More ESL English Popular Listening Practice Intermediate

Popular English speaking and listening course to communicate with English-speakers on the job, students, customers, etc.
More ESL English Popular Listening Practice Intermediate
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815.77 MB
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1h 32m


Nina Weinstein


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More ESL English Popular Listening Practice Intermediate

What you’ll learn

SOUND LIKE A NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKER! –Intermediate level class in Nina’s POPULAR LISTENING PROGRAM for English learners at work, at school — everywhere!
POWERFUL LISTENING SKILLS CREATE STRONG LEADERS– Strong listening is the foundation of strong conversation, pronunciation, and grammar for non-native speakers.
CONVERSATION – Conversation is 50% listening. Strong listening skills equal stronger conversation skills.
PRONUNCIATION – Written English and spoken English sound different. Learn how to sound like a native English speaker!
GRAMMAR – Who doesn’t need better grammar? If you can hear correct English more clearly, you can say it more clearly.
TOEIC, TOEFL — Improve listening for tests.
If you need any of the above skills, YOU NEED THIS CLASS!

More ESL English Popular Listening Practice Intermediate


Nina recommends taking her course, “ESL English”, first. “ESL English” is the first step in Nina’s powerful English listening program.


Your time is important.  Nina’s classes don’t take hours and hours.  In 90 entertaining minutes, get where you want to go.LEARN HOW TO UNDERSTAND ENGLISH SPEAKERS BETTER FROM THE AUTHOR OF “WHADDAYA SAY” (Pearson Education, 45 printings)! Easy to understand ENGLISH CAPTIONS in each lesson!Nina’s special English listening program is three classes — “ESL English: Strong English for Good Jobs” (Beginning), “More ESL English” (Intermediate), and “(How to Get) Your Best English” (Advanced). This course, “More ESL English” is the intermediate level.If you need to talk with English speakers, you need this listening program first! What’s the most important skill in English?  If you said, “listening”, you’re right.  Why?  If we hear, “Book is on table”, we’ll never say, “THE book is on THE table”.  If we don’t hear “the”, we won’t think it’s there, and we won’t say it. That means our listening ability affects our speaking ability. The best English listeners are also potentially the best English speakers.This is the same English listening course for international learners that Nina produced for major international corporations such as Toyota Motor Sales. There are easy-to-follow captions, and many listening exercises to practice in each lesson. The goal is to begin to prepare you to hear almost every word. If you can’t hear what someone says to you, you can’t have a conversation with that person, so this is an essential course for any non-native English speaker who talks with English speakers.There are three steps in Nina’s English listening program. Step 1 is “ESL English: Strong English for Good Jobs”. You should take that course first. This is the Step 2 listening level — “MORE ESL English”.  Step 3 is Nina’s listening course, “(How to get) Your Best English”.There are two very different kinds of English — written and spoken. Speed of speech changes the pronunciation of spoken English.  Basically, the faster native speakers talk, the harder it is to understand them, unless you learn and practice these spoken English pronunciation rules.  Step 1, “ESL English: Strong English for Good Jobs”, introduced learners to the most important pronunciation rules of native English speakers (reduced forms). It introduced learners to the rhythm or “music” of English sentences, and many important spoken English pronunciations by real native English speakers.                                    In this course, “MORE ESL English”, Intermediate —  Nina will teach you the next group of important pronunciation changes in natural spoken English. After you practice hearing and understanding English as it’s really spoken, you’ll be able to understand native English speakers much better.In the practice exercises, Nina will teach you to begin to hear almost every word.  Why is this important?  We’re all connected in the world now. We can study together. Many of us want to work internationally. If you can hear almost every word of English, you can correct your own grammar because you can hear the correct grammar more clearly. You can learn new vocabulary because you can hear the words. Your conversation will be better because at least half of conversation is listening.You’ll get special secrets to quickly sound more like a native English speaker. Finally, you’ll take a listening test at the end of the course to show you what your next steps should be.Nina isn’t just teaching you a class. She’s staying with you until you learn a skill. When your listening improves, your other English skills can also improve. Nina is available to you anytime, so feel to email her with any questions or problems.Welcome:अंग्रेज़ीangrezeeCải thiện nói tiếng Anh Mỹ   /   음성 미국 영어를 향상   /   話されているアメリカ英語を向上させる    /   Улучшите свой американский акцент   /   Meningkatkan berbicara bahasa Inggris Amerika   /   Melhorar a fala Inglês Americano   /   Mejorar el habla Inglés Americano   /   提高口语的美式英语   /   बात अमेरिकी अंग्रेजी में सुधार   /  تحسين محادثة اللغة الإنجليزية الامريكية الإنجليزية英語영어ภาษาอังกฤษאינגלישİngilizce, английский, Inglés, Anglais, Englisch, Inglese, Inggris, angleščina, Anh 


Section 1: Learn and practice understanding real native English speaker pronunciations.

Lecture 1 “For” becomes *fer in natural spoken English.

Lecture 2 Native English speaker pronounciation of “workING, talkING, listenING, etc.”

Lecture 3 Why do English speakers say “ToyoDa” instead of “ToyoTa”?

Lecture 4 “Got to” becomes *gotta;”have to” changes to *hafta, and “has to” becomes *hasta

Lecture 5 The Big Secret

Lecture 6 “Used to” changes to *useta; “supposed to” becomes *supposta

Lecture 7 Learn how native English speakers really say “he, his, him, her,” and “them”!

Lecture 8 “Cream AND sugar”, “on First AND Ocean Streets”– Native English speakers say…

Lecture 9 “Or” becomes *er at a natural speed. Fun example — Do you want souper salad?

Lecture 10 Another powerful English accent reduction secret!

Section 2: Listening test

Lecture 11 What can Steve Jobs teach you about understanding native English speakers?

Section 3: What about British and Australian English? — An interview with Prince William

Lecture 12 Do British English speakers use reduced forms? Yes!!

Lecture 13 Hear these natural pronunciations in Australian English!

Section 4: My recommendations

Lecture 14 Listen to a real conversation! How many words can you hear correctly now?

Lecture 15 Bonus Lecture — What should you do next?

Anyone who needs good English to achieve their goals.,Anyone who would like to work in an English-speaking company,Employees at international companies,ESL and EFL learners,Anyone who would like to speak with native English speakers,Test preparation – TOEIC, TOEFL, etc.

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 1h 32m | 815.77 MB
Created by: Nina Weinstein

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