Pronunciation Practice

Jon Dao, The Conversation Coach, improving English Fluency through Pronunciation Practice. Follow me on Instagram for more!

Any requests? Let me know! Here’s all the words (in alphabetical order) covered so far:

Last Updated 10/14/15: Dinner, Gym, Wow, Interview

Achieve

Address (Part 1)

Address (Part 2)

Address (Part 3)

Advice vs Advise (Part 1)

Advice vs Advise (Part 2)

Advice vs Advise (Part 3)

Audit

Awkward (Part 1)

Awkward (Part 2)

Awkward (Part 3)

Behavior (Part 1)

Behavior (Part 2)

Bored (Part 1)

Bored (Part 2)

Breakfast (Part 1)

Breakfast (Part 2)

Breasts

Calf vs Calves (Part 1)

Calf vs Calves (Part 2)

Career (Part 1)

Career (Part 2)

Cheesy

Commerce (Part 1)

Commerce (Part 2)

Computer (Part 1)

Computer (Part 2)

Dialect

Dinner (Part 1)

Dinner (Part 2)

Dinner (Part 3)

Either vs Neither (Part 1)

Either vs Neither (Part 2)

Either vs Neither (Part 3)

Entrepreneur (Part 1)

Entrepreneur (Part 2)

Family

Fertile (Part 1)

Fertile (Part 2)

Fertile (Part 3)

Globe (Part 1)

Globe (Part 2)

Globe (Part 3)

Gym (Part 1)

Gym (Part 2)

Herb

Idea

Insurance (Part 1)

Insurance (Part 2)

Insurance (Part 3)

Interview (Part 1)

Interview (Part 2)

Involve

Literally (Part 1)

Literally (Part 2)

Orange Juice (Part 1)

Orange Juice (Part 2)

Orange Juice (Part 3)

Pan vs Pen (Part 1)

Pan vs Pen (Part 2)

People

Plural (Part 1)

Plural (Part 2)

Plural (Part 3)

Procedure

Quality

Quantity

R vs L (Part 1)

R vs L (Part 2)

Regularly (Part 1)

Regularly (Part 2)

Regularly (Part 3)

Remember

Rigorous

Really (Part 1)

Really (Part 2)

Several (Part 1)

Several (Part 2)

Simultaneously (Part 1)

Simultaneously (Part 2)

Simultaneously (Part 3)

Simultaneously (Part 4)

Society (Part 1)

Society (Part 2)

Society (Part 3)

Swallowable (Part 1)

Swallowable (Part 2)

Though (Part 1)

Though (Part 2)

Though (Part 3)

Tired (Part 1)

Tired (Part 2)

Usually (Part 1)

Usually (Part 2)

Valve (Part 1)

Valve (Part 2)

Vanilla (Part 1)

Vanilla (Part 2)

Vanilla (Part 3)

Wow (Part 1)

Wow (Part 2)

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