What did you say? I can't understand you.

What did you say? I couldn’t understand you.

Have you heard those words before? Do you find that it’s sometimes difficult to make yourself understood? Does talking on the phone create an unpleasant feeling?

As a professional, how you speak is extremely important. Without clear pronunciation, those listening to you may perceive you as being less educated or even less competent. Even if you have a strong command of the English language, if your pronunciation is not clear, your message may be misunderstood or worse, ignored.

Communication is a dynamic process that involves both the speaker and the listener. When the listener is expecting to hear Standard American English, but instead hears something different, confusion and misunderstanding can occur, resulting in a frustrating experience for them and you.

You’ll be amazed at how easy it is once it’s clearly explained and demonstrated.

You’ve invested time learning the English language including vocabulary and grammar, and you know how to read and write English. Yet equally important is learning how to correctly say the words you’ve learned. Accent reduction will teach you HOW to say the words, because pronunciation is just as important as grammar!

Working one-on-one with a speech-language pathologist who specializes in accent reduction, you will become aware of pronunciation errors and correct your them so that your accent is reduced, and your communication is improved. You’ve already done the hardest part—learning to read, write and comprehend English as a second language. Now it’s time to complete the process and master the pronunciation of the language.

You’ll be amazed at how easy it is once it’s clearly explained and demonstrated. By learning new pronunciation habits and skills, you will feel more confident!

The benefits of accent reduction training? Career advancement, additional professional opportunities and better relationships with colleagues are just the beginning.

Enroll in an accent reduction course today.