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How to Pronounce ‘J’ and ‘Y’ sound in English?

Do you face problems saying words that start with ‘Y’ and ‘J’? If you are a Spanish speaker wants to learn English, you will experience difficulties in pronouncing these letters. In the English language, to make the ‘J’ sound you need to place your tongue behind the top teeth and close your teeth together so that […]

Mar 15, 2019

Exercises You Can Do to Improve English Vocabulary

Having a good vocabulary will help you to improve your speech and become a more confident speaker. To learn new English words, you must understand them and be able to use the words correctly when you speak or write. Here is an exercise where you need to pick the correct meaning of the words given […]

Mar 13, 2019

Common Mistakes to Avoid while Speaking English

Difference between ‘SAY’ and ‘TELL’   Those who are learning English, often find it difficult to differentiate the usage of ‘say’ and ‘tell’. Well, there is an easy rule for this.   SAY – When you use ‘say’, you just say something. With ‘say’, you do not need to mention the person (an object pronoun). […]

Mar 7, 2019

Quick Reminders that will Help You to Be a Better Speaker

Public speaking and presentation skills can be called as an art. With persistent practice and constant improvement, one can master the craft. Here are some proven tips that you can follow to be a Better Speaker:   Pause – Subtle Pause is really important in a speech. Sometimes a pause can be more effective than […]

Mar 5, 2019

Importance of Intonation in Public Speaking

Intonation holds great importance in Public Speaking. It refers to the pitch and tone modulation of a speaker to give stress to the relevant words in order to make the speech more expressive.   Here are some positive aspects of Intonation: With Intonation, you can allow the emotion that you are bringing to the subject […]

Mar 5, 2019

Easy Techniques to Prepare for Public Speaking

Generally, people say communication is actually 10% of the words that you use. There are so many other little micro-communications with your eyebrows, your facial expressions, and your body language, especially with your posture.   At the initial stage you will tend to get nervous, and you will experience adrenaline that reflects in your body […]

Mar 4, 2019

Short Exercise to Test Your English Vocabulary

Expanding your English vocabulary is crucial for having effective communication. It helps you to express clearly and concisely, and people will understand you more easily. There are easy ways to uplift your vocabulary strength. Some of them are: Read as much as you can Learn the words that are unknown Consult a Dictionary or Thesaurus […]

Mar 1, 2019

Quick Notes on the Variations in Vowel Sounds

English is a non-phonetic language, where you have got different vowel sounds but they have nothing to do with the spelling. For Example:   Words like “Pull” & “Pool” have the same pronunciation though they have different vowels. Whereas, “Pour” & “Pool” have the same vowel but the pronunciation is slightly different. In “blonde,” the […]

Feb 28, 2019

Awesome Tips to Expand Your Vocabulary and Improve the English Pronunciation

  Non-native English speakers often inquire about how to improve the English vocabulary and enunciate words with an American Accent. In this article, we will discuss some easy and fun ways to expand the list of words you use.   An Accent is a distinctive way of pronouncing a language, especially one associated with a […]

Feb 22, 2019

Important Techniques You Need To Practice To Sound Like A Native American English Speaker

  The common question non-native English speakers often ask is “How to master the skills of speaking in an American Accent?”   And the Instructors from Localmasters Team always tell the students and working professionals to practice some key sounds that are used by Native English Speakers.   Practicing English pronunciation can bring significant results: […]

Feb 19, 2019

Correct Mouth Positions: English Accent Training

A person’s first language affects the way they sound when they speak English. If you are an Indian or Chinese by origin, you will most likely sound different when speaking English from a person whose first language is Arabic. Have you ever thought about why this happens? It is because of mouth position. Mouth position means […]

Feb 18, 2019

Common Rules for Vowel Pronunciation in English Language

  English Letters ‘a‘, ‘e‘, ‘i‘, ‘o‘, ‘u‘ are commonly known as vowels. The reason they are called vowels is because, you can pronounce it without obstructing the air to flow through the mouth. In all vowels, the flow of air is unobstructed at the time of pronouncing. On the other hand, Consonant sounds are […]

Feb 16, 2019

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