lunes, 15 de agosto de 2011

English Vocabulary Pronunciation

English Vocabulary Pronunciation

How to improve your pronunciation in english when you dont live in an english speaking country? What english to learn? How can you improve all your skills? When you attend classes in english but by mexican teachers with bad pronunciation and boring methods of teaching. Hi I am learning. english but I want to expand more and more vocabulary, pronunciation etc. you know please tell me. good. From what I can tell… Hi there, As far as vocabulary, exposure is the key. Not exposure of your body, either. You can only really learn words in context by hearing them in context. Chatting and listening to native english speakers is a better way to increase your vocabulary than reading it from a textbook. And it's a more interesting way. For pronunciation, it depends what your native language is. If English has sounds which are not in your first language, it is a good idea to study them in detail (e. G. "th" = produced with tongue and teeth, with or without voice), and then practice them daily. Start with just short words (e. G. Thee, the, though), and move on to more complex words (e. G. Othello, thermometer, methylated). Only progress if you get the sound right each time. If you've mastered the sounds, but want to modify your accent, research what specific problems people with your first language have with english. E. G. Spanish speakers have difficulty with vowel sounds, as English has many more than Spanish. Also, English pronunciation of vowels isn't strongly indicated by the spelling.

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