How to Improve English Pronunciation — Special Guest Interview
Ready to improve your English pronunciation? In this special interview, I chat with Foster — a pronunciation expert and the founder of Inglês Nu E Cru.
In this interview, you’ll learn:
Smart strategies to improve your pronunciation.
Lesson by Annemarie
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Learn More about Foster of Inglês Nu E Cru.
Foster Hodge is the founder of Inglês Nu E Cru, an online English school that teaches Brazilians how to learn English faster, speak with an impressive accent, and understand native speakers.
Now that you’ve listened to this interview, I’d love to hear from you!
Foster and I talked about strategies to improve pronunciation and I’d love to know what has worked for you.
Do you have a strategy that has been helpful to you? What is it? Share with me and the Confident English Community in the comment section below.
Have a fantastic Confident English Wednesday!
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