The American Accent Videos Are Here!

/The American Accent Videos Are Here!

The American Accent Videos Are Here!

The videos are available for purchase finally. Go to AccurateEnglish.com and click on the DVD’s link.
The video course is called: “The American Accent Course – 50 Rules You Must Know”

There are 4 different videos:
1. Vowels
2. Consonants
3. Rhythm Stress and Intonation
4. Advanced Section

In total, there is more than 4 hours of instruction – all the rules you need to know to speak English with an American accent!

Of course, all four topics are important elements of learning pronunciation/accent reduction. However, I would say that learning the rules of Video 3, rhythm, stress and intonation, is the quickest way to sound more like a native speaker. These topics are almost never discussed in an English classroom.

Once you learn the correct music or melody of English, your speech will sound so much clearer and native-like.

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  1. Anonymous June 30, 2009 at 11:54 pm

    Hi, I was going through your book today.. and I've read something that got me a little confused.

    At page 9 ( Cd 1 – Track 30 ) you say that the letter "O" in the word dog is pronounced as in job.. but a couple of pages later you say that it's pronounced as in lawn.. ( dawg ).

    So, my question is : How should I really pronounce it ? 🙂

    Ciao

    Paolo

  2. Lisa Mojsin June 30, 2009 at 11:58 pm

    Actually, "dog" can be pronounced as /a/ like "hot" or as "aw" like "all". In certain parts of the US, these two sounds are pretty much the same. These two vowel sounds are becoming more and more similar in most of the US.
    However, in some regions of the East Coast the distiction is bigger.

  3. Anonymous July 9, 2009 at 5:38 pm

    Hi Ms.Mojsin,

    I live in San Francisco and would like to take accent reduction class. I wonder if you offer classes here or if you can recommend someone who is as good as you teaches similar classes. Thanks,

    Ceece

  4. Anonymous July 9, 2009 at 5:38 pm

    Hi Ms. Mojsin,

    I live in San Francisco and would like to take accent reduction classes. Do you happen to know anyone who as good as you offer similar class. Thanks,

  5. Lisa Mojsin July 9, 2009 at 5:41 pm

    Hi Ceese,

    I am sorry, I don't know anyone in San Francisco, but if someone out there does, please let us know.

  6. Call me *DUTCH* September 3, 2009 at 8:20 am

    Lisa,
    I was born Texan, but I learned PROPER ENGLISH during my (more impressional) educational years.

    I had attended a Radio broadcasting class at my local Community College.

    Which form, Proper English or "Street Grammar" is more widely accepted as a way to communicate effectively nowdays?

    In my Toastmasters clubs, many club members still enjoy my continued use of Proper English.

    I was not as well received by my students during the 8 years I taught classes in the Public School System.

  7. Anonymous August 21, 2010 at 8:12 am

    hi ms lisa.. i really love your book mastering the american accent. i am having problem with this R and l combination. in r you have two methods in your book the curl r and the other i forgot becuase i focus more on the curl r since it it also what other native teacher are recommindin. in your youtube you made a lesson on it but you just give example about r before l . i've learned that but this l after r is really crazy hard.. i can't pronounce it correctly dunno why… becuase in l you have to open your jaw wide as possible while moving your tounge up independently from your jaw (correct me if i'm wrong) so with L before r it will really get hard for us non native becuase r has like, tognge move back and mouth move forward… pls help.. this is really one of the problems i'm facing right now.. ya as in that serious… i've purchase this so called American accent video training program but i think i need more training… one last thing.. do you offer hard copy of your video trainiing ? thanks and sorry for wrong spellings…

  8. Anonymous August 25, 2010 at 8:33 am

    Hi Lisa,
    I'm Duy (can be pronounced as Yee) from Vietnam. I watched your free videos at YouTube and I have to say that I love them 🙂
    You are an amazing teacher!
    I can't afford a book but those videos are helpful for me and my teaching a lot…
    Thanks again and a lot!
    Duy
    PS: I hope I could be a good instructor as you are… someday.
    Have a great day Lisa!

  9. Anonymous August 25, 2010 at 8:33 am

    Hi Lisa,
    I'm Duy (can be pronounced as Yee) from Vietnam. I watched your free videos at YouTube and I have to say that I love them 🙂
    You are an amazing teacher!
    I can't afford a book but those videos are helpful for me and my teaching a lot…
    Thanks again and a lot!
    Duy
    PS: I hope I could be a good instructor as you are… someday.
    Have a great day Lisa!

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