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.
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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 "æ"
3:14 - How to Pronounce "v"
4:32 - When to use "æ" (Interactive Challenge Maze)
6:39 - When to Pronounce "s" like "z"
7:42 - Unvoiced vs. Voiced Sounds with "s"
8:56 - Review of "th", "æ", and "v"
11:10 - How Pronunciation Affects Your Listening
12:14 - How to Pronounce "ə"
12:57 - Review of "th", "æ", "v", and "ə"
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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