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English Pronunciation and Dialects for French Speakers

Pronunciation d'anglais pour les francophones

Selecting the most common words and phrases that differ between British and American English, we have created a narrative that has been customised to a number of regional varieties of English. Speakers from across the British Isles and North America have adjusted the narrative to suit their own particular dialects and then recorded the narrative in their own voices. Recordings are presented in normal and half speed. This provides students with an excellent resource for learning several accents and dialects of English.


Course Curriculum


  Rules of English Pronunciation
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  Dialect Survey Introduction
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Your Instructor


Aaron Ralby
Aaron Ralby

Dr. Aaron Ralby, PhD – Aaron is the principal developer of ELT Tiger. Aaron is the inventor and developer of the Linguisticator program, a training course designed to teach non-linguists a method to learn languages in a thoroughly systematic manner. Originally designed for English speakers to learn other languages, Linguisticator soon became flooded with requests for an English program using the Linguisticator method. Using subtitles to make the course accessible to non-English speakers, ELT Tiger provides a solution for non-English speakers to learn English through the Linguisticator approach.

As a native English speaker, Aaron's passion remains for foreign languages, but he has seen the need for this kind of English training. He considers language training one of the most significant steps to developing peace internationally, and he views ELT Tiger in that light. Aaron holds a BA in English and Modern Languages and Linguistics concentrating in German from University of Maryland, Baltimore County; an MPhil in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic from the University of Cambridge; and a PhD in Medieval Studies from Cornell University, where he focused on medieval Germanic literature and philology.


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