Perfect Your British English Accent! Learn to speak standard, neutral RP British English - also known as NSE (Neutral Standard English) and taught at UK drama schools. This course is for you if you are:
- Self conscious about the way you speak
- Frustrated that your accent is not perfect
- Criticized for your presentation skills
- An actor seeking an RP / NSE British English accent
This English pronunciation course gives you everything you need to learn - and maintain - excellent speech.
For the EE sound we keep the tip of the tongue where it was for AH, behind your bottom front teeth. Our jaw is less open than it was for AH, our lips are once again relaxed and we arch our tongue upwards and this gives us EE as in EAT.
For the AW sound, the lips are still pushed forward but not so far forward as they were for OO. Your lips should be slightly rounded and the lip muscles should be engaged. The back of the tongue still comes up but it is much lower than it was for OO.