a vowel sound
• “R” as a consonant sound
• “R” and “L”
• Word Stress
• Thought Groups
• Stress in phrases and sentences
• Advanced Stress Patterns
• Falling and Rising Intonation
• CAN’T and CAN
– Part One focuses on the pronunciation of the contraction CAN’T. An explanation and exercises are provided. Level: Intermediate to advanced.
– Part Two focuses on the pronunciation of CAN. An explanation and exercises are provided. Level: Intermediate to advanced.
• Omission of /t/ in spoken American English
• Pronunciation of T in American English
– The “true” T
– The flap T (or tap)

Download Links:

English_Pronunciation_Lessons_VDO.part1.rar
English_Pronunciation_Lessons_VDO.part2.rar
English_Pronunciation_Lessons_VDO.part3.rar
English_Pronunciation_Lessons_VDO.part4.rar
Bonus
English_Pronunication_VDO_Bonus.rar

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