Tag: pronunciation

Arsenio’s ESL Pronunciation Course: Introduction to Phase III!

Grateful! The third course will be launched within a week, and for all my YouTube family, if you’re interested in 2 hours of exclusive content and a follow-up of the previous two courses, let’s get into it! When I launch the course (or when…

Arsenio’s ESL Pronunciation Course | Phase II | Debut!

We’re finally here! The second phase of my pronunciation course is here, and I’m happy to tell you guys that this is the beginning of the core of videos that I will be delivering. 1.5 hours worth of content and 6 videos with interactive…

Arsenio’s Pronunciation Course on UDEMY Debut!

Omg! The first of five phases are finally here to get your pronunciation up to par! After so many pronunciation podcasts, I’ve finally created a course (in five phases) for all of you who want to improve your pronunciation and communicate directly with me!…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast | Season 5 Episode 54 | Pronunciation | Fill In The Blank Practice

Ahhh, here’s goes one of my new activities for the years. I wrote out a paragraph about sports, and how it runs deep within my bloodlines. However, on my blog, which is down below, there are missing words that you need to fill in. …

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast | Season 5 Episode 39 | Pronunciation | Consonant Clusters Exercise

Welcome back to another pronunciation podcast.  This is a follow-up to what I talked about in my previous pronunciation podcast, which was the introduction of two, three, and four consonant clusters.  So remember, some languages do not have consonant clusters, making it very difficult…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 131 – Pronunciation – Linking & Sound Change

In written English, there is space between words: What is her name? In spoken English, there is no space between words: Whatsername? Words in a thought group are linked or joined together and often sound like one long word. It is sometimes difficult to…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 83 – Pronunciation: Rising Intonation in Yes/No Questions

We’re back with some more rising intonation! Today’s focus will be on yes/no questions. In North American English, the intonation generally rises at the end of yes/no questions. In British English, it falls. Practice in the podcast! Do the buses run after ten o’clock?…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 66 – Pronunciation – Tracing Intonation Contours

Welcome back to another pronunciation podcast, people! Super excited to bring you this one today. A lot of people don’t know the syntax behind the language, so the goal is to actually trace the contours so you know the intonation. You can do this…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 63 – Pronunciation – The Final Intonation

Welcome back, everyone! Excited to bring you guys today the FINAL INTONATION! This is going to be a great one and all of these will be in video very soon. Intonation is the rise and fall in the tune or pitch of the voice….

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 47 – Pronunciation – Structure Words After Focus Words

It is especially important to de-emphasize structure words that follow a focus word. If a listener hears a pitch jump on a structure word after a focus word, the important focus word might get lost. Listen to my podcast down below and underline the…

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