Is your Australian accent holding you back?
Is your Australian accent standing in the way of your career goals?
Is your Australian accent stopping you from getting to where you really want to be?
Would you like to change your Australian Aussie accent?
You can hear the echoes of the Australian Aussie accent all over the country of Australia!
From the eastern cities of stunning Sydney and bristling Brisbane right up to the northeast Australian wilderness, Australian English is spoken; the sound waves spread across the Australian outback, up to the northern lights of Darwin, and over to the western city of Perth to the beautiful pink lakes, throughout the country, the Australian accent (also known as the Aussie accent) is everywhere!
Just like the highs and lows of the mesmerising scenery, the Australian Aussie accent has an organic beauty!
From the euphoric highs of a mountain peak, to the abysmal lows of a deep sea diver, the sounds flow and flow like the rush of a windsurfer.
It symbolises Australia!
It’s the verbal signature of the people!
It’s the sound of the land!
But, having said that, it’s important not to forget, there are some very strong Australian accents. A strong Australian Aussie accent can interfere with the line of communication when speaking English. Reducing and softening a strong Australian accent, can help you to improve your speaking skills.
Remember, Speaking is a Skill.
And remember, your Voice is 50 percent of who you are!
Would you like to change your Australian accent?
Australian English Phonology, Wikipedia:
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Australian English, A Dictionary of Australian Words and Terms, Wikipedia:
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Variation in Australian English, Wikipedia:
The English Accent Tutor: YouTube Channel:
The English Accent Tutor was featured in an exclusive French Parisian magazine “Society” in 2021, discussing ‘Accent Reduction’ ‘Accent Softening’ ‘Elocution Lessons’ and ‘Received Pronunciation’ in the ‘British English Accent’.
The English Accent Tutor:
“The Easy Way to a British English Accent!”