The sound of spoken language

When we are learning a new language, one of the biggest challenges is developing correct pronunciation. “Fill in the blank” excercises are an easy place to start, but when we actually start speaking everything sounds bad for a while.

Fortunately, at the University of Iowa, a team of people have developed a helpful website. There, you will find a virtual tutor to help you practice your pronunciation and be able to speak with less of a gringo accent.

And, if this doesn’t work, you can resign yourself to having a bad accent like Roberto Quénedi*, a singer who sings in  English with a very thick Argentine accent.

Know Roberto Quénedi 

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