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Course: Master The American Accent From Scratch

Master The American Accent From Scratch

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About this Course

Hello and welcome dear students. Do you know that most students who don't know the general English pronunciation rules and an accent are confused a lot when listening to an English native speakers. This course is the solution. It helps you step-by-step with my simplified method of learning how to produce the sounds of The American Accent. Now, you can learn and acquire the American accent along with English phonetics(International Phonetic Alphabets) so that you can read any word through the letters like /i:/ , /e/ ..etc Also there are American accent exercises provided to get the most of it.Moreover,you're going to learn how to speak even faster like an English native speaker, types of intonation in which will help you to speak English confidently and clearly so that anyone would understand your English,How to feel the American accent,American accent vowel sounds,American accent consonants sounds,American accent phonetics chart and lots more.Enjoy being with us in this course.I'm glad to support you at all times.Ask questions and answers shall be given to you as soon as possible.I'm waiting you .

Basic knowledge
  • This course doesn't require any prior knowledge or background about the topic because it starts from Zero to advanced level of the American accent
What you will learn
  • You will be able to speak and listen to English as English native speakers.
  • Learning the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabets) so that you can read any word easily.
  • 3 types of American intonations - how native speakers speak English?
  • Some shortcuts in English conversations -Wow you speak very fast!
  • American R sound /r/ as in Far and Water
  • Ah /ɑ:/ sound as in Car
  • Ay sound /eɪ/ in American accent as in Play
  • Aaa sound /æ/ as in Cat - Full American accent course
  • Uh sound /ʌ/ as in Cut - Full American accent course
  • C sounds like K ,S ,Q(KU) as in Cat,cinema , cute
  • D sound as in Dog
  • Lone E sound /i:/ as in Feel - American accent
  • Short e sound /e/ as in tent -American accent
  • Long U sound /u/ as in Blue,too - American accent
  • Long O sound /oʊ/ as in hope -American accent
  • Very short O sound /ʊ/ as in put,foot.
  • aw sound /ɔ:/ as in Storm,for - American accent
  • OW sound /aʊ/ as in Cow - American accent.
  • OI sound /ɔɪ/ as in Boy
  • The difference in pronunciation of P (pen) and B (Bear)
  • The difference between /v/ Van , th/θ/ think sounds
  • The difference between /θ/ 'th' in think and /s/ in sink
  • T sound /t/ as in Tool
  • T rules as r (fast d) sound as in water
  • T rules -flap t /d/ as in Little
  • Sh /ʃ/ sound as in Shirt,Tension, and Ch /tʃ/ sound as in Church
  • Hard /g/ sound as in Good
  • Gged sound as in Tugged
  • Soft G /dʒ/ sound as in Gym,gem
  • Ed-endings . Replace “ed” with “T” sound as in Worked
  • “H” is silent or not  hour or hat
  • Light L :Lend and Dark L : Call
  • N sounds /n/ as in Noon, / ŋ/ as in Going
  • Silent N
  • X pronounce as KS ,GZ,KSH, or what?
  • S endings - s pronounced as S or Z ?
  • S is pronounced as "IZ" like Churches
  • Silent S after "th" like Months
  • When 'e' is silent in English?
  • ٍٍSilent t as in Internet
  • j sound /dʒ/in Dream
  • Ch sound /tʃ/ as in True ,control
  • Omit(leave out ) T in these words
  • Silent K
  • ِAll rules of silent letters in American accent pronunciation
  • Phonetics chart with words
  • All Linking sounds rules of American accent pronunciation
  • American intonation( rise,fall, rise and fall)
  • /ʒ/ sound as in casual.
  • American accent exercises with answers to test your understanding of classes.
  • SCHWA Vowel /ə/ as in America
  • Bonus videos
Curriculum
Number of Lectures: 39
Total Duration: 01:00:04
Introduction
  • Who am I?  

    My name is Zaki Badr. I am an online English instructor .I am a native-like English speaker with a pure American accent. A self-motivated bilingual professional with demonstrated ability of interpreting.I have been teaching English since 2011 to many students around the world. I am talented in teaching English.Moreover,I have been studying Electrical and computer Engineering since 2015.I know programming languages.I know how to use them efficiently. 

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    English teaching certificates that I've got :

    *TESOL Certificate, Arizona State University, July 29th 2018.

    *Teach English Now! Foundational Principles by Arizona State University, June 2nd 2018. 

    *Teach English Now! Theories of Second Language Acquisition by Arizona State University, June 17th ,2018.

    *Teach English Now! Lesson Design and Assessment by Arizona State University, June 22th ,2018.

    *Teach English Now! Capstone Project by Arizona State University,July 29, 2018.

    *Teach English Now! Second Language Reading, Writing, and Grammar By Arizona State University,August 19, 2018.

    *Write Professional Emails in English, Georgia Institute of Technology, July 14th 2018.

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    I had finished these courses : 

    *TOEFL Introduction.

    *English grammar professional writing.  

    *General English.

    *Three Standard American accent courses.

    *Speak English like an American course.

    * English phonetics.

