Have you been studying English for a long time but you still don't understand fast native English speakers? This English pronunciation lesson is for you! Find out how to understand fast native English speakers.
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DO WHAT NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS DO:
Native English speakers don't listen to every word. Native English speakers listen to stressed/emphasized words in a sentence. This is why English rhythm is so important! Not only is it important to speak in the correct English rhythm, it's important to know the English rhythm so that you can understand native English speakers. This means you must learn English rhythm, which includes stressed words and sentences, linking, pausing, and intonation.
Listen and watch closely as I teach and give a quick review on how to improve your sentence stress.
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You hit the point! The main problem for us foreigners is not at all learning English which is not so difficult, but to understand what common people say, even in movies. Modern movies without subtitles are nearly ununderstandable, above all when there are youngsters as actors (slangish English)
There should be a PBS video put on repeat every day for rural areas north of the Mason-Dixon line. On one hand, I agree not everyone can handle, nor should they need to or have to speak at 100 MPH. On the other hand, you SHOULD be able to understand quick language, ESPECIALLY if you don't know a 2nd/3rd language.
If you face problem in understanding what you hear in English, I recommend you to read the following tips it will solve your problem:
Syed Arham Ali 8bp what do you mean it’s necessary for non-native English speakers to learn English? - is that mandated somewhere?
As to your comment’s latter, if you ask native English speakers to slow down or speak more clearly, the vast majority will be happy to comply (some won’t, of course, but it’s not worth communicating with the impatient anyhow).
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It takes time and practice to understand fast English. The more vocabulary you learn and the more you understand the rules of English the more your ear will pick up on what natives are saying. If you'd like a structured way of doing this you can join my online program at www.pronunciationpro.com
Otherwise, keep listening, keep exposing yourself to as much English as possible and it'll come bit by bit.
thank you, I am working on this with my esl students who understand me because like you I try to speak clearly, but that is not the reality they will face in the real world. I will bring these skills to them. One thing I have foung veeeery important to show my students is the amount of linking sounds people use. For exemple they lean : you want to, but they hear: you wanna and that makes english very difficult to understand
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