The ‘Crafting Sound Meaning’ Method

Speaking a language is a physical activity. This means we need to exercise our mouth muscles the same way we would exercise our leg muscles if we were training for a marathon.

We start with learning the individual sounds of English. Then we combine those sounds into phrases, using Tongue Twisters and other rhyming games to get your tongue more comfortable with English.

After you have a good Foundation of English sounds, it’s time to talk stress. Using real world sources like podcasts, you’ll develop an awareness of English rhythm and intonation.

Classes are taught in a casual, conversational style that focuses on what you’re most interested in.

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I’m a student and a teacher.

I love learning languages and have been through the same challenges you have on your language learning journey.

I know how frustrating it is to know what I want to say and be misunderstood or struggle to follow a conversation with native speakers.

Don’t let these frustrations stop you from your language learning goals.

Learn exercises to immediately improve your pronunciation!

Improved pronunciation and listening comprehension takes work, but it’s not impossible. The mouth is made up of muscles the same way our legs or arms are made of muscle.

The same way we train for a marathon or lifting weights, we can train our mouths to pronounce a language.

If you’re ready to get serious about improving your English to native-like quality…

If you’re ready to put in the time and effort to create an improvement plan and stick to it…
If you’re ready to have some laughs with a teacher who has an endless source of energy for helping you improve…

Then get ready to start speaking with confidence.

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