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Speak Easy #010 – Your question about minimal pairs

Suzanne and Andrew share a great English pronunciation lesson about how to pronounce and hear the differences between some difficult minimal pairs. If you struggle...

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Speak Easy #9 – a pronunciation tip: The flap

In this episode, Suzanne and Andrew teach you a pronunciation tip that will make your English sound more natural: the flap! Take a listen and...

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Speak Easy #008 – English Pronunciation | Compound noun stress

Compound nouns can be tricky! In this episode, Suzanne and Andrew teach you a trick that will help you pronounce them perfectly! Fun facts Nouns...

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Speak Easy #007 – How to stress “-ion”

Suzanne and Andrew teach you how to properly stress words that end with the suffix “-ion” in this Speak Easy episode. Fun facts Confused about...

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Speak Easy #006 – How to pronounce “-less”

In this episode, Andrew and Suzanne answer a listener’s question about the pronunciation of “-less.” Fun facts The Culips team loves answering questions from listeners....

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Speak Easy #005 – Sentence stress: Part 1

Knowing which words to stress in a sentence (and which words not to stress) is an extremely important part of English pronunciation. In this episode,...

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Speak Easy #004 – How to pronounce “s” endings

In this Speak Easy episode, Suzanne and Andrew teach you how to make your English sound natural by mastering “s” endings on plural nouns and...

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Speak Easy #003 – Linking

In this episode, Andrew and Suzanne teach you a connected speech feature called linking, or connecting one word to the other, in order to sound...

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Speak Easy #002 – Three tips for pronouncing the past tense

In this episode, Andrew and Suzanne teach you three tips that will help you master how to pronounce regular past tense verbs in English. (more…)

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Speak Easy #001 – [y] and [w] insertion

In this episode, Suzanne and Andrew teach you a pronunciation trick that will make your English sound smooth and natural. You’ll learn how to link...

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