ESL English: Understand Native English Speakers, Beginning


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“ESL English” is the “magic sauce” of English listening. In each lesson, you’ll enjoy many practice exercises written by Nina, the author of twenty English textbooks for major New York publishers, including her bestselling listening book, “Whaddaya Say”. “ESL English” is for people who are serious about understanding English — people who want to be the best. Both the beginning level,”ESL English”, and her intermediate listening course, “More ESL English”, are in the Udemy for Business program. Nina teaches business English to employees of some of the biggest companies in the world; Toyota, Microsoft, Mitsubishi, and others. She has a Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics/Teaching English from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and she taught her listening program at Harvard University as a teaching fellow. “ESL English”, “MORE ESL English”, and “(How to get) Your Best English” are Steps 1, 2 and 3 in her popular English listening skills program. “Easy, natural way to listen to native English speakers. I would absolutely recommend it. Before taking this English course, I went through many English courses, but none of them were as comprehensive as ‘ESL English’. It takes you by the hand and teaches you the real secrets to understanding native English speakers. Easy to follow and entertaining. I would absolutely recommend it.” Salvatore Scaniglia”Exactly what I wanted to learn! I couldn’t recognize those English sounds before going through these lessons.” Vadim Dzyuban”This English course helps you a lot on your listening, 5-star recommended.” Sant CheungLet’s look at two sentences. One is written English and the other is spoken English. Nina will teach you the most common rules for pronunciation changes when English is spoken at a natural speed.Example:Written English: Can you get me a cup of coffee.Spoken English: Step 1: *Kin *ya *git me a cup *a coffee? Nina will teach you to hear the most popular pronunciation changes in natural spoken English and what the “rules” are! Step 2: *Kin *ya *git me a cupa coffee? She’ll teach changes at the sentence level –sentence blending rules, and you’ll learn how to be more comfortable with the “rhythm” of natural English. Listening is the heart of English. What does that mean? It’s the foundation. If your listening isn’t top level, then your conversation can’t be top level, either. Think about conversation. You talk, THEN YOU LISTEN. If you don’t understand what the person said to you, your conversation can’t work.After this course, you’ll be able to understand English spoken at a natural speed much better. When you can understand the real spoken English around you, you can also improve your English conversation, grammar, vocabulary, and even pronunciation. If you can hear it more correctly, you can say it more correctly. Very important — You’ll get lots of practice exercises with many different native English speakers from the real world in each lesson. This practice will help you to test and improve your hearing and understanding of real English speakers in real situations. Note: There are three courses. “ESL English” is the beginning listening course. “MORE ESL English” and “(How to get) Your Best English” are the intermediate and advanced levels. Please choose the right level for you. If you’d like to take the whole listening program, please take “ESL English” first.Ci thin ni ting Anh M / / / / Meningkatkan berbicara bahasa Inggris Amerika / Melhorar a fala Ingls Americano / Mejorar el habla Ingls Americano / / / ngilizce, , Ingls, Ingls, Ingles, Anglais, Englisch, Inglese, Inggris, angleina, Anh


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