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Speech Therapy

English Pronunciation

Speaking English is not a great deal when the opposing one doesn't understand. Speaking English matters when listeners understand it easily. The English Pronunciation Course is a way to strengthen your pronunciation and vocabulary. Experienced and native American tutors plan the outline of the course so that every student can succeed. The lectures/sessions will help you with the right sound and fluency of the words.

Speech Therapy Session

Pronunciation of English sounds

Some words are difficult to pronounce and can change the whole meaning of the sentence with wrong pronunciation. These words mainly include "SH", "CH", L, and R.

In this course, lectures and videos will be based on these words and how to pronounce them in different combinations of words. This course will enable you to speak effortlessly and convey the exact meaning of the sentence to others. 

Level: A1 | A2

Time: 20 minutes

Sessions: 3/week

Topics you will cover

  • English Vowels 
  • English Consonant
  • English Accents
  • Personal goals for Pronunciation
  • Concepts of Intelligibility, Credibility and Identity.
  • Suprasegmental features

What to expect in this course?

Here you will find out the importance of pronunciation in communication. Besides that, you will be able to come across new words and know how to pronounce them.

You will be introduced to different learning materials like videos and exercises. In this way you will learn about different sounds, stresses and accents. 

You will be assisted in setting your goals. By the end of the course you should be able to talk fluently and confidently. Alongside that, you should be able to understand others and respond them according to their expectations. 


Tutors will introduce you to different types of accents and pronunciations. This will help you understand any type of English communication globally.

By the end of the course you will be able to understand and differ among different pronunciation rules. You will also know about vowels, consonants and synonyms.

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