What to Expect
The goal of training is improved communication, confidence, and success.
Your training will help you achieve clear, easy-to-understand accurate pronunciation, so you can be understood the first time.
Accents are a natural part of speaking a language. Some accents reflect regional differences, for example a Canadian vs. an Australian accent. Some accents are a product of learning English as a second (or third!) language: the sounds from your first language are influencing your spoken English now.
An accent is NOT a negative indicator of your intelligence or your language proficiency. It’s quite the opposite: it shows that you speak more than one language! Even still, a strong regional or foreign accent can make some speaking situations difficult. You may be less active in meetings at work, or perhaps you sit back quietly in social interactions.
We will show you WHAT to practice and HOW to practice to help you speak with confidence and clarity!
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Note: Accent Modification is sometimes referred to as “Accent Reduction” or “Accent Neutralization”.