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Pronunciation is your visiting card

It is because of their obscure pronunciation that people sometimes find themselves in awkward situations. In this article, we will look at the consequences of inaccuracies in English pronunciation.

Many English learners believe that learning the correct pronunciation is a waste of time. They can already communicate with any English-speaking person. It's not for nothing to memorize dozens of words and rules in the classroom! Not everything is so simple. Even if you have an extensive vocabulary and excellent knowledge of grammar, but your pronunciation hurts the ear, the interlocutor will remember you as a person with a low level of English proficiency. You only have one chance to make a first impression, and obscure diction can ruin everything. This is how fuzzy pronunciation becomes the leading cause of misunderstanding.

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Features of English pronunciation

The rules for reading English words are inextricably linked with their correct pronunciation. It is necessary to conscientiously learn the rules for reading letters, letter combinations, and individual words. The principle "as it is heard, so it is written" does not work in English. You will thereby take the first important step towards establishing pure English pronunciation.

An obscure pronunciation may one day play a cruel joke on you. Instead of an exciting, coherent story, the English-speaking interlocutor will hear from you swear words that sound like neutral English words. Follow the rules for reading letters, words, phrases, listen to authentic English speech and repeat, repeat, and repeat after native speakers.

It is said that proper pronunciation is the one that a native speaker overlooks. The interlocutor should not only understand what you are saying but also enjoy listening to how you say it. Remember, their clothes greet them, their minds escort them. It is in your power to leave a good impression of yourself as a person with a good knowledge of English and earn the respect of those who are native speakers.