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How to Talk Like a Native Speaker | Marc Green | TEDxHeidelberg

Marc talked about the process of learning a foreign language and the different levels of fluency. He will show that there is a higher realm of language proficiency and explain what it takes to reach this “native” point where the benefits far surpass mere communication skills. Marc’s passion is the study of languages, their manifestation in local dialects, as well as their expression in poetry and folkloric song. He has acquired a near-native proficiency in six languages and their sub-forms and has given various musical performances. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
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2 Billion Voices: How to speak bad English perfectly | Heather Hansen | TEDxOdense

There are 2.4 Billion English speakers in the world, and 2 Billion of them learned the language in a classroom. Many say they speak “bad English,” but when 5 times more people speak “bad English” than “good,” how do we decide which language is best?

In this talk, global communication specialist Heather Hansen takes a look at the other side of English, where 2 Billion voices have created a flexible, adaptable and accommodating space for global English communication. What can we learn from the 2 Billion voices when we really listen? What happens when the natives suddenly become the foreigners - not in their own land, but in their own language? For every 1 person born into English, there are 5 who migrate to this language when communicating internationally. On a global scale, this quite literally means
that there are more voices that stand out, than fit in.

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5 TIPS TO SOUND LIKE A NATIVE SPEAKER

American English pronunciation is not just the way native speakers pronounce words, it's the way they pronounce phrases - connect words, insert sounds, omit some letters at all.
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1. Linking
Words are connected to gather and sound like one long word. You need to understand how it works so you can sound more American and understand what people say
The last sound in one word is linked to the first sound in another word
When two consonants are together, we don’t pronounce these consonants, we link them together
This school - this school
Big elephant - bigelephant
Run away - runaway
A fine name
Good day
Good boy
I want that orange – thadorange
I want this orange – thisorange

2. Intrusion
When two vowels come together, we sometimes Hera an extra Y or W sound between them
When the first word ends with sounds -iy, -ey, -ay, -oy, y sound comes in between the two words
He asked – Heyasked
Three apples - threeyapples
When the first word ends with -uw, -ow, -aw, then w sound comes in Between the two words
Do it – Dewit
Go out – Gowout

A good example with both of the rules that I’ve mentioned:
At the end of the movie, we’ll all go out

3. Elision
Elision is when a sound disappears
Next door – Nexdoor

4. Assimilation
Assimilation means two sounds blend together, forming a new sound altogether. This often happens with t and j which make ʧ and with d and j which make ʤ.
For example:
Don’t you — donʧu
Won’t you — wonʧu
Meet you — meeʧu
Did you — diʤu
Would you — wuʤu

5. geminates are like twins — two same sounds back-to-back. Often when one word ends with the same letter as the beginning of the next word, you should connect the two words in your speech.
For example:
Social life – socialife
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How to sound like a native speaker: THE SECRET

Is there a secret to sounding like a native speaker? In today's lesson I'll share with you the key to PERFECT PRONUNCIATION! English pronunciation can be difficult to master, because it isn't a phonetic language -- that is, words are not pronounced the way they are spelled. In addition, American pronunciation and British pronunciation are very different from one another. So how can you sound like a native speaker? Watch this lesson to find out!


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Hi. Welcome again to I'm Adam. Today's lesson is about pronunciation and phonetics. Now, I said there's going to be a secret on how to improve your pronunciation in English - here's the secret. Are you ready? There is no secret. It takes hard work, it takes practice, it takes perseverance. You have to do things, you have to practice things, you have to use your dictionary. You always have to keep working at it, that's the secret. But I'll give you a little bit of a tip on how to make this a little bit easier for yourself. Okay?

What we have here is a list of words, each one looks very similar, but it has a different phonetic sound. Now, phonetics means the sound of the syllables in the word. Syllables... I'll just write that word here. A syllable is the sound part of a word. For example: the word cat has one syllable. The word beautiful, beau-ti-ful - three syllables. Okay? So we're going to learn how to look at syllables, how to find the sound for each syllable in a word to know how to pronounce the full word.

