Free Foreign Accent Screening

Free Accent Reduction Screening If you are concerned about your foreign accent when speaking American English and are interested in accent reduction, here is an opportunity for you to get a professional opinion about the severity of your accent. Just leave us a voice mail saying our list of words, reading a paragraph, and telling us about your accent concerns. Typically within 48 hours, one of our staff members will analyze the speech sample and send you an e-mail or call you with the results. Results will include …

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2710, 2014

Accent Reduction: Difficult Experiences

Accent Reduction Tips

Many of our clients at Accent Pros, who come in for accent reduction sessions, have advanced degrees and have excellent command of the English language. Given the evolving state of the English language; however, they may not understand informal slang and phrases that are regularly used in the workplace, and on various […]

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2310, 2014

Accent Reduction: Personal Insult Idioms

Accent Reduction Tips
Many of our clients at Accent Pros, who come in for accent reduction sessions, have advanced degrees and have excellent command of the English language. Given the evolving state of the English language; however, they may not understand informal slang and phrases that are regularly used in the workplace, and on various […]

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2010, 2014

American accent Training: Car Voice Recognition Systems

American Accent Training: Can car voice recognition systems interpret accents?
Imagine that you’ve just purchased a new $95,000 Mercedes GL 500. You tell your Voice Recognition System (VRS) to take you down to the local supermarket and are surprised when you hear, “I’m sorry, I don’t understand. Please provide a location.” After all, you are […]

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