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  • How Sentence-Structuring Differentiates The American English Language
  • Learning English language might have been an easy nut to crack but conversing in American English accent surely not, especially when you have just arrived in the USA as a student or working professional. There are certain technicalities that are directly linked with the American English accent for speaking and for writing as well. Ultimately, everything leaves an impact on listening as well because all these are closely interlinked.  

    When you know you are not becoming so familiar with the local culture of America and especially the English accent proving out to be a mere difficult task – what should you gonna do? Do you easily understand when you speak, write or listen to conversations with native American English speakers? How important is your skills to perceive effective English communication?  

    We all know that hearing is different from listening, writing and that of, speaking. Somehow, there is always a difference in the sentences as well which might non-familiar to the non-native Americans. Native American speakers speak the sentences differently from those immigrants whose second language is English. Such people outside America pursue accent reduction courses to improvise and neutralize their English American accent and bring on the right changes in the speech. 


    To show the differentiation, we have a few sentences that could bring more clarity which statements are written in American English and which are not. 

    Let’s have a look at these:

    1. The car didn’t stop because the road was empty.  YES
    2. Have you seen the cat moving around the house? YES
    3. The movie theater is in the center of our city. YES
    4. Have you seen Tom’s new car? YES
    5. I’ve passed the driving test. So I’ll get my driving license very soon. NO


    So, that makes a clear difference that the 5th point does not belong to a native American sentence/ statement. 

    There is always a certain pattern or style for narrating any situation that is most difficult to comprehend for non-natives Americans. Sometimes, they use facial expressions or popular slang words from their hometowns and try to speak really quick and absurd to sound like a native American accent

    If you want to learn to make out the difference between American English sentences and how to speak like native American, enroll in the accent reduction course

    To know more details about the course, log onto


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