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There is a difference between breathing for life and breathing for speech. Breathing properly is an important skill for producing a stronger voice with better projection. Without proper breathing, it may be difficult to fully achieve your speech and voice goals. Some voicing issues that...

Curing Verbal Viruses in Your Speech Damaging verbal filler words are sounds used in speech such as “um, like, ya know, stuff, uh-huh,” or noises that come from lip smacking, tongue clicking or throat clearing that is not necessary for your message.  When these type of...

American speech has two /th/ consonant sounds.  One is voiceless and the other is voiced. Accented speakers usually substitute the /t/ or /d/ for this sound because it is the most familiar and the closest approximation to their existing sound.  This sound can feel awkward...

Intonation, known as the rhythm and melody is the most important skill to master to speak with less accent and improve English pronunciation. Without using American intonation your speech may sound fast, choppy or monotone. This article will teach you how ...

Your Action Plan for Combating Fear of Public Speaking 1.  Apologize for being nervous. It is not necessary to apologize for being nervous.  It could actually discount your credibility and leadership status with your group.  Many speakers believe that their nervous behavior is highly visible. This is...

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