In the final course of The Pronunciation of American English specialization, you will complete a final self-reflection project applying what you have learned in the first three courses about consonants, vowels, and the “music” of English. In preparation for the project, you will take a post-test, review all the sounds of English, analyze a speech, and share your advice on improving pronunciation with other learners.
This course is part of the The Pronunciation of American English Specialization
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TOP REVIEWS FROM THE PRONUNCIATION OF AMERICAN ENGLISH PROJECT
An excellent course and specialization altogether. However, it would be outstanding if at least the final assignments were verified by native speakers. Thank you!
I'd give 5 stars if assignments were reviewed by experts, as it is the final course of a pronunciation specialization.
About the The Pronunciation of American English Specialization
This specialization is intended for anyone who wants to achieve clearer, more understandable pronunciation of American English to help them communicate more easily and effectively. Through these four courses, you will learn about and practice consonant and vowel sounds, along with aspects of the “music” of English, including word stress, intonation, and connected speech. Clearer pronunciation leads to success in business, education, or any field where English is required.
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