Practicing Fast Speech

Don’t want to miss any tips and tricks for English?

Do you have trouble understanding and saying fast speech?

This is a common issue with all English learners because traditional English courses don’t focus enough on the differences between written and spoken English.

Native speakers don’t say words and phrases like they are written. Instead, they squeeze the sounds together, drop some, and combine others.

Even advanced English speakers still struggle to understand what their colleagues, bosses or clients are saying.

What you need is more practice with linking and reductions, two aspects of pronunciation that often happen together.

I can help you with linking and reductions because pronunciation is my specialty.

To get started, take my quiz and check your answers below!

Take Miss Ruth’s English Challenge

Answer the question on each of the slides. Then check the answers below.

Where can you practice understanding and saying fast speech?

In my classes and interactive lessons, I teach all kinds of rules for linking and reductions.

If you want to learn English with quality materials

If you’re looking for tools to improve your listening abilities

And if you want to learn the pronunciation tips that can make you sound clearer and more fluent in English conversation…

Join my 8-Week English Bootcamp for Fluency & Clarity!

Through one-on-one classes, my podcast lessons, and other materials, you will learn the vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation necessary for spoken English.

Book a FREE 30-minute strategy session to learn more about the bootcamp.

Answers: 

“itzaplezhur” = “It’s a pleasure.”

“monnago” = “I’m going to go.”

janowhucha want” = “Do you know what you want?”

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