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Post by Manal Alenazi on Thu Mar 01, 2012 1:12 am

* Speak English more confidently and fluently
* Improve your English pronunciation so other people understand you better
* Reduce your native accent

You can practise speaking English whenever you want, even if you don't live in a country where English is spoken. It's free and there's no software to download. All you need is a headset with a microphone or speakers and microphone.

How It Works
Step 1 Listen to the correct pronunciation given by native English speakers
Step 2 Repeat and record the phrase
Step 3 Compare your pronunciation to native English speakers

Get started by choosing a section on the right. If you need to check your headphone, speaker or microphone settings click here.

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