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Mend Your Speech

Mend Your Speech

Anyone learning American English for the first time will certainly find Mend Your Speech a useful educational tool for understanding the language’s hard to pronounce words. Native speakers may also find it interesting to notice the subtle ways language has changed in the decades since its 1961 recording.

Track Listing

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Introduction Harry Fleetwood 3:52
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Frequently Mispronounced One-Syllable Words Harry Fleetwood 1:11
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Words with Silent Letters Harry Fleetwood 1:29
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Stresses Harry Fleetwood 2:06
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Long Vowels Harry Fleetwood 1:24
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Foreign Words in English Usage Harry Fleetwood 1:51
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Slight Pronounciation Differences in Diverse Words Harry Fleetwood 4:24
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Correct Pronounciation of Frequently Mispronounced Words Harry Fleetwood 5:41
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Rip Van Winkle (abridged version) by Washington Irving read by Harry Fleetwood, a read-along story Harry Fleetwood 21:56
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