do you know where i can get help to pronounce american english
im living now in the us for almost a year and hope improving my speaking and pronouncing, i mean get closer to the american accent.
zahreddine, I suggest that you listen carefully to newscasters on the major national TV networks (CBS, NBC, ABC). These professionals are chosen, in part, because their diction is regionally neutral. Also, practice, practice, and practice. Avoid copying local broadcast personalities until your ear has been trained to detect and ignore local accents and inflections.
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