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Lesson 1a - "TH" - English Pronunciation - FREE online pronunciation lesson with a native speaker. Lesson 1a topic: unvoiced "th". All levels

Lesson 1b - "TH" - English Pronunciation - FREE online pronunciation lesson with a native speaker. Lesson 1b topic: unvoiced "th". All levels.

Lesson 2 - "TH" - English Pronunciation - FREE online lesson with a native speaker. Lesson 2 topic: voiced "th". All levels.

Lesson 3a - Rhythm through Rhymes - English Pronunciation - Pronunciation lesson with a native speaker. Levels: intermediate to advanced. Topic: Use of nursery rhymes to develop sense of RHYTHM. Part 1 of two parts.

Lesson 3b - Rhythm through Rhymes - English Pronunciation - Pronunciation lesson with a native speaker. Levels: intermediate to advanced. Topic: Use of nursery rhymes to develop sense of RHYTHM. Part 2 of two parts.

Lesson 4a - L - English Pronunciation - Topic: /l/ in the initial position. Level: All levels, though some vocabulary in the explanations and exercises will challenge beginners.

Lesson 4a (continued) - L - English Pronunciation - This is a continuation of Lesson 4a. Topic: /l/ in the initial position. Level: All levels, though some vocabulary in the explanations and exercises will challenge beginners.

Lesson 4b - L - English Pronunciation - Topic: /l/ in the middle position. Level: All levels, though some vocabulary in the explanations and exercises will challenge beginners.

Lesson 4b (continued) - L - English Pronunciation - This is a continuation of Lesson 4b. Topic: /l/ in the middle position. Level: All levels, though some vocabulary in the explanations and exercises will challenge beginners.

Lesson 4c - L - English Pronunciation - Topic: /l/ in the final position. Level: All levels, though some vocabulary in the explanations and exercises will challenge beginners.

Lesson 4c (continued) - L - English Pronunciation - Topic: /l/ in the final position. Level: All levels, though some vocabulary in the explanations and exercises will challenge beginners.

Lesson 5a - R - English Pronunciation - Topic: "R" as a vowel sound. Level: All levels, though some vocabulary in the explanations and exercises will challenge beginners.

Lesson 5a (continued) - R - English Pronunciation - Topic: "R" as a vowel sound. Level: All levels, though some vocabulary in the explanations and exercises will challenge beginners.

Lesson 5b - R - English Pronunciation - Topic: "R" as a consonant sound. Level: All levels, though some vocabulary in the explanations and exercises will challenge beginners.

Lesson 5b (second part) - R - English Pronunciation - Topic: "R" as a consonant sound. Level: All levels, though some vocabulary in the explanations and exercises will challenge beginners.

Lesson 5b (third part) - R - English Pronunciation - Topic: "R" as a consonant sound. Level: All levels, though some vocabulary in the explanations and exercises will challenge beginners.

Lesson 6a - WORD STRESS - English Pronunciation - Topic: Word Stress. This is a lesson in four parts. In this first segment I explain what word stress is and why it's important. Levels: All levels.

Lesson 6b - WORD STRESS - English Pronunciation - This is PART TWO of four parts. Topic: Word Stress. In this segment I explain syllable separation and how to learn the placement of word stress. The main exercise of this lesson begins: How to pronounce the 50 states and capitals of the USA. Level: All levels, though the vocabulary and rate of speech in the interviews with native speakers will challenge beginners.

Lesson 6c - WORD STRESS - English Pronunciation - This is PART THREE of four parts. Topic: Word Stress. In this segment we continue the main exercise of this lesson: How to pronounce the 50 states and capitals of the USA. Level: All levels, though the vocabulary and rate of speech in the interviews with native speakers will challenge beginners.

Lesson 6d - WORD STRESS - English Pronunciation - This is PART FOUR of a lesson in four parts. Topic: Word Stress. In this segment we finish going through the pronunciation of the 50 states and capitals of the USA. Some patterns based on syllable count are shown, and a final interview with a native speaker is presented. Level: All levels, though the interviews with native speakers will challenge beginners. They increase in difficulty from Lesson 6b to 6c to 6d.

Lesson 7a - THOUGHT GROUPS - English Pronunciation - PART ONE of a lesson in TWO parts. Topic: Thought Groups. Develop your awareness of the natural rhythm in English. Learn to pause naturally by grouping your words into thoughts. Levels: intermediate to advanced.

Lesson 7b - THOUGHT GROUPS - English Pronunciation - PART TWO of a lesson in TWO parts. Topic: Thought Groups. Develop your awareness of the natural rhythm in English. Learn to pause naturally by grouping your words into thoughts. Levels: intermediate to advanced.

Lesson 8a - STRESS PATTERNS - English Pronunciation - PART ONE of a lesson in THREE parts. Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Develop your awareness of rhythm in English speech. Learn to stress words correctly and naturally. Levels: intermediate to advanced.

Lesson 8b - STRESS PATTERNS - English Pronunciation - PART TWO of a lesson in THREE parts. Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Develop your awareness of rhythm in English speech. Learn to stress words correctly and naturally. Levels: intermediate to advanced.

Lesson 8c - STRESS PATTERNS - English Pronunciation - PART TWO of a lesson in THREE parts. Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Develop your awareness of rhythm in English speech. Learn to stress words correctly and naturally. Levels: intermediate to advanced.

Lesson 9a - ADVANCED STRESS PATTERNS - English Pronunciation - PART ONE of a lesson in THREE parts. Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Part A reviews rhythmic patterns from Lesson 8 by testing the learner's ability to predict the patterns in new texts. Level: advanced.

Lesson 9b - ADVANCED STRESS PATTERNS - English Pronunciation - PART TWO of a lesson in THREE parts. Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Part B presents two new rhythmic patterns to practice. Level: advanced.

Lesson 9c - ADVANCED STRESS PATTERNS - English Pronunciation - PART THREE of a lesson in THREE parts. Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Part C offers general practice with rhythm, helping learners begin to transfer oral reading skills to free speech. Level: advanced.

Lesson 10a - INTONATION - English Pronunciation - PART ONE of a lesson in FOUR parts. Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation. Part ONE explains what intonation is in general and presents the first intonation pattern: falling intonation. Levels: intermediate to advanced.

Lesson 10b - INTONATION - English Pronunciation - PART TWO of a lesson in FOUR parts. Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation. Part TWO offers practice with falling intonation. Levels: intermediate to advanced.

Lesson 10c - INTONATION - English Pronunciation - PART THREE of a lesson in FOUR parts. Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation. Part THREE presents the second intonation pattern: rising intonation. Exercises follow. Levels: intermediate to advanced.

Lesson 10d - INTONATION - English Pronunciation - PART FOUR of a lesson in FOUR parts. Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation. Part FOUR offers practice with intonation in questions. Viewers can also strengthen their ability to comprehend what different intonation patterns communicate. Tips for more natural intonation are shared. Levels: intermediate to advanced.

Lesson 11a - CAN/ CAN'T - English Pronunciation - PART ONE of a lesson in two parts. Topic: CAN'T and CAN. Part One focuses on the pronunciation of the contraction CAN'T. An explanation and exercises are provided. Level: Intermediate to advanced.