So we're going to start with these words because, again, these are very common words. These are words that all sound very similar, plus I had a request on in the comment section on how to pronounce these.

Let me say all these words first. Look, lock, luck, lack, lake, like, lick, leek, Luke, bloke, and let. Now, bloke and let are obviously different words, but there's no such word as loke and there's no such word as lek, so I had to improvise. But we have a bunch of other ones. Now, for some of you, a lot of these words sounded exactly the same I'm guessing. Right? They're not. They're very different.

So lock and luck have completely different meanings. They have no relationship to each other except that they share one, two, three; one, two, three similar letters. Aw, ah, very similar vowel sound as well. So, what you notice above each of these words is the phonetic symbol.

Now, there are different phonetic lists. Everybody has their own list. Find one that you like. I took these symbols from the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, that's the American dictionary. If you want to find it online: It's a good dictionary and that's where I got these symbols from. Once you start studying phonetics, stick to one list. Okay? If you want to study British English, use a British dictionary; American English, use an American dictionary. Most of the words are going to be the same or similar; some of them will be completely different. So choose your dictionary, stick to it, practice.

Now, if you look at these words in the dictionary on Merriam-Webster, you will find the phonetic spelling. The phonetic spelling means they spell the word according to its sound. So this u with a dot-I hope you can see that dot-look, uh. Book, took, bull. It doesn't matter what the letters on either side are, the vowel sound is going to be the same with this symbol.

With lock, you have a with two dots on top of it. Lock, rock, sock, font. If you're not sure what a font is, if you have Microsoft Word or whatever typing tool you use, there are different fonts; Times New Roman, Agency, and Calibri, or whatever they're called. These are font, but the sound is aw.

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I’ve been living in Canada since 2015 and I’ve worked hard on my accent. In this video, I’m sharing what helped me to reduce my accent as well as some practices that you can follow to work on yours. Accents are cool, but if you’ve chosen to work on yours, then you should watch this video ????

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It takes several interactions with a word before you can actually use it. First, you hear it in my video. Second, you use it in a comment down below. Third, you read a magazine and encounter this word once again. Fourth, you start using it. Fifth, it's already in your vocabulary.

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(1) TO CONFRONT: to come face to face with (someone)

(2) COHERENT: logical and strategical

(3) EMPATHY: understanding and entering into another’s feelings

(4) WITTY: demonstrating striking cleverness and humor

(5) FABRICATE: make up something artificial or untrue

(6) INHABITANT: a person or animal that lives in or occupies a place

(7) TO RECKON: to expect, believe, or suppose

(8) TO RIFLE: to go through in search of something

(9) TO ASK OUT: when you ask someone to go with you to a certain place or for a special occasion

(10) TO BACK DOWN: to withdraw from a commitment or position

(11) TO CALL OFF: to cancel an event that has been previously planned

(12) TO GET AWAY WITH: to cancel an event that has been previously planned

(13) TO PASS OUT: to become unconscious

(14) TO TURN DOWN: to refuse

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Learning a language? Speak it like you’re playing a video game | Marianna Pascal | TEDxPenangRoad

Marianna Pascal shows how the secret to speaking a new language with confidence is all about attitude, not ability.

Marianna Pascal helps professionals achieve greater success in life by communicating effectively in English. Marianna began her career as an actor and performed across her native Canada in film television and on stage for 15 years. Today, Marianna improves the way employees relate to their bosses, clients, colleagues and other key stakeholders. Marianna is also the Official Communication Trainer for Miss Malaysia World.
An award-wining speaker, Marianna is known for her humorous speech on Youtube titled Local English or Standard English which has been seen by over a million people worldwide. Marianna is also the author of the best-selling book series English Fast & Easy. The most recent was #2 on Borders' Best-Selling List for non-fiction.


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Want to speak in a neutral American accent? Like a native English speaker from *somewhere* in North America? I hear this all the time! So today I'll be sharing with you three tips for how you can sound like you're a native speaker of English that go beyond pronunciation- including contractions, use of slang, and more (I can't give it all away here in the description, can I?!)

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