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Kid’s English Pronunciation Problem?

Does your child have poor English Pronunciation?

If so, we would like to hear from you.

Kids’ English pronunciation problems are not uncommon and many children experience English pronunciation difficulties.  However, the major problem confronting many parents, carers and teachers is not how they can help their child or children to improve English pronunciation ability, but how to afford the services of specialised kids’ Elocution teachers.  Many of our specialised one-to-one kids’ Elocution Lessons in which children practise Elocution exercises and English pronunciation skills have been taken into Free Elocution Lessons Resources and specialised kids’ Elocution eBooks and eCourses.  By transferring our specialised Elocution services into affordable kids’ English Pronunciation books, such as our Speak Properly! for Children series, our specialised Elocution lessons for Children benefit children nationally and internationally as they have been designed for parents, carers and teachers on limited budgets.

So, how can your child with poor English Pronunciation help us . . . and other children?

We are currently working on a new specialised kids’ English pronunciation series for 2018.  But, as it is a closely kept secret, we cannot tell you about how it works until it is officially launched.  But, what we can tell you is that your child’s poor English pronunciation may help lots of other children with the same problem.

So, how can your child help?

We are looking for six children with poor English pronunciation to be part of our pilot for our new series.  Your child will stay in the comfort of his or her own home and will only be required to produce a short audio file of approximately two minutes.  In return, we will give a free Kids’ Personal Needs Analysis and Assessment worth £30 and a free English pronunciation book worth £12.99.


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Free Kids’ Elocution Lessons to Preview

Speak Properly! for Children – An English Pronunciation Course for Beginners – Level 1B has just been released – with free kids’ elocution lessons on preview!

Following the success of Speak Properly! for Children – An English Pronunciation Course for Beginners – Level 1A – we have now designed and developed Level 1B just for kids (and parents, of course!).

Speak Properly! for Children – Level 1B focuses on the development of British English vowel sounds.  The kids’ elocution course for beginners consists of a 26 page illustrated elocution exercises book, 19 sound files, including 15 elocution tune music tracks, and 16 elocution exercise video clip demonstrations.  The complete e-Elocution course for Children uses flipbook technology making elocution exercises for children fun and enjoyable as well as beneficial!  Parents, carers and teachers too, can join in with their children’s daily elocution practice fun!

Speak Properly! for Children – Level 1B mirrors our face-to-face one-to-one kids’ elocution lessons giving parents, carers and teachers on a limited budget the opportunity to teach their children key elocution skills cost-effectively.

Our e-Elocution Course for kids is suitable for English as a Second Language young learners, help in correcting a slight speaking defect, kids learning English pronunciation and children lacking confidence in speaking.  Similar to our ‘Speak Properly! for Children – Level 1A, our Level 1B eCourse continues to build kids’ speaking confidence, nurtures physical presence and promotes a clear and focused voice.


Speak Properly! for Children – An English Pronunciation Course for Beginners – Level 1B is on promo until 7 January 2018!


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Free Kids Elocution Test

Our Free Kids’ Elocution Test has just been released!

If you are thinking about Elocution Lessons for Children, then try our Free Kids’ Elocution Test first.

Find out if your child can hear some of the most important British English vowel sounds – the first step in learning British English Pronunciation.

Our test has been designed in an easy to use way building from one British English vowel sound to three British English vowel sounds.

And, if you feel that your child needs some practice before taking the test, then try our Free Kids’ Elocution Lessons which practise British English vowel sounds.

Click here to start your Free Kids’ Elocution Test


Have fun learning British English pronunciation kids!

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Special Kids’ Elocution Lessons – Comprehension Difficulties

Another Release – Special Kids’ Elocution Lessons  – Comprehension Difficulties Tackled!

Our newly designed Specialised Elocution Lessons for Children with Comprehension Difficulties is based on research findings and targets weaknesses in kids’ understanding.

Our specialised kids’ elocution course helps to strengthen word decoding, text processing, understanding story structure as well as developing elocution skills in communication.

Find out more by visiting our page: Special Elocution Lessons for Children with Comprehension Difficulties

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Elocution Lessons for Kids – LAMDA Reading for Performance

Our Kids’ Elocution Lessons for LAMDA Reading for Performance has now been released!

Our newly revised kids’ elocution lessons through LAMDA Reading for Performance Course has been designed to help your child to develop key skills in reading aloud to an audience. 

Our LAMDA Reading for Performance course for kids’ elocution learning will also teach your child how to plan a recital for performance to an audience. 

This kids’ elocution LAMDA course helps to develop speaking skills, diction, audience communication and self-confidence.

In addition, your child will learn English pronunciation, how to speak with audibility, clarity and fluency. 

LAMDA Reading for Performance will help to develop vocabulary and key skills in speaking English.  

Filled with elocution exercises, and English pronunciation learning tasks, your child will learn how to control his or her rate of speech as well as engage their audience! 

LAMDA Reading for Performance by One-to-One Face-to-Face Live Online Learning is ideal for young learners with manageable 40 minute sessions over a 12 week learning and development programme.

We encourage our elocution kids to enter for their LAMDA Reading for Performance Examination, although it is optional. 

Learn more about our LAMDA Communication – Reading for Performance by One-to-One Face-to-Face Live Online Learning


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Kids Elocution Lessons – LAMDA Public Speaking

Kids’ Elocution Lessons for LAMDA Public Speaking has just been released!

We have just released our new LAMDA Speaking in Public Course designed to help your child develop confidence in speaking and presenting in public.

This course is ideal for children’s elocution and children’s English pronunciation development. 

Your child will learn elocution exercises, English articulation, how to increase vocal volume, how to slow down the rate of speech delivery and much more!

Speaking in Public by One-to-One Face-to-Face Live Online Learning has now been specially re-designed in manageable 40 minute sessions over a 12 week learning and development programme.

Your child will be encouraged to enter for his or her LAMDA Public Speaking Examination to consolidate learning.

Learn more about our LAMDA Communication – Speaking in Public by One-to-One Face-to-Face Live Online Learning


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The Grunt

The adolescent grunt is an amazing utterance.

Interestingly, it appears to be culturally and linguistically universal. Moreover, it is particularly prevalent in young adolescent men learning English. Often, it is accompanied by lack of facial gesture or expression, which makes it even more difficult for the receiver to understand what is trying to said.

For such a significant and universal utterance which occurs at a set age and does not seem to be gender specific, you may wonder why this linguistic landmark does not feature in the stages of language development. Let’s see, we start with crying at birth, cooing at 6 weeks, babbling at six months, intonation patterns at eight months, one-word utterances at one year, two-word utterances at 18 months, word inflections at 24 months, question and negatives at 27 months, rare and complex constructions at five years, mature speech at 10 years, and . . .
the single sounded grunt at 13 years.

Not only does the grunt cause difficulties for the listener, but it can have a negative effect on the communication skills of the speaker.

Learn English students taking English exams, including GCSE English and IGCSE English, are required to demonstrate their ability to speak English clearly and to communicate with confidence. Further, learn English students are asked to perform in front of a group and to discuss a topic.

Many learn English students suffering from the grunt syndrome are referred to us from their anguished parents who can no longer communicate with their sons or daughters. These special learn English students follow our LAMDA training programme in speaking, communication and performance skills. They receive intensive elocution lessons and are taught how to express themselves using clear English pronunciation. Also, they are taught the importance of eye contact and making a positive presence. Many of our learn English students following our LAMDA programme continue into acting or TV presentation training.

So, if you are living with the grunt, then do not despair.

There is light at the end of the tunnel.

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