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Pronunciation and Accent Softening

Excellent as a stand-alone course or an addition to your morning classes.

The English speaking course is designed for students who would like to speak more clearly, sound more natural and gain confidence when speaking English. Our qualified and experienced teachers ensure that all individuals in the class improve their pronunciation, as well as their speaking and listening skills, during these short and focussed English lessons.

Course Details
Class size Average 12, Maximum 16
Start Any Monday
Course length 1 week +
Minimum age 16
Levels A1 - C2 (Elementary - Proficiency)
Days Monday to Friday

Course Options
  Lessons (pw)Class times
Part-time Morning 10 (7.5 hours) 13:00 – 14:30

What is the main focus of this course?

  • To learn how to produce accurate and understandable English.
  • To increase confidence when speaking English.
  • To gain a better understanding of how sounds are produced in English and to be able to identify and use appropriate stress in words, phrases, and sentences.
  • To become more comfortable listening to different English accents and rapidly spoken English.

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