Perfect Your English Pronunciation!

Whether you’re just starting to learn English or nearly a native speaker, Sounds2Go is one of the best ways to improve your English pronunciation . . . for free!

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Sound Better!

Mastering English pronunciation is essential for effective communication. At Sounds2Go, we understand the power of sounding good. Our mission is to help English language learners like you achieve clear and confident North American English pronunciation.

Why is sounding good so important? Because being understood matters. Imagine expressing your ideas, sharing your stories, and engaging in conversations effortlessly. Unlock doors to new opportunities, forge deeper connections, and navigate the English-speaking world with ease.

44 Sounds

Did you know that there are 44 unique sounds in North American English? Mastering each and every one of these 44 sounds is the key to perfect English pronunciation. At Sounds2Go, we teach you to make all 44 sounds so that you speak like a native English speaker. It’s this attention to detail that will have you learning faster and speaking with more confidence.

See How It Works !

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r / r – red

  • Voiced. This sound is made with your vocal cords.
  • When made properly, this sound can be extended. It’s not ‘ruh’; it’s ‘rrrrr’.
  • Your lips must be slightly parted; your lips should also be a little pursed to give them a bit of tension.
  • Your teeth should be very close together but not touching.
  • Your tongue rises in your mouth so that the edges of the middle part of your tongue touch your upper side teeth (see photo).
  • The front part of your tongue should be in the middle of your mouth but not touching anything.
  • Curl the tip of your tongue towards the back of your mouth as you make the sound.
  • When making this sound, many people sound like they are making the /l/ sound. To avoid this, make sure that the tip of your tongue is curled back (see photo).