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  1. super computer's Avatar
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    #1

    How can I improve my sound ?

    Hi there


    Today I listen the bad English article

    Of course we are not say my English is bad or terrible and should I say I'm excellant speaker like a native speaker ^_^ ( I really hope that). But when I record my sound on a computer and read the same article I felt my sound is not good or not clearly. And I emagine how can the people understanding me!. More sounds on you tube are clearly. Maybe the my mother language is not English. And I'll try more and more and more to speak very well.


    could you give me some advices to improve my sound and read English Language very well?


    Thank you all


    Faisal

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    Re: How can I improve my sound ?

    Speak a lot, with real people, for a couple of years, and you'll be good.

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    Re: How can I improve my sound ?

    Quote Originally Posted by konungursvia View Post
    Speak a lot, with real people, for a couple of years, and you'll be good.
    I agree with konungursvia, you must practice your pronunciation with the real native speaker.. It's good if you know English grammar perfectly and you vocabulary is very rich, but if you don't know how to pronounce the words then you will have a lot of problems in conversation on English language..

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