Learning British UK Accent (RP): 08/01/2011 - 09/01/2011

Another set of English Surnames - British accent audio

Here is the final selection of common surnames for you to listen to.  Covering R to Z:

If you find these Vocab audio files helpful, then you can many more in the

Ultimate RP British Accent Training Package: http://www.learningbritishaccent.com/UltimateBritishAccent.html

 


IT Industry vocab - british accent video pronunciation practice

Another IT selection for you.

If you find these Industry Vocab videos and audios helpful, then you can many more in the Ultimate RP British Accent Training Package: http://www.learningbritishaccent.com/UltimateBritishAccent.html

IT Industry Vocab - British accent video - pronunciation practice

Another selection of IT vocab. 

If you find these Industry Vocab videos and audios helpful, then you can many more in the Ultimate RP British Accent Training Package: http://www.learningbritishaccent.com/UltimateBritishAccent.html

Setting the Table - British Accent Audio pronunciation practice

Here is a selection of Vocab about Setting the Table.  If you have ever wondered about how to say Knives, then this is the podcast for you!
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Take a listen:

Click here for MP3 file



Do you have a British accent pronunciation questions? If so, let me know and I shall do my best to help.
Get in touch via twitter: @Learnbritaccent facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LearningBritishAccent
or email:alison@thephonevoice.com.
If you're interested in further RP British accent training material do take a look at:www.learningbritishaccent.com


IT industry vocab - British accent video -pronunciation practice

A selction of vocab from the IT industry. 

If you find these Industry Vocab videos and audios helpful, then you can many more in the Ultimate RP British Accent Training Package: http://www.learningbritishaccent.com/UltimateBritishAccent.html

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Adverbs of Frequency - British Accent Audio - Pronunciation practice

A selection of Vocab to help you improve your RP British Accent based around words relating to Frequecny.
How to say Always, Sometimes, Rarely and more..

If you would like further RP British accent training materials,

take a look at http://www.learningbritishaccent.com/british_accent_video.html

Human Resources vocab - British accent Video - pronunciation practice

Another selection of common vocab used in the Human Resources industry.

If you find these Industry Vocab videos and audios helpful, then you can many more in the Ultimate RP British Accent Training Package: http://www.learningbritishaccent.com/UltimateBritishAccent.html

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Adverbs of Place - British Accent Audio

Some vocab practice relating to Place.... hoping you like this.

British accent practice for here, there and everywhere!

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For more British accent pronunciation practice, why not take a look at the Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource. Watch the video on this page to find out more: http://www.learningbritishaccent.com/UltimateBritishAccent.html

British Accent Audio - Adverbs of Time

A selection of words describing Time.  I hope these audio and video Vocab practice files are helping improve your RP British accent.

Thanks for watching.  For more Vocab practice visit www.learningbritishaccent.com

 

British Accent Video - Human Resources Vocab ( 73)

Here is another selection of common phrases used by HR practitioners.  I hope you find them useful.

If you need further Vocab help, take a look at the Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource - www.learningbritishaccent.com (click on the Ultimate British Accent link) 

Here are some Leisure Activities spoken in RP British Accent

Another audio file which I hope you'll find helpful with your British accent training.Here is how you can correctly pronounce some Leisure activities including: Swimming, Horse-riding and Going to the cinema.

I hope you find these short vocab audio useful.  Please visit www.learningbritishaccent.com for more...

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British Accent pronunciation help - How to say some Daily Activities in an RP British Accent - audio

This file includes the phrases: eat breakfast, drink coffee, go to school - and many more.  Some phrases that describe our daily routine in RP British Accent.

More british accent help can be found at www.learningbritishaccent.com

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British Accent pronunciation of Success, Successful & Succeed - Accent video

If you've not had any Success pronouncing Successful in your RP British Accent, then maybe this short video can help !


If you would like further RP British accent training materials,

take a look at

http://www.learningbritishaccent.com

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Selection of Words to help with British Accent Pronunciation - Accent Video

Watch the video if you would like help pronouncing Specification, Standard, Valuable and Environment.
Hope the pronunciation practice helps your RP British accent!  Do you have a British accent pronunciation questions? If so, let me know and I shall do my best to help.

Get in touch via twitter: @Learnbritaccent facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LearningBritishAccent

 

 

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or email:alison@thephonevoice.com.

 

 

British Accent Vocab- The Planets - Accent Audio file

A small audio clip to help you pronounce the names of the Planets in an RP British Accent.


For more British accent help, please do take a look at the website: www.learningbritishaccent.com

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British Accent Help, How to say Sounds and Count - British accent Video

Another short video to help with your British accent training - pronunciation of Sounds and Count.
Hope you find this and the other videos helpful.

