Can’t make it to a course or just want to take it at your own pace at home, in the office or while travelling? You can purchase this audio course and get 15 minutes on line training over Skype free of charge.
The audio download/set of three audio CDs, lasting 210 minutes has an accompanying explanatory leaflet. The ‘Speak English Clearly’ course for English pronunciation has been developed over five years and we have trained countless people who have gone on to speak English with clarity and confidence.
The ‘Speak English Clearly’ box set can be bought on this page and also you can download the whole course or individual tracks with the corresponding pages of the booklet.
“This course is very enjoyable. It’s given me an insight into phonetic symbols as well as the sounds of English words. The more I practice, the easier it becomes and sooooo relaxing.” First language EDO
|Full Speak English Clearly – CD Box Set – £32.99
Price includes shipping.
|Full Speak English Clearly – Download Only – £29.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=1]|
The downloads are divided into ‘sound’ sections which are predominantly vowels or consonants. Lip vowels and tongue vowels refer to how the vowels are made and diphthongs and triphthongs refer to how they’re put together – these are on CD1. Front of mouth, middle of mouth and back of mouth consonants refer to the areas of the mouth involved in producing the sounds – these are on CD2. Once you know all the sounds, you can practice them with the texts and sentences – these are on CD3. You can record the “Arthur the Rat” text once you’ve practised it and send it back to us for analysis. This way we can help you target the sounds you need to practice the most.
There are photos of the various positions of the mouth that are required to make the essential vowel sounds and exercises on audio to help you relax your face and mouth. Each download includes a voice and articulation warm-up. These are essential for you to relax, use the breath to feed your voice and allow the muscles of your tongue and mouth to take up different positions
Please note that for most of the downloads, the accompanying leaflet requires Adobe Acrobat PDF reader
|Lip Vowels||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=29]|
|Tongue Vowels||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=30]|
|Front of Mouth Consonants||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=33]|
|Middle of Mouth Consonants||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=34]|
|Back of Mouth Consonants||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=35]|
|Change of stress within a word||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=36]|
|Practice Text – The Bank||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=37]|
|Practice Text – They Walked Along The Shore||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=38]|
|Sentences for Key Consonants||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=39]|
|Sentences for Key Vowels||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=40]|
|The Different Pronunciations for “the”||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=41]|
|Tips for the Voice||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=42]|
|Practice Text – Arthur The Rat||£1.99||[wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=43]|