Hello. My name is Emma and in today’s video I am going to teach you how to become a better listener, and I’m going to do that by teaching you about something called “Sentence Stress”. … Continue reading How SENTENCE STRESS changes meaning in English
Hi again. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I’m Adam. Today’s lesson is about getting you in shape. What does that mean? It means going to the gym and exercising, and all the vocabulary you need to … Continue reading English Vocabulary for EXERCISING at the GYM
E, you’re going to need some medicine. Take your medicine. Dunh-dunh-dunh. Hi. James from engVid. Today’s lesson is going to be on getting medicine, going to the pharmacy, and who you should see to get … Continue reading Learn Real English: Getting sick and buying medicine
‘Running speech’ is the continuous sound of spoken dialogue. Buzzing your way through several sentences of running speech will help you to monitor your breathing pattern. Keep your hand on your abdominal wall. It needs … Continue reading Vocal exercise – Speaking #2: Using the buzz in running speech
Anything you say has a pitch pattern. If you use the same pitch pattern repeatedly, it will sound monotonous and your listeners will switch off. Using different pitch patterns – known as intonation – helps … Continue reading Vocal exercise – Speaking #5: What’s your pitch pattern?
Here are some articulator exercises. So, first blow through your lips, and you can use your voice there, and you can go un-voiced. Blow through your tongue, and then un-voiced, and then shake out your … Continue reading Articulator Exercises | Accent Training