Spoken English with exceptional Listening Skills

Naseer Ahmed

I am an English teacher with 14 years of teaching experience. I am proficient in any English grammar related issues. I write short stories, essays, humour, satire, articles and my own blog about mind sciences, meditation and positive thinking. I love travelling, conversing, reading literature i.e. novels, poetry and motivational stuff.

Price : US $16.00

To become a good speaker, you must have exceptional listening skills. They say:

A trained ear will never put you in trouble

Therefore, I will teach you how to develop your speaking skills through your improved listening skills. The problem with most Spoken English courses is that they do not focus on the importance of natural speech; rather they focus on the academic, or in plain words, bookish knowledge, which is perfect though, yet it confuses non-native listeners when they experience connected speech. It is very important to train the ear for the sound system of English Language, both when it is written in grammar books, phonetic dictionaries and when it is spoken spontaneously. There are two major factors which contribute a lot in seemingly changed sound system of certain words, hence creating confusion in understanding the language. These are contraction and assimilation. I will present two examples of each to make it clear for you:

  1. Example of contraction in English: You are = you’re (which seemingly sounds like your)

  2. Example of assimilation in English: football = foopball (the pronunciation of /t/ sound in football becomes /p/ when spoken in natural connected speech.

Now, for students, this should not be a bad or horrible news. This is a very good and promising news. In order to speak English, you need to focus on Spoken language and how the pronunciation of certain words changes in connected speech in order to improve understanding. Once you master that, you will be a fluent speak of English. So happy speaking!

I have done MA in Applied Linguistics from the University of Reading, UK and MA in English Literature from the University of Punjab, Pakistan. I have taught and trained hundreds and thousands of students across the world and learnt a lot from them too. I can speak English, Urdu, Punjabi, and Hindi with equal fluency. I write my blog which is published; and sometimes I write in newspapers but very rarely.
With my qualification and teaching experience, I can help you in speaking English with confidence through improved listening skills for which I can teach you how to train a good ear. It is a fact that listening is very important to speak a language. Simply, to speak fluently, you need beautiful ears.
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5182 Administrator 20 Jul 2015 08:40:44
Naseer from United Kingdom provides professional one to one English lessons via webcam. It is so easy to learn online from such great tutors.