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I have heard that call center training is very good for reducing the accent and have a good pronunciation. Even the trainee can achieve good conversation skill, they can speak fluently.
I am talking about the persons whose mother tongue is not English. Also I have heard that in those training it is taught how and where to touch your tongue and many more during pronouncing a particular letter.
Is that true? Or is there any kind of book that will give such kind of teaching on pronunciation?
Is there any book that will teach its readers the same way?
I think a book would only be helpful in conjunction with speaking to (or having classes) with a native speaker. It doesn't have to be a formal setting but a native speaker will be able to help. A book might show you in pictures where to place your tongue etc, but unless you have someone there to listen to your attempt, you'll never know if you're getting it right.
Well that problem can also be solved. There are a lot of computer program that will help you exactly the way you want.
Anyways can you please tell me the names of those books?
Someone else might be able to help you. I do not know any. Sorry!
Rosetta Stone is a very popular language learning software program. You can Google "call center english pronunciation software" to find more suggestions. We at the ESL forum do not officially endorse or promote any commercial products; I've never used Rosetta Stone, so I cannot vouch for its effectiveness.