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Teach English Pronunciation Better. Here's help for your Japanese and Arabic speakers!

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Peggy Tharpe, teacher, author, trainer and founder of American Pronunciation Coach, shares 'balcony view' ideas about teaching pronunciation. T

How to accomplish these 'big ideas' in your instruction is addressed in detail in her pronunciation guides, available on Amazon.com at http://geni.us/2w21

American English Pronunciation for Japanese speakers addresses the code differences between the English sound and the American sound--we use different codes and sounds to communicate our ideas. This guide comes in two parts: Part 1 is all about teaching vowels and consonants; Part 2 is about everything else that we build with those vowel and consonant sounds: syllable and word stress, rhythm, and intonation. Find out more: http://geni.us/1CoQ

For your Arabic students, the challenges are different, though. So learn what helps Arabic students understand the code and system of English sound and how it differs from Arabic. In Arabic, the consonants rule the sound of the language, but in English, the vowels rule! Find out more: http://geni.us/HbP

And visit AmericanPronunciationCoach.com to learn more, and to sign up for news and tips.

You can also watch Peggy's YT videos for tips about teaching and learning English pronunciation.

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Teach English Pronunciation Better. Here's help for your Japanese and Arabic speakers!

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