    *Communication skills.

    *Berlitz English Language for Live .

    *A project management course.

    Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing & Switching (CCNA).

    * C ,C++,MATLAB,and more...

    * CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker)

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    Skills I have:-

    * I can teach easily.  

    * I can teach English to all levels (Beginner, intermediate and advance).  I can *translate English movies into Arabic.  

    *I am a storyteller.

    * I have a perfect body language and a lovely voice.  

    *I can translate documents from Arabic into English or English into Arabic easily.  *I can sing.

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    Personal merits:-

    1- Polite  

    2- Patient  

    3- Never shout at someone ; No matter what happen.

    4- Friendly  

    5- On time . I always check your messages everyday . If there some questions, I always answer them as soon as possible.

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    Experiences:-  

    *I was once a clever student. I know what mistakes students would make; I know how to help them.  

    *I have been teaching English for a long time to different people around the world. For example:  Iraq,Egypt, Saudi Arabia, France and many countries.

    *My page on Facebook has more than 42 thousand students and it's growing.

    *I had taught IELTS to a student.He got 7.5/9 in an only 8 hours.I know he must have been doing lots of practice.

    * I had also worked as a project manager at Enactus HTI Oct.

    *I am working with Google Ad-sense and  many companies.

    *I had made lots of English conversation club programs at IRC(Information Resource Center) at the American Embassy in Cairo.

    *I'm looking forward to meeting you.

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    ♥ Enjoy taking my lovely courses ♥ Remember,I am here always for you ♥ 

  • How to study this course?  

    Watch the video and remember the color letters help you remember the sound.This means when you find them in any word, they usually represent the sound. Some words don't have a rule of pronunciation . In this case, you need to memorize them using a dictionary like Cambridge.

The vowel sounds
  • Ah /ɑ:/ sound as in Car  

    In this class,you'll learn what the 'ah' sound is , in words like Father ,call ,..

  • Ay sound /eɪ/ in as in Okay  

    In this class,you'll learn h ay sound as in play and okay.

  • Aaa sound /æ/ as in Fat  

    In this class,you'll learn the 'a' sound which comes from the throat in words such as cat and bat.

  • Uh sound /ʌ/ as in Cut  

    Uh sound /ʌ/ as in Cut

  • SCHWA Vowel /ə/ as in America  

    SCHWA Vowel /ə/ as in America

  • Long E sound /i:/ as in Eat  

    Long E sound /i:/ as in Feel,eat

  • /ɪ/ sound as in kid,bit,..  

    /ɪ/ sound as in kid,bit,..

  • Short Eh sound /ɛ/ or /e/ as in red,tent  

    Short Eh sound /ɛ/ or /e/ as in red,tent

  • Long U sound /u:/ as in Blue  

    Long U sound /u:/ as in Blue

  • Very Short O sound /ʊ/ as in put,foot  

    Very Short O sound /ʊ/ as in put,foot

  •  Long O sound as in  open,home,..  

    In this class,you'll learn Long O sound as in open,home,..

  • aw sound /ɔ:/ as in Storm  

    aw sound /ɔ:/ as in Storm

  • OW sound /aʊ/ as in Cow  

    OW sound /aʊ/ as in Cow

  • OI sound /ɔɪ/ as in Boy  

    OI sound /ɔɪ/ as in Boy

  • /ɝː/ sound as in Work,World,..  

    /ɝː/ sound as in Work,World,..

Consonants sounds and their rules
  • /v/ Van , th/θ/ think sounds  

    /v/ Van , th/θ/ think sounds

  • Th as in think or S as in sink?  

    Th as in think or S as in sink?

  • F sound /f/ as in phone,funny  

    F sound /f/ as in phone,funny

  • R sound /r/ as in Far  

    R sound /r/ as in Far

  • T sound /t/ as in Tool  

    T sound /t/ as in Tool

  • T rules as r sound as in water  

    T rules as r sound as in water

  • Sh /ʃ/ (Shirt), Ch /tʃ/ (Church)  

    Sh /ʃ/  (Shirt), Ch /tʃ/ (Church)

  • Hard /g/ sound as in Good  

    Hard /g/ sound as in Good

  • Gged sound as in tugged  

    Gged sound as in tugged

  • /ʒ/ sound as in casual  

    /ʒ/ sound as in casual

  • j sound /dʒ/in Dream,Juice  

    j sound /dʒ/in Dream,Juice

  • Ch sound /tʃ/ as in True ,control  

    Ch sound /tʃ/ as in True ,control

  • Omit(leave out ) T in these words  

    Omit(leave out ) T in these words

  • Silent K  

    Silent K

  • ِAll rules of silent letters  

    ِAll rules of silent letters

  • Phonetics chart with words  

    Phonetics chart with words

  • three types of American intonation  

    three types of American intonation

  • All Linking sounds rules  

    All Linking sounds rules

Practice what you are learning
  • Practice 1  

    Practice 1

  • Practice 2  

    Practice 2

  • Practice 3  

    Practice 3

  • Practice 5  

    Let's sing.

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