Welcome to ESL Speech Connect!

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Pronunciation Skills

You don't have to be an expert in the English language.  Even the slightest modification of an accent can help improve communication.

Puzzles and Games

Practice pronunciation with these activities.

Take a Quiz

Take a quiz for verb tenses or pronunciation.

Free Course

Take this free course and see for yourself!

FAQ

  • What is the skill level needed for these lessons?

Intermediate-Advanced skill level of English. ​ If you're still unsure of your skill level, you can check out the free trial lesson and see how much you understand and how comfortable you feel with the material. ​ If you are struggling to understand the information, then these lessons may be too advanced for you at this time.

  • Who are these lessons for?

Anyone at an intermediate-advanced level who wants to become more familiar with American English pronunciation will benefit from these tutorials. 

  • Is it possible to eliminate an accent?

That is dependent on many factors. ​ In general, the younger a person is, the easier it is to "lose" one's accent or change from one accent to another. ​ This is especially true if one is a child, immersed within the 2nd language that he/she is learning. ​ Otherwise, unfortunately, it is very difficult to completely 'get rid' of one's accent. ​ It may not be totally impossible, and some adults might even achieve this if they are highly motivated, have a good 'ear' for other languages and pronunciation, spend many hours practicing their speech (as actors/actresses do), ​ and spend as much time as they can with other speakers of that target language. ​

  • What is needed to take these courses?
  • Desire to Learn!
  • Internet Connection
  • Google Chrome Browser
  • Mirror
  • Microphone (to record your speech)
  • Adobe Reader
  • A quiet place to listen and study

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