Have you ever noticed when putting the dishes away in your house, every other person who put the dishes away before you did it differently? And wouldn’t it be nice if everyone would adhere to the same “system” of cups in this cupboard, dishes in that cupboard, silverware in this drawer, and so on?
Learning English pronunciation is similar. English is messy, kind of like a silverware drawer that’s had too many hands helping to organize it. If everyone would just agree that the coffee mugs go here, and the steak knives go there, it would be a lot easier when it came time to sit down and enjoy a meal.
The same is true for English pronunciation. If you’ve tried to learn to reduce your accent in English from another source before your found Pronunciation Pro, you might have different notions about which kind of rules and organization will work best for getting your American accent right.
Pronunciation Pro is a program that is based on all the latest best practices in accent reduction and learning the American accent for non-native speakers. So when it comes to learning how to stress certain words, or how to pronounce different words in different contexts, you’ll have a set standard of rules that you can refer to that will help you govern your own understanding and use of pronunciation in English. Think of it as a mother-in-law who ensures the dishes are put away the same way every time!
Learning to pronounce American English is difficult enough without outside sources confusing you with their own versions of the rules. That’s why Annie Ruden of Pronunciation Pro ensures that what you get when you sign up for our online English pronunciation classes are not just rules about pronunciation, but ways to organize your speech and what you’re learning so you get the most out of your English.
After all, what good are clean dishes if you can’t find them when you’re ready to eat?