If you find these Vocab videos helpful, then you can many more in the

Ultimate RP British Accent Training Package: http://www.learningbritishaccent.com/UltimateBritishAccent.html

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British Accent Pronunciation - Idioms and Expressions with the word 'Heart'- British Accent Audio

Here are some popular expressions which include the word Heart.  Take a listen to help improve your RP British Accent 

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How To Use The Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource…..

If you’ve just downloaded the

Ultimate RP British Accent Learning resource

, then you may be feeling a little overwhelmed by the amount of different audio and video training modules.

Where should you start?

Is there a particular way to navigate around the training package?

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Well, in short there is no right or wrong way to learn from the Ultimate RP British Accent. You are free to start with whichever module takes your fancy or whatever area of study interests you at that particular point in time. It’s important to remember – this is your property for ever! There’s no need to rush through it and attempt to cover each topic right away. Feel free to take your time and revisit each and every one of the modules whenever you need to. However, if you would like a short guide to start you on your learning journey, then this is my suggestion as to how you might approach the Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource.

 

Firstly, I think the key modules to help you speak with an RP British accent is to learn to pronounce each of the individual sounds that make up the RP British accent. So I would suggest to begin with looking at The Sounds In The British Accent MP4 video. You could download the mp3 audio file on your mp3 player so you can listen to it during the day at those times when you’re not at your computer (while you’re commuting to work, walking the dog, at the gym etc ) This presentation is a good grounding in the different vowel and consonant sounds and so many of my British accent subscribers have been in touch with me to tell me how useful they’ve found this presentation and how much their British accent has improved because if it!

Also take a look at the Spoken Sounds Mp4 video. This is video footage to show you a close up of how the mouth, tongue, lips look like when you make these different sounds. This should give you a good point of reference to make sure you’re placing your mouth in a similar position to produce the correct sounds.

If you need more practice to get these sounds just right, then why not go to the mp3 Extra Vocab practice files. Each mp3 covers 100’s of sample Vocab which demonstrate a particular vowel or consonant sound. They’re divided into Affricates, Dipthongs, Fricatives (Parts one and two), Laterals, Plosions, Nasal Consonents, Semi-vowels, Short vowels and Long Vowels. These are great mp3s to dip into just to listen, copy and practice the different type of sounds using everyday vocabularly.

Once you’re feeling more confident with the Sounds of the british accent, then why not move onto the Verb section. This module covers the Top 300 verbs used in English. Not only can you practice your accent, you will also become more familiar with the verbs that you’ll be using when speaking and writing in English.

After the Top 300 Verbs section, why not move onto the top 500 common words with sentences. Again this will help familiarise yourself with common English words, their spelling, usage, as well as their correct pronunciation.

Now you’re confident with using the words in isolation, lets now look at putting them together and becoming confident speakers and conversationists. If you use the telephone a lot, then why not look through the telephone vocab and conversations module. For more general, everyday situations –take a look at the 40 Conversations module. A role-play video and audio which covers scenerios found in everyday life.

This may also be a good moment to listen to the Connected Speech module. This module focuses on how words and sounds change when used in natural, fluent speech.

The final three modules : 100 English Phrases and Sayings , Mispronounced Words and Industry Vocab – are designed to be more of a reference resource rather than a step-by-step training manual. These are modules that you will probably ‘dip into ‘ when you have a specific question that relating to these areas. However, this shouldn’t stopping you listening to each of the modules from start to finish as extra vocab and listening exercises.

I do hope this general guide is of help to you. Remember, this is only my thoughts, and you’re free to use the learning resource in any way you wish.

I hope you’re finding the Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource helpful, and don’t forget to keep an eye out for more training updates when they come available:

 

 

 

 

www.learningbritishaccent.com , Facebook

, @LearnBritaccent on Twitter

 

British Accent training - Premiership Football Clubs

As the Premiership changes each year, this list may well be out of date within 12months!!

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British Accent Help- How to say Scientists & Interests - Accent Video training

The latest video covers the Vocab words of Scientists and Interests.  These posts have been put together from questions and queries from British Accent students.  The latest question was how to say Scientist and Interests in an RP British accent.  

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I hope it helps!

Don't forget more British Accent help can be found on my website www.learningbritishaccent.com.  If you think 15 hours of audio and video RP British accent material could help develop your british accent, then check out my Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource.

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Have you claimed your FREE British accent training

 

Have you claimed your FREE British accent training : The Ultimate RP British Accent Learning resource?

