Over enunciation (also over articulation and over pronunciation) is when a speaker puts far too much effort into saying every sound in a word. I give you an example of a speaker who over enunciates, and share with you what it reveals about people who speak this way.
In this video I teach about the history and traditions of Bonfire Night. At the end of this video I also do a speech performance of the ‘V Speech’ from V for Vendetta.
How Meghan Markle speaks: A description of her voice and speaking style. Based on how Meghan Markle speaks, will the Queen like her and approve of her relationship with Prince Harry? Are we likely to hear wedding bells for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and is she likely to join The Royal Family in the future?
Speed up your English by learning relaxed pronunciation. I will teach you how to say questions with ‘do’ and ‘did’ in a natural, flowing way. The secret to speaking fast is that there are no clear word boundaries. Whole syllables may be missed completely (“elision”), individual sounds may change (“assimilation”), or completely new sounds may appear (“intrusion”). No matter whether you are a beginner or an advanced speaker of English, I’ll break down the pronunciation for you in the clearest possible way. I’ll also teach you a little IPA (the International Phonetic Alphabet), so that you can be sure that you are saying each question phrase perfectly. Learn to say all the question phrases in this lesson and you will speak fast — like a native speaker of English.