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Noman RezaPlease have a look at my pronunciation
I cannot see any recording of yours.

So here I am in the editor, replying to the post, but I don't see "Record your voice" anywhere. Too bad, too, because I think I would've done well.

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Noman RezaPlease have a look at my pronunciation
rosawoodsiiSo here I am in the editor, replying to the post, but I don't see "Record your voice" anywhere. Too bad, too, because I think I would've done well.

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Petulant VictorWhat do you think?

Very good, but some comments:

- The stress should be on "use" in "use it", not on "it".

- The stress should be on "much" and "possible" in "as much as possible". Also note that the "a" in "as" is like a schwa.

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There you go Emotion: smile, I'm a 19 yo student REALLY trying to get rid of his accent, so how's my diction ? Is my accent strong or slightly there ? Thanks a lot for your time !


UndertoneIs my accent strong

The problem is that you're speaking too fast. Slow down! Also, visit the following websites to listen to the typical native English pronunciation of individual words such as "complex", "understand" and "world" (not the same pronunciation as "word", which is how it sounds in your recording).

www.onelook.com (this one lists multiple dictionaries)

www.forvo.com

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UndertoneHere we go again ! I Tried to fix all of my mistakes

You are still too fast. Your r sound was wobbly, which could improve if you speak more slowly.

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