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English Conversation Training ⚡️ Pronunciation Workout #2!

Reynold King

100 Replies to “English Conversation Training ⚡️ Pronunciation Workout #2!”

  1. Hi there. I studing english for a while and I can tell you that one of the most difficult parts is to understand native english speakers speaking naturally. So I think this kind of videos are very important to start understanding the real english speakers. Thank you Emma for all the effort that you put in every video that make.

  2. Beautiful, Emma ya looking so fresh, so natural, unique. Love ya teaching techniques thank you for being here on utube and teaching us english.

  3. LOOK, SOUND, FEEL…..Speak, listen and listen and listen…as you possible as you can…Thank you your workouts make me always work out 💓💕💕💕💕💕

  4. Yes!! I'm early again
    I'm really trying to watch your videos everyday. And planning it as a daily routine, coz you helping me a lot!😊

    God bless! And
    More power!

  5. Hi Emma,
    Your lesson about pronunciation workout – 2 is really very useful for all learners. I admire your suggestions. It is little tricky but after repeatedly watching lesson we improve our pronunciation.
    Please continue with your valuable lessons.
    Thank you.

  6. (*^3^)/~❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  7. Thank you my best teacher… I have one question.. How can i spell any word with out read? I mean just listen then i can write what i heard?

  8. Thank you very much Emma! I really like this series of "workout" videos: it helps a lot because it's not so easy, at least for me, to reproduce these linked word sounds of the connected speech in a relaxed and natural way ….. so, thanks again for your practical support! 🌼

  9. It's almost impossible watch your lessons with an open eyes all the time. Your beauty is incredible and i don't always pay attention. I just look to you! It ever with much respect. I think that I need to travel to Australia! Thank's for everything.

  10. Thank you 😍,while I am watching your video to learn English, I also having fun you make me smile and I would love to watch your video everyday

  11. Hello, Emma! Thanks for this work-out. I hope you are going well with Spanish. I also would like to start to learn a third language but I think it is too early. I'm waiting your next lesson as always.

  12. I like the style and presentation of your videos, but please don't encourage people to start sentences with "So" inappropriately – it's a horrible modern malaise! 🙂 It might also be worth you mentioning that "kinda" is American English slang and isn't used in British English, other than as an Americanism (which we have far too many of already!)

  13. Hello dear teachear from Buenos Aires Argentina. Excellent lesson!! It s so useful and you teach us using this incredible tool, like a gym class. Really thanks. God bless you for giving us your knowledge. 😘💝💖

  14. New high-grade video from high-great teacher 🙂 Thank you, Emma! Your videos are really motivating and inspiring! And of remarkable quality, by the way!

  15. Hi, teacher Emma I said that If you would do lessons like this one I will be there. Thank you so much for your effort.

  16. You really hit the point here! What makes us crazy is the fast way of common speaking (and also understanding). Above all it's necessary to work out our mouth muscles and tounge: it's so different than in Latin rooted languages! An amusing, dynamic and highly useful lesson we have to practice regularly also in the future. Thank you Emma! Great work!

  17. I always enjoy watching and practicing with you Emma.
    So far, I've watched most of your lessons if not all.
    You have a very soft appearance and pure voice besides your experience in teaching and explaining any idea in a perfect way.
    I've never got bored while watching your lessons, even though the topic is not interesting.
    God bless you, I really, like all your subscribers, love you so much.

  18. Why do you say "m-m-m-English" instead of " ǝm-ǝm-ǝm-English"? "M-m-m-m-m-m" is usually used to describe cows… or teeth ache… or something forgotten important thing after crossing of the "point-of-no-return". It is evident that "ǝm-ǝm-ǝm" has it origin from your name "Emma". So don't be so modest.

  19. Why do you say "m-m-m-English" instead of " ǝm-ǝm-ǝm-English"? "M-m-m-m-m-m" is usually used to describe cows… or teeth ache… or something forgotten important thing after crossing of the "point-of-no-return".

  20. madam the lesson is good
    i have a question not relevent to today,s lesson , what is the specific word for those hard snow balls which come down like heavy rain and some time destroy crops ?


  22. Thanks Emma, this workout was very useful and I'm fond of training my pronunciation skills with you. I'll be waiting for your next lessons as usual with impatience. Have a nice weekend!

  23. Hi Emma! Very useful lesson. It's extremely important that you emphasize pronunciation. And training. As you've said in one in you'r previous videos- our mouth consists of muscles, and it needs training. I checked it up just a few minutes ago.. Now my mouth hurts a little, but tomorrow it will disappear and I will go back to this lesson with great pleasure. You're wonderful!
    Love you. Bye.

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