How to Master the Stop T in English (with 30+ Pronunciation Tips and Examples)

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Here’s a simple tip that will make you sound more like a native speaker: pronouncing the stop T correctly.

We’re not exaggerating when we say that you’ll encounter the stop T in almost every sentence. It’s present in the most common English words such as “not,” “that,” and “it.” Read more “How to Master the Stop T in English (with 30+ Pronunciation Tips and Examples)”

The Ultimate Guide to Flap T Pronunciation for Authentic American English

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How can you speak English like an American?

For one, you could make sure that you’re using words specific to American English. 

You’d write down your “zip code” rather than your “post code” (which would be the British way!).

You might park in the  “parking lot” instead of the “car park.”Read more “The Ultimate Guide to Flap T Pronunciation for Authentic American English”

41 Key Phrases and Expressions for Handling English Phone Call Conversations with Confidence

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Your phone’s ringing.

You check your phone and your eyes widen.

It’s an important client, calling you out of the blue.

“Good afternoon,” you say a bit breathlessly.

Instead of a face-to-face meeting with your client, you’re now discussing your proposal over a phone call.Read more “41 Key Phrases and Expressions for Handling English Phone Call Conversations with Confidence”

17 Top English Greetings and Introductions for Starting Successful Business Conversations

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Business interactions can hinge on just a few key moments.

When you meet someone new, you barely know anything about them–but your mind makes snap judgments right away. 

The person you’re talking to could be a potential customer, a peer from the same industry, an investor, or a potentially useful contact.Read more “17 Top English Greetings and Introductions for Starting Successful Business Conversations”