Month: August 2017

Plosives

Popping Your P’s : Practice Your Plosives   Todays’s post we’re covering another RP British sound – the Plosives. Here’s what the dictionary says: ˈpləʊsɪv,ˈpləʊsɪz/ PHONETICS adjective 1. denoting a consonant that is produced by stopping the airflow using the

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A lovely testimonial…

British Accent Course Testimonial I recently received a really lovely testimonial from a customer who had purchased a copy of the Ultimate RP British Accent Learning Resource. You can read what she had to say below:   I’m 23-yr-old girl

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Fricatives

FRICATIVES What is a Fricative? A Fricative is defined as: Phonetics  Denoting a type of consonant made by the friction of breath in a narrow opening, producing a turbulent air flow. A fricative consonant, e.g. f and th.   In

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Wedding and Funeral Vocab :British Accent Practice

Life Events : Talking about Weddings and Funerals Birth, Marriages and Death – the life cycle of the world!  Today’s post focuses on two of these major life events : weddings and funerals.  Whether its your own, attending another’s –

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