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American English Intonation (3of4)

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http://www.pronunciationpro.com/youtube-free-trial/?keyword=AmericanEnglishIntonation(3of4)&adposition=body Hey there, This video is the 3rd of 4 videos I'll be posting on American English Intonation. These short video clips are taken from my 35 minute video lesson on Intonation which is a part of the 12 week online Pronunciation Pro training program. Go to https://pronunciationpro.com/signup to sign up for 1 free week of the program. This week as I've been preparing these videos I've been thinking a lot about intonation. It's amazing how many daily interactions I have that rely so heavily on intonation. I've been experimenting a little by using less than ideal pronunciation of sounds while using standard intonation. For example, I play basketball in the mornings a few days a week. As I was leaving this morning I said, "Have a good day". My pronunciation was sloppy, I hardly moved my mouth and the only word that was probably understandable was "day". However, my listener knew exactly what I was saying because of my intonation. The same goes for other common phrases such as, "How are you doing"? - /howeryadooin/ "Ya comin?" - /yuhkumin/ "nice to meet you" - /nicetuhmeechew/ "What are you doing?" /whuderyuhdooin/ There's SO much to talk about when it comes to intonation which is why I am hosting a FREE webinar on American English Intonation! Visit my blog to register for the webinar! http://www.pronunciationpro.com/youtube-free-trial/?keyword=AmericanEnglishIntonation(3of4)&adposition=body
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Text Comments (3)
Pronunciation Pro (5 years ago)
You are very welcome! I have many EFL teachers who refer their students to my program as a supplement to their own program. It's great because it's only $19.97/month which makes if a very affordable resource as they are learning English. Better to learn the correct pronunciation from the beginning so you are not having to break bad habits down the road!
Pronunciation Pro (5 years ago)
You are making my day SuperAwesomestone! Excellent use of English vocabulary. Thank you for your compliments! -Annie
Mohammed Baseer (5 years ago)
You are really erudite in American english!

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