How to learn the British accent testimonial

How to learn the British accent testimonial Hey everyone, I just received a video testimonial from British accent learner Gabriel who uses my course, so I thought I should share his experience with you. It’s already helping him achieve his goal of speaking with a British accent and will help you, too!  

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How To Speak in a British Accent- FREE LESSONS

Here are some of the FREE Lesson videos we have published so far- MORE to come! Make sure you also sign up to my FREE accent lesson emails (see last video on this list to see how)!   FREE British accent lesson: VOWELS – – – – – Diphthongs (Double Vowel Sounds) ✔   FREE […]

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The British accent vs American accent

The British accent vs American accent When speaking, a person’s accent, regardless if it’s a British accent, American, or otherwise,  is often the first thing that is noticed, and it can provide many subtle clues regarding a person’s background. Although English is the primary language used throughout the United States of America and the United […]

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Employers more likely to hire people with British accents

Employers more likely to hire people with British accents   Without question, one of the most popular accents in the world today is the British accent. It has grown in popularity each and every year and more and more, employers are hiring potential employees with British accents. It shows class and dignity having a British […]

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British Accent Training- How to make your British accent ‘flow’

Have you ever noticed how- when British people speak- their speech, their sentences and words sounds so finely ‘interwoven’, as if glued together. Their speech really seems to ‘flow’. This can sometimes cause people from outside of England to have difficulty understanding the British, because some words that should be familiar somehow sound very different. […]

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The Differences Between Spoken And Written English

The English language is universal and it’s spoken almost all over the world by billions of people, but estimated numbers state that only about 390 million people have English as their native or first language. This means that billions of other people in the world have English as a second language that must be learnt […]

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