Correct your English pronunciation | Canguro English

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Correct your English pronunciation | Canguro English 5
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Would you like to improve your English pronunciation and be understood by as many people as possible? In this class Sofia and I will demonstrate how to improve your pronunciation quickly and easily, and why the physical aspect of pronunciation is so important (the reason might really surprise you!). See you in class!

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Sophia is so beautiful that even "BA BA BA" sounds melodious.

Author — nikhil 124532

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My God! I found the youtube channel of my life! This was amazing!

Author — lais c

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I love this video!!! Christian​, you are perfect, your speech is clear, it's so pleasure hear you speaking. I'm a English teacher but I am a learner too. It's so difficult to find good videos, but yours are excellent. Ah, there was an little animal coming down on the closet!!! So funny.

Author — TEACHER DANI BRAZIL

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I am so glad for finally to find the best teacher ever!

Author — Hugo Leal

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I understood everything you said I am so surprised: o thank you for your kindness it's true that the accents are charming

Author — gaylord1992

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I enjoy this video very much! I'd like to improve my pronunciation. Thank you so much

Author — Elizabeth Suarez

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Wow. I made my experiment. I closed my eyes, to heard Sofia pronouncing "BA" sound. And I heard "BA" sound each time. But, I heard "BA", "DA" and "VA" when Christian pronounced the sounds. Thanks, Great experience!

Author — Luis Alfredo Cordoba Hoyos

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Hi Christian. The first part was really shocking. Now I understand that is not my accent what I want to change, what I really want is produce correctly the important sounds of English. I like this sort of videos... And I like your intros :) Thank you very much.

Author — Natalia Cordoba

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You remind of the movie 'the king's speech'....great lessons

Author — mirza noor

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Your lessons always contain mysteries and interesting facts, include games with brain. Which is great and fun! Thank you!

Author — Сергей Лютько

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Hello Christian Thanks a lot for your today's class.. You're a great English teacher
I have been living in Netherlands about 24 years. I always struggled about my accent in dutch Language. But today i have learned some important and usefull things from you which i never had heard before.I completley agree with you and i ll keep my own accent.

Regards,

sean from Netherlands

Author — Sean

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Mr. Christian, you’ve actually done an awesome job and it’s really a great idea to improve pronunciation. Expecting more!

Author — Mohamed Sathik Ali S

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Thank you ! Thank you! Thank you! I really appreciate your job! You are the best english teacher, a big hug from BA

Author — Gustavo Gonzalez

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I just came here to say that now with the face masks this doesn’t work 😂

Author — Leticia Martinez garcia

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Your accent so beautiful to me ! The way you bring the lesson to us was very thoughtfull and usefull. And yes i think both you are some kind of hollywood starts :) cheer !

Author — pham viz

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Well, this is a challenge now to speak with a native accent))

Author — Сергей Лютько

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I wasnt watching the video, i was just listening to it, i was like why keeps saying "baa baa baa"

Author — Dhia Oshaish

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You´re very good teacher, I´m glad to find this video-classes

Author — Jesus Diepa

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exact pronunciation is well important than having a native accent. even though we can't have a native accent.

Author — 이동건

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There's one more thing, that is the last sound in a word, I'm from 🇻🇳Vietnam and in our language there is no last sound in a word. I've been learning English alone for over 2 years, when I practice pronunciation or when I read out loud a sentence, I have to think about the word in my mind, that way I can easy to pronounce the last sound, if I don't do that I'll mispronounce the last sound. And in conversation "I rarely have a conversation with other people in English" I completely mispronounce the last word although I've already practiced it many times. My question is do you have to remind the word when you speak to avoid mispronouncing the last sound? Or it'll be automatically come out of your mouth. and one thing Is very very difficult for me is linking the words when speaking. In my practicing of speaking I struggle to link the words when I speak, it seems like you're pronounce one word. For example the phrases word "like it" or "about it". Please give me an advice to deal with this problem 😁

Author — Danh Nguyen