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Even Advanced Speakers Make These Pronunciation Mistakes

Kevin Naglich
Founder, Deliberate English

I believe that deliberate practice is the best way for you to get out of English Intermediate Purgatory. So every lesson I make is designed to help you do more of it.

In this video, you'll see how deliberate practice comes alive over the course of a fun 20-minute live lesson.

Throughout the lesson, you'll join the student and:

  • analyze mistakes, πŸ€“
  • practice your pronunciation with interactive challenges, πŸŽ™οΈ
  • and learn how pronunciation can help your listening and confidence. πŸ’ͺ

This video is an excellent example of the type of experience you'll have in the Deliberate English Community. πŸŽ‰

Click here to learn more and join the community!

To wrap things up, here's a little table of contents of what you can expect in the lesson above.


0:00 - Intro & Explanation of the Class

‍0:35 - How to Pronounce "ed" After "t"

‍1:32 - How to Pronounce "th"

‍2:25 - How to Pronounce "Γ¦"

‍3:14 - How to Pronounce "v"

‍4:32 - When to use "Γ¦" (Interactive Challenge Maze)

‍6:39 - When to Pronounce "s" like "z"

‍7:42 - Unvoiced vs. Voiced Sounds with "s"

‍8:56 - Review of "th", "Γ¦", and "v"

‍11:10 - How Pronunciation Affects Your Listening

‍12:14 - How to Pronounce "Ι™"

‍12:57 - Review of "th", "Γ¦", "v", and "Ι™"

‍13:37 - How to Pronounce "d"

‍16:49 - How to Be More Confident With Your English

‍18:16 - Deliberate English Online Course

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