American Accent Training

Author: Ann Cook
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 9780764196515
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Directed to speakers of English as a second language, a multi-media guide to pronouncing American English covers grammar, vocabulary, pronunication, reading, writing, and listening comprehension.

American Accent Training

Author: Ann Cook
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 9781438071657
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Directed to speakers of English as a second language, a multi-media guide to pronouncing American English uses a "pure-sound" approach to speaking to help imitate the fluid ways of American speech.

Mastering the American Accent 2nd edition

Author: Lisa Mojsin, M.A.
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 1438068867
Format: PDF
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This instructional program is designed to diminish the accents of men and women who speak English as their second language. Specific exercises concentrate on vowel sounds, problematic consonants such as V, W, TH, the American R, and the often confusing American T sound. It teaches them to employ correct syllable stress, emphasize the correct words in a sentence for native sounding rhythm, speak with American intonation, link words for smoother speech flow, use common word contractions, and more. Additional topics that often confuse ESL students are also discussed and explained. Includes a native language guide that references problematic accent issues of 13 different language backgrounds. There is also a link to downloadable audio that uses male and female voices to coach correct American-style pronunciation.

Pronouncing American English

Author: Gertrude F. Orion
Publisher: Heinle & Heinle Pub
ISBN: 9781111352103
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Newly updated, this classic text continues to be the most comprehensive overview of the American sound system. With an easy-to-follow format and thorough coverage of vowels, consonants, stress and intonation, Pronouncing American English guides students to develop clear speech. Perfect for the classroom, self-study, or in a language lab!

The American Accent Guide

Author: Beverly A. Lujan
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780963413949
Format: PDF
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Intended to help develop communication skills for professional advancement and social situations. It is recommended that students use the book in the initial stages of learning. Then practice again and again relying primarily on the sound discs.

English U S A Every Day

Author: Gilda Martinez-Alba
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 9781438009704
Format: PDF
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This new book helps familiarize immigrants and ESL learners with American culture and language in a lighthearted way. Learn vocabulary about everything from finding a job and locating a grocery store to facts about American culture and enjoying the night life. Includes common vocabulary and idioms, dialogues, fun activities, audio, an answer key, and more.

Lose Your Accent in 28 Days

Author: Judy Ravin
Publisher: Language Success Press
ISBN: 0972530045
Format: PDF
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Lose Your Accent in 28 Days is the powerful, proven system that will help the learner master American English pronunciation in weeks not months or years. This system features an interactive CD-ROM that shows you exactly how to pronounce EVERY vowel and consonant through hundreds of video clips. The Audio CD includes over 70 minutes of material on rhythm, stress, and everyday speech patterns. The book offers 80 techniques for better pronunciation. In all, the system offers 956 guided examples. Written by world-renowned accent reduction expert, Judy Ravin.