Learn English: How to Speak English Well | English Speaking Lesson | Rachel’s English

Are you learning English? Is your focus on how to speak English more like a native speaker? Are you looking for English speaking lessons that are fun, effective and out-of-the-ordinary? Is your goal to speak English well? I hope so! If so, I’m going to be able to help you with this lesson. When students learn English they sometimes become fluent without being able to truly speak fluently. It’s a common occurrence that may be affecting your learning, too. If so, you’ll learn how to speak English well by using this video. When you study with this English speaking lesson you’ll get tons of practice with true spoken English. I’ll show you how native speakers use reductions to make their English sound smooth and natural. As you learn English it’s critical that you get this kind of practice. Without it, your English accent may sound choppy or too formal. You’ll be able to use this English speaking lesson to refine your accent and gain confidence. AND, you’ll love this lesson because it’s fun! When you learn how to use English movies to bolster your English learning you’ll have endless practice!

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Improve your American Accent / spoken English at Rachel’s English with video-based lessons and exercises. Rachel uses real life English conversation as the basis for teaching how to speak English and how to sound American — improve listening comprehension skills. Study English vocabulary and English phrases such as phrasal verbs, as well as common expressions in English. Learn American idioms and American slang.

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40 thoughts on “Learn English: How to Speak English Well | English Speaking Lesson | Rachel’s English

  1. i recognized you a few weeks ago but i wish i knew earlier
    I will also watch all your videos
    I like your videos🙂😊

  2. Teacher, I have some issue in listening the conversation in the movie Brokeback Mountain directed by Lee Ang. Could you do me a favor?

  3. I'm a native English speaker and I still find your videos so interesting! It's amazing to dissect a language that you hardly think twice about speaking on a daily basis! Thanks a bundle!!

    P.S. I know this is totally not the point, but you remind me of the singer Bea Miller!!

  4. Wow, what a complicated was to learn American English pronunciation! Why not just teach people good diction??? This is crazy cluttered and overwhelming!!

  5. I dont understand how southerners accent are looked as slow. They are much faster speakers because they blend the letters. I'm trying to lose a little of my thick southern accent. Stressing each syllable and letter would be the drawl wouldn't it?

  6. Hi Rachel. I am Russian speaking person living in Ukraine. Your lessons for me seem a bit ridiculous., for if I'm not a native speaking person of English or American English language, that's just natural, that you have a foreign accent. Why must someone loose it? For what purpouse? To seem more native? Any American or English citizen will detect your foreigness in a moment. Why bother? If they anderstand you, and you anderstand them – that's fine. You mustn't pretend to be anyone else, like an English born fellow or maiden, for that matter. Some day, whatever you do, this pretence will show.

  7. You are my favorite!

    And that whistle is all a heavenly symphony!

    Thanks for the magic!

    Only you have opened my mind, so I could keep some information there for a while, although I don't know how long yet!

  8. Hello Rachel, I have a question. Is the idiom " easy peasy lemon squeezy" common nowadays, and who can I use it with?

  9. i like you from palestine…. can you add arabic translation in your videos especially in linking's video in your channel … because i don't understand every word in video and I need to learn from your video so much because the Arabic contact in english teaching is very week and it doesn't explain videos are related to teach link between words in American english

  10. thanks rachel watching your videos for years and you just made an amazing opportunity for us to understand natives 🙂 huge loves from Turkey <3

  11. i am new youtuber from morocco i try to improve my english for my channel
    help me and encourage my channel content

  12. Very useful and understanble lesson I've ever seen, thanks a lot for your efforts!) 👍🏻 👍🏻 keep going!)

  13. Hi Rachel, u asked in a previous video or maybe a long time ago video if in other countries it was a tradition when a football game takes place, americans get together and do all those things like drinking beer, put tends on the yard, etc…all that celebration… I think that is completely american, but here in Mexico there are NFL fans since very decades ago. American football is popular in Mexico since late 60ties, but here in Mexico some people just get together in their homes before the football game broadcast, they invite their close friends or relatives, serve some doritos or snacks on the table, some people who have a garden maybe make a
    roast beef in the garden, they watched the game and have a meal later, a complete launch with mexican food and it is very common that they take this game as an opportunity to celebrate some else birthday, so the game sometimes becomes just a pretext to make a family reunion, it's no the game itself, some guys don't even like sports, the same happens with soccer, superbowl, NBA, etc… I'm not into it, but this is what it happens

  14. Master piece video for english learner who want to improve English. https://youtu.be/ZayjKdnc5WMThe

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