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If you previously purchased The Sounds In The British Accent Mp4/Mp3 presentation AND the collection of 10 MP3 extra Vocab practice files – then you’re eligible to claim your FREE Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource. Visit:

Ultimate RP British Accent learning resource

for more details.

 

What lessons are covered in The Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource

The Ultimate RP British Accent Learning resource covers 11 Modules of audio and video training material.  Find out what material is included in this learning resource that can help YOU improve your British accent.

 

Want to know more? Visit the website: www.learningbritishaccent.com

Do you need help with your British Accent Telephone Voice?

If you use the phone to communicate with clients and colleagues then the

 

Ultimate RP British accent Learning Resource 

can help you! If you need to use an authentic RP British accent speaking voice on the phone and you’re looking for some

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help to improve your phone voice then look no further.

 

The Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource includes a training module devoted to telephone conversation practice and learning some common telephone phrases and vocabulary. Many employees at BPO organisations often use the telephone as the primary method of communication with their international clients and customers. Speaking in a confident, fluent RP British accent can help improve the telephone experience and ensure clear and accurate communication. If you would like some help to practice your telephone RP British accent then consider purchasing the

 

Ultimate RP British Accent Learning

Resource. Its available as an instant digital download (both audio and video files) for £29.99.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How To Use The Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource…..

 

 

 

 

If you’ve just downloaded the  Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource  then you

may be feeling a little overwhelmed by the amount of different audio and video training modules.

Where should you start?

Is there a particular way to navigate around the training package?

Cdcombo

Well, in short there is no right or wrong way to learn from the Ultimate RP British Accent. You are free to start with whichever module takes your fancy or whatever area of study interests you at that particular point in time. It’s important to remember – this is your property for ever! There’s no need to rush through it and attempt to cover each topic right away. Feel free to take your time and revisit each and every one of the modules whenever you need to. However, if you would like a short guide to start you on your learning journey, then this is my suggestion as to how you might approach the Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource.

 

Firstly, I think the key modules to help you speak with an RP British accent is to learn to pronounce each of the individual sounds that make up the RP British accent. So I would suggest to begin with looking at The Sounds In The British Accent MP4 video. You could download the mp3 audio file on your mp3 player so you can listen to it during the day at those times when you’re not at your computer (while you’re commuting to work, walking the dog, at the gym etc ) This presentation is a good grounding in the different vowel and consonant sounds and so many of my British accent subscribers have been in touch with me to tell me how useful they’ve found this presentation and how much their British accent has improved because if it!

Also take a look at the Spoken Sounds Mp4 video. This is video footage to show you a close up of how the mouth, tongue, lips look like when you make these different sounds. This should give you a good point of reference to make sure you’re placing your mouth in a similar position to produce the correct sounds.

If you need more practice to get these sounds just right, then why not go to the mp3 Extra Vocab practice files. Each mp3 covers 100’s of sample Vocab which demonstrate a particular vowel or consonant sound. They’re divided into Affricates, Dipthongs, Fricatives (Parts one and two), Laterals, Plosions, Nasal Consonents, Semi-vowels, Short vowels and Long Vowels. These are great mp3s to dip into just to listen, copy and practice the different type of sounds using everyday vocabularly.

Once you’re feeling more confident with the Sounds of the british accent, then why not move onto the Verb section. This module covers the Top 300 verbs used in English. Not only can you practice your accent, you will also become more familiar with the verbs that you’ll be using when speaking and writing in English.

After the Top 300 Verbs section, why not move onto the top 500 common words with sentences. Again this will help familiarise yourself with common English words, their spelling, usage, as well as their correct pronunciation.

Now you’re confident with using the words in isolation, lets now look at putting them together and becoming confident speakers and conversationists. If you use the telephone a lot, then why not look through the telephone vocab and conversations module. For more general, everyday situations –take a look at the 40 Conversations module. A role-play video and audio which covers scenerios found in everyday life.

This may also be a good moment to listen to the Connected Speech module. This module focuses on how words and sounds change when used in natural, fluent speech.

The final three modules : 100 English Phrases and Sayings , Mispronounced Words and Industry Vocab – are designed to be more of a reference resource rather than a step-by-step training manual. These are modules that you will probably ‘dip into ‘ when you have a specific question that relating to these areas. However, this shouldn’t stopping you listening to each of the modules from start to finish as extra vocab and listening exercises.

I do hope this general guide is of help to you. Remember, this is only my thoughts, and you’re free to use the learning resource in any way you wish.

I hope you’re finding the Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource helpful, and don’t forget to keep an eye out for more training updates when they come available:

 

www.learningbritishaccent.com , Facebook

, @LearnBritaccent on Twitter