Weak Forms

Learn how to use weak forms in English speaking to sound more fluent.

Connected Speech

Learn what connected speech is and how to use it to sound fluent when speaking in English.

Minimal Pairs

Review the most typical minimal pairs in English and how to pronounce these words correctly.

Elementary A2.2 Summary

Test your elementary A2.2 English in this series of online and printable tests. We also provide…

Consonant Clusters

Consonant clusters are tricky in English but we provide plentiful practice in this course.

Beginner A1.2 Summary

Test your beginner A1.2 English in this series of online and printable tests. We also provide a summary booklet of all the beginner A1.2 content.

The Schwa Sound

Learn what the schwa sound is, how to pronounce it and why it is useful to sound more native in…

Beginner A1.1 Summary

Test your beginner A1.1 English in this series of online and printable tests. We also provide a summary booklet of all the beginner A1.1 content. …

Beginner Pre A1 Summary

Test your beginner pre-A1 English in this series of online and printable tests. We also provide a summary booklet of all the beginner pre-A1 conten…

The Phonetic Chart

Learn all about the phonetic chart and all 44 sounds in the English language. This course provides example words and practice activities too.

Brand Names Pronunciation

Many of the big brand names are from English-speaking countries. Take a look at our brand names course to check you're pronouncing them correctly.

ED Pronunciation

The way we pronounce a word ending in the letters ED follows very specific pronunciation rules, which we explain and demonstrate in this course.

S Pronunciation

The way we pronounce a word ending in the letter S follows very specific rules, which we explain and demonstrate in this pronunciation course.

Sentence Stress

Sentence stress is a technique we use to sound native when speaking in English. Believe it or not, English sentence stress is regulated by a set of ru…

Word Stress

Did you know that the stress we use in a word can completely change the meaning? For example;
  • Tomorrow I will present my…