Date & time: Saturday, 18th December 2020, 15:00~16:30

Location: Maida Vale Library (The workshop will be held in a privately reserved room.)

Participation fee: £15 per person

British English pronunciation, accent reduction & elocution for students and professionals. This workshop is for anyone who would like to learn to speak with a clear British English accent. Whether you are a student giving presentations or a business professional involved in high stakes negotiations, communicating clearly and effectively is essential whatever the situation. Just making a few minimal changes to the way you pronounce certain words can make a big difference in the impression you leave with others. Join us for the next pronunciation workshop on January 18th (Sat) 2020 in Maida Vale, London.

Details on the Eventbrite website. Seating is extremely limited. Purchase in advance is highly recommended.


場所: Maida Vale Library (図書館内にある、プライベートな教室で行います)

日付: 2020年01月18日(土曜)、15時~16時半

料金: 事前予約の場合は、社会人£15, 学生/working holiday £10

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Hello there. My interest in English pronunciation began over 10 years ago while working at an English pronunciation school in Tokyo. I gained a valuable insight into the struggles that non-native speakers experience in developing natural fluency. I also made an appearance in the Japanese publication, 日本人のための英語発音完全教本 (ISBN-10: 4872177606 / ISBN-13: 978-4872177602).

Helping students was challenging but at the same time it made me think about developing effective methods to help non-native English speakers acquire more natural pronunciation.

I have always been interested in languages and the thought process involved in language acquisition. It's not just about studying but also developing the correct mindset. You really have to consider the whole thought process. How do native speakers of a certain language think? How do they process information? How do they develop the ability to read, write and speak?

I majored in mathematics at university and perhaps it is for this reason that I like to apply a logical thought process and reasoning to language acquisition. My second language is French and my third language is Japanese. Analyzing the patterns of behaviour of native speakers has helped me acquire the skills necessary to work as a Japanese-English translator in a range of specialist fields.

My method follows a logical process and utilizes techniques that are influenced by my own experiences both teaching and studying. 

This course aims to give students the correct tools and guidance to think and function like a native English speaker.

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