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#qskills – What can I do to improve my students’ pronunciation and fluency?

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Today’s question for the Q: Skills for Success authors: What can I do to improve my students’ pronunciation and fluency?

Tamara Jones responds.

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8 thoughts on “#qskills – What can I do to improve my students’ pronunciation and fluency?

  1. Very good information, thanks! I just started teaching English to students in a University from Mexico. