ByAliceon 27 July 2018
"An excellent, highly recommended book for everyone who wants to improve their accent.
Purchased “Get rid of your accent” part one, two and three. Each book has a different set of well structured lessons which make the learning experience positive and highly effective.
The lessons comprise a descriptive commentary supported by exercises and witty dialogues that are easy to memorise while listening to the included CDs.
Regular reading of passages and practising the dialogues greatly improve pronunciation skills and help to grasp the rhythm of English and intonation patterns."
A new app review:
Highly recommended! ★★★★★
by ivedekhina - Version - 1.4 - Jun 5, 2015
This book was recommended by a good friend, on whose opinion I can usually rely. Wow! After just a few days of rather intensive practice I received a compliment about how much better I can speak now. Well, actually I can hear the improvement myself. The important change is I can hear myself as I speak much better now, so I pronounce better even those sounds which I have not practiced yet with this App. Great work, thanks!
Our clients are people for whom clarity of speech, good presentation and communication skills are important. They range from international professionals to foreign ambassadors from around the Globe.
Here is our clients' feedback:
"As a diplomat I need effective communication skills, particularly to address public audiences through radio and TV. A clear, crisp accent is always more convincing than a thick, foreign one. I am reading this book and I think it is immensely useful for foreigners like myself." Samuel Moncada, Venezuelan Ambassador to the UK
"Clearly, the authors of the book have collected years of experience and expertise to create this practical and effective tool for speech study." Joe Windley, Head of Speech, Central School of Speech and Drama, London
"The book has proven invaluable in one to one teaching, allowing me to focus on the student's problem areas. I have also used it with success in a group environment. There is sufficient material to provide meaningful practice of each sound, with enough variety to keep students entertained." Marianne Gibson, teacher, St. George International College, London