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INTRODUCTION

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I WANT TO REDUCE MY ACCENT.WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO FIRST?There are two basic skills you must learn right away if you want your speech to sound ...

Course #1 LESSON 1: THE MUSIC OF AMERICAN SPEECH

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IN THIS LESSON THE TAPE TEACHES YOU THE INTONATION (PITCH CHANGE) PATHERN WHICH IS CHARACTERISTIC OF WELL SPOKEN, STANDARD AMERICAN ENGLISHW...

Course #1 LESSON 2: RELAXING THE LIPS AND FRONT MOUTH

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IN THIS LESSON, THE TAPE TEACHES YOU TO OPEN YOUR MOUTH AND BEGIN SPEECH MOVEM...

Course #1 LESSON 3: CHANGING THE POSITION OF YOUR TONGU

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IN THIS LESSON YOU LEARN TO BEGIN USE THE MUSCLES IN THE BACK OF YOUR TONGUE W...

Course #1 LESSON 4: CREATING SPEECH IMPULSE IN THE REAR

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THIS LESSON TEACHES YOU TO CREATE SPEECH MOVEMENTS WITH THE MUSCLES IN THE REA...

Course #1 LESSON 5: AMERICAN VOWEL PRONUNCIATIONS

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IN THIS LESSON THE TAPE TEACHES YOU THE AMERICAN PRONUNCIATION OF SEVEN IMPORTANT VOWEL SOUNDS. YOU WILL LEARN TO PRODUCE THESE PRONUNCIATIO...

Course #1 LESSON 6: THE MORE DIFFICULT AMERICAN CONSONA

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Course #1 LESSON 7: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER!

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You will find the PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER passage printed several times on the next few pages. Listen to my reading of theis passage on the ...

Course #2 LESSON 1: SEPARATING THE HARD & SOFT VOWE

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[LANGUAGE NOTE: Second language English speakers form almost any language have at least some trouble separating the hard and soft vowels in ...

Course #2LESSON 2: MORE DIPHTHONGS AND VOWELS

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SECTION I: DIPHTHONGS {Counter #.......}[LANGUAGE NOTE: Diphthongs (also know as double vowels) are significantly different in American Engl...

Course #2LESSON 3: R

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[LANGUAGE NOTE: Many language groups such as SPANISH, ITALIAN, PORTUGUESE (European) , and RUSSIAN roll or trill the R-sounds with the front...

Course #2LESSON 4 : REVIEWING DIFFICULT CONSONANTS

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SECTION I : "R" and "L" {Counter #.................}[LANGUAGE NOTE : The American-style initial R-Sound should be practiced by speakers of a...

Course #2LESSON 5: NEW CONSONANTS; NEW PROBLEMS

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SECTION I : THE "S" {Counter #.............}L5/S1-A : INITIAL "S" Phonetic Symbol [ s ][LANGUAGE NOTE : Speakers from the following language...

Course #2LESSON 6: THE NASAL CONSONANTS

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L6/S1: THE "M" Phonetic Symbol: [ m ] SPELLING: "m" or "mm" as in MAN CAMP HAM...

Course #2LESSON SEVEN: VOICED & VOICELESS CONSONANT

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[LANGUAGE NOTE: Many Europeans have trouble pronouncing voiceless consonants a...

Course #2LESSON 8: RELAXING AFTER FINAL CONSONANTS

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People from many languages tend to use too much energy on final consonants. This can Cause extra puffs of air or even extra vowel sounds to ...

Course #3 LESSON 1: WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO ABOUT THE &

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SECTION I : "MEDIAL t" BECOMES SOFT "D" {Counter #.....}L1/S1-AWhen "T" falls ...

Course #3LESSON 2 : IS IT S OR Z? IS IT T OR D?

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When words add "s" or "ed" it's hard to tell exactly what will happen in the pronunciation. Here are the basic rules. Listen to the tape for...

Course #3LESSON 3 : THOSE CRAZY CONSONANT CLUSTERS

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Speakers from many languages fail to pronounce all stages consonant clusters.....

Course #3LESSON 4 : OTHER COLLOQUIAL SLOPPINESS

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Follow the instructions on the tape to produce the "informal" pronunciations Americans use every day for the following short words and phras...

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