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The Magic of Deliberate English Speaking Skills Practice

The Magic of Deliberate English Speaking Skills Practice

Are you progressing with your English-speaking skills more slowly than you’d prefer? You might feel that you’re putting in more time and effort than you ever imagined, but you can’t seem to get to the next speech level fast enough. Science suggests that the road to...

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Accelerate Your Spoken English Success This Summer

Accelerate Your Spoken English Success This Summer

So I just found out that National Simplicity Day is coming up on Sunday, July 12th, here in the U.S. This is a day to step back, take stock and remove whatever’s creating friction. With Simplicity in mind, I have one question for you: What is one communication skill...

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One Must-Do of Spoken English Rhythm

One Must-Do of Spoken English Rhythm

How would you describe or characterize the rhythm of your first language? Want a little help with this question? Join us this summer for Clear Speech Success Accelerator. Section 1 or Section 2. When talking about the English sound system, there’s vocal...

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Consonant Articulation Counts!

Consonant Articulation Counts!

Have you ever paid attention to how a TEDtalk speaker typically articulates his/her consonant endings in words? If you hear this speaker talk in a conversation, you might not hear the endings so easily. However, when up on stage, you’re more likely to hear the...

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Speak English Loudly, For Grammar’s Sake!

Speak English Loudly, For Grammar’s Sake!

You probably understand that speaking loud enough in meetings is important. After all, you want people to hear your invaluable insights and ideas.  What you might not really understand is that it’s super important to speak loud enough at the beginning AND end of your...

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1 Tip to Speak Slower in English

1 Tip to Speak Slower in English

Imagine how much easier things would be at work if you knew exactly how to speak slower and decrease your speaking English speed.  Perhaps you would need to repeat yourself less. You would receive fewer “Could you please slow down and repeat that” requests. One Thing...

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Sarah Gallant, Spoken-English Communication Skills Specialist

Accent Modification Trainer & Coach

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