You have trouble pronouncing? Every time you speak English, everyone shakes their head, not understanding. Even if you try, it is very difficult to change, because the voice is a habit not easy to influence. Many people tried for years to not practice their local language. The genus is English.
Stop changing your voice again, and use helpful tips to make your pronunciation easier to hear!
1. Learn how to pronounce English with English phonetic tables
In order to get a standard English pronunciation, it is important to first study the phonetic alphabet to pronounce the pronunciation characters in English first.
2. Record your voice
You often don’t hear your own voice correctly. Have you ever thought of your voice like this, but is it completely different when recording or microphone? That’s right, the new voice is your standard voice. And other people also hear you say that voice. So the first thing, you need to determine how your pronunciation really works. Use any device such as smartphone, laptop, recorder … to record your English voice. Then try to assess what you are missing. Pronouncing the last syllable, not accenting, wrong pronunciation, … From there, we can find a useful solution.
3. Listen carefully before speaking
You should listen to lots of materials and not follow anything. Learn English with the ear first. When you silently focus on listening, your brain will reach the highest level of receptive. You will gradually get used to the sound you are hearing to form an unconditional reflex: to imitate. This listening process needs to be lengthened and has enough time. Avoid cases that have not been heard carefully and hurriedly follow!
4. Imitate a famous character
Find someone who has the voice you are pursuing. For example, if you want to speak American English, you can go to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Miley Cyrus, … Or you want to speak English – English, can follow Emma Watson, Daniel Raddcliffe, … Yes Many friends can choose. Try to say the voice is like them. To be able to imitate the most accurately, imagine yourself as them. And speaking my own language. This approach is much more effective than you think you are following another person.
5. Frequently speak English slowly and clearly
Learn to speak English clearly and slowly. Don’t say too fast or too small because this often makes others unable to hear you. Sometimes the lice make you inferior to your ability to speak English. It’s best to speak at a moderate pace, and remember to emphasize key phrases.
6. Do not deliberately exaggerate the voice
Many disabled friends exaggerate their voices for … like English. It means that you are bracing yourself to give the final sound very clearly, making a lot of notes, deliberately creating a loud style like when a native speaker talks. Please! Keep your normal natural voice. You can also speak English well! That exaggeration makes your voice unnatural and makes others unable to hear!
Keep your voice, learn to pronounce well and listen to a lot. You will definitely speak English well! Good luck!
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