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American Accent Reduction & Clear Speech Training Program
n Complete Sounds Training from ABCDEDFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY Z with illustrations & Articulation
n Definition of American Accent
n Stressed or Stretching/ Unstressed or Outstretching of A sound i.e. Japan, Banana, Brazil, Belgium, Finland, England, system etc.
Some special sounds:
n I sound as I and ih in American Accent with words Practice.
n O Sound after Voiced and Unvoiced Consonants.
n W Training with Articulation and sentence practices.
n L Sound articulation, words and sentences & twister practice.
n Q sounds with exercise
Rules of T
n T is T at the beginning of a word or in a stressed syllable.
n T is D in the middle of a word.
n T is Held at the end of a word.
n T is Held before N in -tain and -ten endings.
n T is Silent after N with lax vowels.
n Final D as T & D i.e.
n T as D after Vowels i.e. party etc.
n T accent Reduction practice sentences
R sounds, words and sentences practice.
n R following L sound with words practice like Girl, World etc.
n R Blend sounds
n R at the beginning
n R at the Middle
n R at the end of word, with
Pronouncing Numbers in American Accent
SH sound and articulation with sentences practices
n Sh at the beginning of the words
n Sh Middle of the words
n Sh at end of Words
Voiced/Unvoiced TH following sentences practice
n Th at the beginning of Word
n Th middle of the word
n Th at the end of word
NOTE: The is pronounced with different sound with consonants and Vowels.
25 Words of Ch as [sh] and 50 Words of Ch as [K]
n Usage of “Ain’t=(be)+Not” in sentences,
n How to Contract shouldn’t have, wouldn’t have, and couldn’t have.
n Contraction of Subject and Helping Verb
n 30 French Words used in English
n Linking vowels sounds, using diphthongs and schwa sounds properly in spoken American English
n Identification of irregular verbs by Steve David Bloomberg.
Vowels and Consonants Sounds.
Practice of “As well as, as soon as, As much as” on rubber band.
n S as the Final sound in words ssss, iz, zzzz etc.
n Final D is pronounced as D, T and Id in American Accent.
n Voiced and Unvoiced Consonants
n What’s Schwa sound, definition where it’s found, its pronunciation.
n Vowels i.e sentence, Tense, lax and semi vowels
n Vowels diphthongs sounds and its practice sentence.
n THE and s’more sound
n T Connection with what, but, that
n Tongue Twister Practices with Sentences for all American Alphabet sounds with sentences.
n Accent Contraction/Reduction
n Liaison Rules: T+Y, D+Y, S+Y, Z+Y with words and sentences practices.
n Colloquial Reduction and Liaisons
n Use of “(Be) supposed to” CASE STUDY, Practice sentences.
n Use of Rather would with sentence practices
- In information questions
n Silent Letters
n Mispronounced Words with explanations and sentences.
Imran Ali Mallick
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