What if I told you all you need to do to learn to speak English without an accent is watch videos on a daily basis?
Guess what, it really is that simple. We’ve seen thousands of students undergo our training and come out speaking like natives. If you’re done with making embarrassing pronunciation mistakes when speaking English, you’ve come to the right place.
The Problem Students Face Learning to Pronounce a New Language is EASY to Overcome
Pronunciation is a huge struggle for students who want to learn to speak a language. No one wants to fumble over words with an embarrassing accent!
Do not feel alone in your struggle to pronounce English correctly. Many thousands of people visit EasyPronunciation.com every day in search of a way to finally lose the accent.
By using our simple and fast language learning methodology, many achieve this dream.
The good news is it isn’t some long, convoluted process to achieve the end goal. We have a simple three step system:
Students simply watch a video of just one word then repeat back the word. You can check our exclusive guide on how to learn pronunciation that explains everything in detail.
You’ll watch videos like the one below to help train your brain to learn correct pronunciation.
You can adjust the playback speed of videos in case if they are too fast for your level.
The course "American English Pronunciation for University Students" has 3,700 carefully selected English words and 300 common phrases read by a native speaker.
Scientists have proven the importance of mimicking in-person when learning a new language. We take that principle by making videos that not only allow you to hear how the word is spoken, but let you see how to pronounce it by watching the movement of the native speaker’s mouth.
In the videos the speaker was filmed with two HD video cameras from two different angles (front and side view). This will help you understand and imitate the movements of the speech organs.
By going through the content one word at a time, you can learn at a pace that matches your needs. Take your time on each video watching, listening, speaking then repeating.
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Install the language course on as many computers as you want. All major operating systems (Windows, Mac OS, Linux) are supported.
Lifetime updates of Pronunciation Player – a unique software specially designed to help you learn pronunciation quickly. The course can be downloaded only with Pronunciation Player. If you want additional features, feel free to let us know!
Get access to all levels of our online English listening quiz. The quiz uses the audio recordings from the course and will help you improve your listening skills.
Frequently Asked Questions about this course
Is the pronunciation course compatible with mobile devices?
No. You can't install the foreign language courses on your tablet or cell phone – although we do have future plans to create an app.
Where can I download sample video clips?
Sample videos can be watched for free online on the page about the sounds in American English.
How were the English words and phrases selected?
The most common English words
It is quite reasonable for a beginning English language learner to focus at first on the most popular English words. To decide which words to include in this course, we used an English word frequency list.
Examples of each American English sound
The course gives you many examples for each American English sound as they are pronounced in the beginning, middle, and ends of words.
English words often have two or three consonants that appear one after another. These are called consonant clusters. Here are few examples: place, street, empty.
Words with consonant clusters can be real tongue-twisters. We analyzed the 81 most popular English two- and three-consonant clusters, and included the words containing these clusters in the course for you to practice.
-s and -d endings
The rules on how to pronounce -s and -d endings are pretty complicated in English. Have a look at this table:
|Last sound of a word||Sound to add||Examples|
|Pronunciation rules for -s ending|
|/s/||groups, books, students, beliefs, months|
|/əz/||cases, arises, dishes, inches, garages, changes|
|all other sounds||/z/||jobs, kids, drugs, schools, times, questions, things, breathes, lives, bras, issues, studies, laws, eyes, allows, boys, days, goes, others, occurs, years, affairs, tours, scores, cars|
|Pronunciation rules for -d ending|
|/t/||developed, asked, watched, laughed, unearthed, based, published|
|all other sounds||/d/||described, changed, shrugged, called, seemed, turned, belonged, breathed, moved, used, continued, married, thawed, tried, allowed, employed, paid, showed, considered, occurred, appeared, compared, secured, ignored, starred|
Don't want to learn this table by heart? Don't worry — you won't need to if you practice regularly with our course! We included a lot of examples for each of these rules, so you will automatically learn how to pronounce -s and -d endings correctly.
Some words in English are spelled the same, but are pronounced differently and have different meanings. These words are called homographs. Compare:
- I need to use [ˈjuːz] it.
- the use [ˈjuːs] of a dictionary
If you mix up the pronunciation of these words, you might be misunderstood. To help you learn these words, the course includes the 120 most frequent English homographs.
The course includes every cardinal number from 1 to 100. The cardinal numbers indicate how many of something there are.
It also includes the ordinal numbers from first to twentieth. The ordinal numbers indicate the position of something in a list.
Basic English phrases
For people that just want to communicate in basic English while travelling, the course includes 300 common phrases, such as:
|Thank you very much!|
|Can you speak more slowly?|
|Where's the washroom?|
|Do you speak English?|
|Can you write it down?|
All these phrases were pronounced with a natural intonation and normal speech rate. That may be too fast for beginners, but don't forget that Pronunciation Player allows you to slow down the recordings by 50% while preserving the natural quality of the voice.
The course also covers all the letters of the English alphabet, names of the months, and days of the week.
Do the course videos have subtitles?
All video clips have two types of subtitles, each of which can be turned on and off separately:
- English subtitles. These subtitles will show you the spelling of the word in English.
- Phonetic transcription subtitles. These will help you make out unfamiliar sounds and improve your pronunciation.
How fast is the speech rate?
All words from this course are pronounced slowly with good articulation, to help you easily imitate the native speaker. But sometimes even "slow" is not slow enough for beginner language learners – you just can't make out all the sounds of a particular word (the word can be long, or it can contain a lot of unfamiliar sounds). In order to solve this word pronunciation problem, Pronunciation Player allows you to decrease the playback speed by 50% and see how the lips move in slow-motion. This feature is unique in that a special sound processing technology was used to keep the voice sounding natural and distortion-free during this slow playback.
It doesn't matter whether you are learning French Pronunciation, American English Pronunciation or Russian pronunciation, this pronunciation tool will be invaluable in your journey as a language learner.
How is the video and sound quality?
Learn more about the video and sound quality of our courses.
What is the download size of the course?
The total size of all files of the course after download is 1006.18 MB.