ONE language, FIVE accents - UK vs. USA English - Australian Canadian South African English

pronunciation Sep 02, 2020

This video is about different accents in English.

In this video you will hear native speakers from the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, and South Africa. First, the teachers introduce themselves. Then, they each pronounce the same words as the other teachers so you can hear the differences in their pronunciation.

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Still vs. Yet | What's the Difference?

This video is about still and yet.

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Change Your Accent

motivation Aug 27, 2020

This video is about worldview, changing how you think about the world, and gaining happiness.

 

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How do you say "GH" ?

This video is about how to pronounce the letter combination GH correctly in English.

 

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Probability

This video is about probability. It was taken from a live lesson from Kris Amerikos.

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Important Question

VERY IMPORTANT QUESTION

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In this video I ask students a logical question: If you do not believe that you are an English speaker, then why would anyone else believe that you are an English speaker?

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Intonation

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In this video a student has asked, “Is intonation important in English?” And I explained the difference between rising and falling intonation.

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