Free Pronunciation Podcast

English Pronunciation Pod is hosted and created by accent reduction specialist Charles Becker. Charles Becker lives and teaches English pronunciation and accent reduction in New York city. He is also the author of Best Accent Training mp3s an English Pronunciation course in mp3 format.

Podcast 11: The Vowel /ə/, (Part II) Distinguishing between /ə/ and /a/

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Podcast 12: The Vowel /ə/ (Part III) Recognizing and Using the Vowel /ə/

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Podcast 17: Syllable Stress in Words of Three or More Syllables

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Podcast 18: Syllable Stress in Words of Three or More Syllables (Part II)

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Podcast 19: Syllable Stress in Words of Three or More Syllables (Part III)

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Podcast 21: How to Pronounce Long Words of Three or More Syllables

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Podcast 29: Introduction to the Consonants of English

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Podcast 30: How to Pronounce Words that End in Voiced Consonants

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Podcast 31: How to Pronounce Words that End <ed>

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Podcast 32: The Consonants of English - Stops vs. Continuants

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Podcast 33: How to Distinguish Between /b/ and /v/

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Podcast 35: How to Distinguish between the Consonants /w/ and /v/

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Podcast 36: Front Vowel Review : This podcast is a review of the the front vowels /i/, /ɪ/, /ɛ/, /eɪ/ and /æ/

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Podcast 40: How to Distinguish Between the Consonants /dʒ/ and /tʃ/

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Podcast 41: How to Pronounce and Recognize the Consonant /s/

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Podcast 43: How to Distinguish Between the Consonants /s/ and /z/

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Podcast 46: How to Distinguish Between the Consonants /s/ and /ʃ/

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Podcast 47: Recognizing and Using the Consonant /ʃ/

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Podcast 49: How to Distinguish Between the Consonants /dʒ/ and /ʒ/

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Podcast 50: How to Distinguish Between the Consonants /dʒ/ and /y/

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Podcast 53: How Americans Really Pronounce <t> Part II

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Podcast 54: How Americans Really Pronounce <t> Part III

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Podcast 55: How to Pronounce <t> with an American Accent-Part IV

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Podcast 56: The Rhythm of English: Which words do we stress in a sentence

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Podcast 57: The Rhythm and Intonation of English, Part II - Choosing the focus word in a phrase

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Podcast 58: The rhythm and intonation of English - Part III - Moving the Focus Word in a Phrase

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Podcast 62: Vowel Quiz- The Difference between /i/ and /I/

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Podcast 63: Vowel Quiz #2- The Difference between /ə/ and /a/

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Podcast 64: Vowel Quiz #3: The Difference between /æ/ and /ɛ/

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Podcast 66: The Vowel /ɚ/ as in sir and early - How to pronounce this important vowel sound of English

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Podcast 67: The Vowel /ɚ/ Part II - Connecting /ɚ/ to the consonant /l/ as in the words early and girl

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Podcast 68: Recognizing the Vowel /ɚ/ by its Spelling

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Podcast 70: The Consonant /r/ - How to pronounce this important consonant sound of English

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Podcast 71: The sound /pr/ as in problem and approve

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Podcast 72: How Americans really pronounce <t> -review

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Podcast 73: Syllable Stress in Compound Nouns - How to pronounce words like laptop and facebook correctly

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Podcast 74: The Rhythm and Intonation of English - Choosing the focus word in a phrase

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Podcast 75: Special Holiday Offer! Huge Discount on our full Pronunciation Course

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Podcast 78: The Vowels - Different pronunciations of <ou> - county vs. country

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Podcast 79: Thought, though, and tough - the different pronunciations of <ough>

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Podcast 80: The Rhythm of English: Which words do we stress in a sentence

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Podcast 81: The Vowels: /i/ vs. /I/ - eat vs. it

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Podcast 83: chip vs. ship - Distinguishing between the consonants /tʃ/ and /ʃ/

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Podcast 84: chief, chef and chemical - The different pronunciations of <ch>

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Podcast 85: How to Pronounce Long Words that end in <ate>

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Podcast 86: Final /l/: How to pronounce words that end in /l/ correctly

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Podcast 87: The Vowels: /a/ vs. /æ/ - hot vs. hat

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Podcast 88: Reduced Forms: How Americans really speak English

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Podcast 89: Reduced Forms, Part II - How Americans really speak English

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Podcast 90: Using Contractions to Improve your Accent

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