I'm really like to listening your English practice
oh i know! c'mon you make the analysis of this word 'supercalifragilisticexpialidocious'.
You always great as usual Thanks so much indeed Morocco.
Thanks for this Lesson Miss
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Thank you so much for this video. It was very helpful. It opens new ideas and questions about the English sound pattern. This video demonstrates that there is an upper level of "superwords" or as you said "thought groups" that is just as important to learn as individual words. I wonder if these melodies or the sound they produce, like Tom did with the clips, have been already classified elsewhere. This video also made me reflect on my own strategies to teach my native language, Spanish. Gracias!
You guys are so cool!! Thank you so much!
Thank you SO much for help to us for speak English better 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙌🙌 ..God bless you
I love this video. very clear!!!
Nice, but sometimes the sentences are so difficult to recognize, even though the speed of a conversation is being reduced.I frankly sometimes feel that I'm listening to a language coming from the space especially when it comes to movies.I can easily understand the standard American English, but can't understand the casual language spoken in daily life, depending on the rhythmic sounds or music.There is a huge difference between the language used in the news stations, which is formal, clear, and standard, and that used in streets and everyday life, which uses slangs and mysterious expressions .
Great quality teaching Rachel! Thank you!
Stunning <3 Thank you.
Hello thank for the video, please you can make the video with more volume please
Rachel you look like you are aging in reverse. Thanks for your content. I love the ben franklin exercises.
thank you teacher Rachel
One of the best tip I’ve heard so far, thanks Rachel and Tom. I’ll be working on it for sure.
I want you to teach me
Why native speakers love to reduce 2, 3 or even 4 words into gibberish? each word deserves love 😢
I'm a brazilian and this channel is so good for who is learning to pronounce english's words on their own. I like it!
hi, thank you for your useful videos) I have started English channel, share with your experience in comments)
Information i needed for a long time but had no idea where or what to look for! Tom and Rachel, thank you very much. Cant wait for the next video Rachel mentioned she was working on.
A a a, than(ks) a lo(t)!
excellent excellent it is….wow…really thanks for this lesson… I hope more lesson from Tom …pls give it to me Rich… I'm sure u will do that… thanks so much. I love this one
Well done. Can we have lessons about Marine related areas.
Thank you so much for your all precious efforts!
Hi dear teacher Rachel, thank you very much for this video and the links 🙂
Great lesson thanks
Hello Rachel, hello Tom… This was a very useful video and so practical. Accent, rythm or stress on syllabes (or music according you) are forgotten for no native speakers when we try to talk. Knowing and learning the general structure of English, accent is the next step… Thanks a lot. I think that understood…
This is great! Thank you so much for creating this video.
you're helping me lot Rachel. thank you🙂
Have a nice day!The first thing I listen in the morning. It is awesome
Hi again I'm a big fan for you. And i'm currently facing a difficulty pronouncing 'is the' simply.Advice me how to pronounce it properly.Love you too much
Thanks for your Times, you are a great teachers.
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