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    Salman Farsi Guest

    How to improve my Accent.

    Hello

    My name is Salman and I'm from Pakistan. I can speak english very well. But so many times I feel guilty due to my accent. I would like to improve my accent and I like to speak a British people.

    I hope you will reply me. I look forward to you.

    Thanking you

    Salman Farsi

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Re: How to improve my Accent.

    Make sure you're listening to a lot of the target accent, and practise different mouth positions until you can do it. Try recording yourself and comparing it to a British speaker recording. Check these out for sources:


    https://www.usingenglish.com/links/Listening/
    https://www.usingenglish.com/links/S...Pronunciation/

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    Danilka Guest

    Re: How to improve my Accent.

    Quote Originally Posted by Salman Farsi
    Hello

    My name is Salman and I'm from Pakistan. I can speak english very well. But so many times I feel guilty due to my accent. I would like to improve my accent and I like to speak a British people.

    I hope you will reply me. I look forward to you.

    Thanking you

    Salman Farsi

    try this program, they got a demo with live voice recordings where you could hopefully improve on your accent, good luck!
    www.dm192.en101.com

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    esl2learn Guest

    Re: How to improve my Accent.


  5. #5
    lucyarliwu Guest

    Re: How to improve my Accent.

    Quote Originally Posted by Salman Farsi
    Hello


    My name is Salman and I'm from Pakistan. I can speak english very well. But so many times I feel guilty due to my accent. I would like to improve my accent and I like to speak a British people.

    I hope you will reply me. I look forward to you.

    Thanking you

    Salman Farsi
    Hi Salman,

    I totally understand your feeling of speaking good English but with some annoying accent.

    It has troubled me for a long time and even now I am still not totally confident in speaking to the local people, but before I came to Australia from China no one has ever told me that I have an accent. I was over-confident with my oral English before & afterwards I am now under-confident with it. Why is it so hard for the local people (Aussie) understand me? Actually at the beginning, I couldn't understand them either.

    So now I am insisting on watching TV everyday for at least 1 hour to assure that I am getting involved in this local environment in their language. So if you want to reduce your accent, my advice would be talking to Bristish People,or listing to some tapes & radio as the other guys suggested.

    Take your time in doing it, but be aware that you will never get rid of your mother accent totally.

    Lucy

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