How Not To Say:
Your guide to English pronunciation
Identify unwanted habits!
Replace them with new habits!
A PERSONAL PROJECT AND BEYOND...
Hello, my name is Iciar. I live in the UK and my project is to help people like me, non-native speakers of English around the world, to speak English clearly.
After years of research and consultation with professionals I wrote the book "How Not To Say: Your guide to English pronunciation" (ISBN: 1543092837). My second book, which is in progress, is about unwritten rules: "A British way of speaking, behaving and socialising: Social norms matters. Understanding these unwritten rules boosts effective communication."
As we grow up our habits become stronger and may interfere with the way we speak other languages.
The “How Not To Say” method will help you pronounce the 44 sounds of British English clearly by changing habits:
1. Do the 100 mini-tests to help you identify what sounds you need to work on;
2. Follow the easy steps to make these sounds;
3. Listen and repeat.
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"How Not To Say: Your guide to English pronunciation" (ISBN: 1543092837)
"Amazing book, which help you in easy way to sound more British. Written in compactly and simply language with easy exercises to follow."
"Simple and clear explanations of improving pronunciation! Excellent."
"As a trained speech and language therapist, I really like this book. It identifies the common sound errors made by adults learning English as a second language. It helps the reader to workout if they are guilty of this error and then explains how they can try and self-correct themselves. There is a very useful link to videos which gives readers the opportunity to hear the sounds which further supports and establishes their learning. I will definitely be recommending this to any of my speech therapy clients who present with accent differences."
Social norms affect what people say and do. Understanding the unwritten rules of the British helps us understand the real message behind their words. It also helps us be better understood: although we don't have to become British to communicate with them, we may need to adapt our message a little so that our message is received and understood as intended.
I am writing a book on this topic: "A British way of speaking, behaving and socialising: Social norms matters. Understanding these unwritten rules boosts effective communication."
Join me on this journey to speaking British English clearly
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"How Not To Say: Your guide to English pronunciation"
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