{Patreon Special} Pronunciation Course | Phase III | Rhythm in Phrases & Sentences

This is a PHENOMENAL one, especially for those of you who have problems with enunciation and the rhythm in your sentences. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been coaching a range of students, and one, in particular, has problems with the rhythm in her sentences. Going back to three years ago, I coached a Thai doctor because her rhythm was the exact opposite of what it was supposed to be, failing the 3rd part of her exam to become a doctor in America because the patients didn’t understand her. You have no idea how important it is to have the CORRECT rhythm. So, this podcast is available on all my Patreon badges (if you’re a current student, message me and you get it for free). And if you want the entire VIDEO course to this phase, let inbox me because I will quickly create the course on podia for you. Now, let’s dive into it!


Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 86 – Reading & Speaking – Starting on The Path to Success (Patreon Exclusive

Super excited about this one. The extended podcast is in my Patreon. For those of you don’t know, I have a 10$ a month Patreon badge that provides exclusive content, videos, coaching and other things, so if you’re interested in enhancing your English language skills more, please inquire!

With that being said, let’s do a little talking and speaking about The Path to Success!

Teaser Paragraph

It once took a company a long time to be worth a billion dollars. Today dozens of tech start-ups are achieving this level of economic success within their first five years. While successful tech start-ups have the ability to change traditional industries, many are still not successful. Companies should focus on easy access, the use of free content, creating a product people need, and the time it takes to be so successful.

The rest of the story is on my patreon!

Skillful R/W 2
  1. Access
  2. Adapt
  3. Business model
  4. Entrepreneur
  5. Existing
  6. Make Decisions
  7. Start-up

a to change your ideas or behavior so that you can deal with a new situation

b someone who uses money to start businesses

c a small new company

d already present

e to choose options after thinking carefully

f the way a company is structured to operate

g the way people reach or buy a product