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English Fluency For Asian Speakers: Accent Reduction For Chinese, Japanese, and Korean

English Fluency For Asian Speakers: Accent Reduction For Chinese, Japanese, and Korean

Автор Whitney Nelson

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English Fluency For Asian Speakers: Accent Reduction For Chinese, Japanese, and Korean

Автор Whitney Nelson

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Jan 31, 2018
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9781532800146
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Secrets of Reducing and Eliminating Your Asian Accent


English is the third most widely spoken language in the world and its gaining ground. It's already counted as an official language of 94 countries. People in every corner of the globe are enrolling in English schools and online classes. But why? The reasons are varied but simple. Globalization of businesses, tourism opportunities, and the world of entertainment are only a few of them.

This book is specifically written for Asian students who wishes to reduce their accent and greatly improve their English-fluent level. With the proven tips, tricks, and techniques in this book, you'll discover that you'll be in an entirely new and exciting level of learning within days.

 

In This English Fluency Guide, You'll..


✔ Learn where the hidden "z" sounds are in many English plural words and when to pronounce them.

✔ Discover the proper way to enunciate the five English vowels – a, e, i, o, u.

✔ Find out how to stress the correct syllables – the smallest part of any English word – in order to sound like a native speaker.

✔ Discover the fastest and easiest methods of shedding your accent. You'll be surprised at your options!

✔ Find out how the "immersion" can increase your fluency. You'll learn exactly what immersion is and how, even if you're not surrounded by native speakers, you can experience this powerfully productive process.

✔ Learn the top four reasons why speaking English like a native is absolutely essential in this global economic world of the twenty-first century.
 

The Quickest Way to English Fluency


This book covers various concepts, ideas, and techniques to help lift you off the English language plateau. English is not an easy language to learn. But if you are using proper methods to learn and speak, you'll find that your next level of learning is just a click away. Learn and adopt these techniques, tips, and secrets revealed in this book, and your English fluency will be on a whole different level within 30 days !

Remember: Practice doesn't make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect.

Download Now and Start Speaking Fluently

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Jan 31, 2018
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Hi! My name is Whitney. I am an international English professor and I have been an English professor of EFL for almost 23 years, during which time I have taught at all levels, and many age groups from Middle School up to adults. I have taught at a few big organizations in Korea and China, Open Universities, technical colleges, and high schools. I take great satisfaction in the fact that I was successful in helping even the weakest students to speak English and dramatically improve the level of many of those I taught. My success in teaching English is a huge part of why I am so confident in giving advice about learning languages. As English has become such an important skill for connecting with the world at large – be it for business, education or pleasure – I am eager to do all I can to support you in reaching your individual goals. www.englishwithwhitney.com


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English Fluency For Asian Speakers - Whitney Nelson

Introduction: Speak Like a Native Speaker

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There’s a wonderful scene in an episode of the television show, the Big Bang Theory, in which Raj, one of the four nerdy physicists buys his first iPhone with voice recognition. He insists there’s something wrong with it, though.

Every time he attempts to ask Siri, the name of the voice on the phone, she claims she can’t understand him.

Can you relate to this scenario? Did you believe that you had nearly overcome your accent and spoke nearly like a native – until you tried talking to Siri?

No doubt, that was a heck of a wake-up call. You aren’t alone in your inability to talk to Siri. Many accent reduction trainers reported an immense growth of students following the release of the voice-recognition technology.

Now that you’ve gotten over the shock, you’re probably ready to get on with the rest of your English language education and practice. It clearly appears that voice recognition is the wave of the future.

And this technology is only in its infancy. Alexa, a product from Google, stands by in a cylinder that you can place conveniently on your table – or anywhere for that matter – available to answer any question you may have. This same technology is also slowly taking hold in many new cars.

That’s only one small problem you may encounter if your Asian accent makes it difficult for others to understand your English. There may be other telltale signs that your spoken word isn’t as clear and American-like as you would like them to be.

Have you reached a plateau in your work at school and you’re not quite sure why?

Perhaps you’ve abruptly knocked up against the proverbial glass ceiling in your career?

Because English is your second language, you pause for a few moments to wonder if it isn’t your Asian accent – Japanese, Korean or Chinese for instance – that’s holding you back.

You watch other Asian students at your school or your colleagues at your place of employment make strides toward advancement and promotion. Quite frankly, you finally admit, you do experience at least a bit of jealousy. You wonder why they get the promotions, the better grades and not you.

Then it dawns on you. They all speak English fluently. They sound so close to a native speaker that you can’t help admire them at the same time you’re jealous of them.

What is the Secret to Fluency in English?

That leads you to the natural questions:

What makes these fluent speakers different from you?

Does it come down to a natural talent for languages that you don’t possess? Or did they do something you failed to do? And, if so, is it too late to learn what it was?

It’s natural for these and many more questions to be racing through your mind as you try to analyze if you can still do something – anything – to reach the point of fluency.

The truth of the matter is that it’s never too late to gain fluency in English. Regardless of how many years you’ve been studying you too can learn the secrets of those who speak fluent English.

Not only that, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to discover that it takes but a few changes in your speech along with some practice to notice the difference. All you need to do is to learn the secrets that every Asian student fluent in English already knows.

Perhaps you’ve already noticed that those Asian students who speak fluently are, more often than not, perceived to be smarter than those who retain their Asian accent. And, in turn, they’re the ones who are being offered the promotions – despite the fact that you might be more qualified and, quite frankly, inherently brighter and more insightful.

This succinct book covers various concepts, ideas, and techniques to help lift you off your English language plateau and take you to the next level of learning. When you follow the tips and tricks and discover a few of the more stubborn obstacles preventing you from reducing your accent, then you’ll begin to sound more like a native and your self-confidence will skyrocket. Guaranteed.

5 Keys to Fluent English

Each individual Asian student and professional no doubt took his or her own path to develop their command of the English language. If you were to take a survey, however, you’d no doubt find that they implemented at least of a few – if not all of these five secrets of fluency:

Learn where the hidden z sounds are in many English plural words and when to pronounce them.

Discover the proper way to enunciate the five English

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  • (5/5)
    I really wanna thank you for making such an important English guide..It really helps me a lot to better my english. For me, I think wanting to actually learn to the most important, if you don’t really care, it’s hard to remember what you have just learned :)
  • (5/5)
    This little book is great. Similar to other Asian countries, like Japan, excessive writing and reading practice but lacking "in-use" experience.
  • (5/5)
    I really appreciate the quality and all content of this book. This course covers wide range day to day conversation. The language of this book is easy to understand that anyone can learn correct speaking english. It is very useful for everyone who has fear of speaking in English language. Also, great if you don’t want to attend school for learning English~
  • (5/5)
    It’s sad and my English is bad as an asian living in US, but this really help me. I am very nervous about my bad english speaking. But thanks u . this really motivate us. A lot of helpful wonderful tips as well! Thank you Whitney!
  • (5/5)
    I have read it all in one go and it does not waste your time in anyways..very honestly it encourages one to work towards your goal here it's English but truly it can be any goal in your life. It saved me from frustration and confusion of not knowing how to go from a broken English to fluent, I still have long way to go to have an ideal accent and I might face disappointments, but at least now I have the key to solve the problem. thanks for your good work. God bless!
  • (5/5)
    As a half Asian half white, I have to say this book is quite useful. A lot of great tips on improving my spoken English. Recommended!