LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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I would go with phonetics first. I believe it’s not only about repetition but also how the sound itself is produced. The R sound, the S sound the nightmare TH sound
Tongue twisters…can’t go wrong with those…also the ED ending for verbs. I had a lot problem with them. I used to say things like “USED” instead of “UST” or
Another tip would be a Rhyme dictionary (oxford has a great one).
Least but no least, I would read or learn about intonation. The up and down of phrases. People has to pay attention how the natives pronounce words. Like really listening.
What else could be helpful…mirror, pronounce the words in front of the mirror to see your lips.
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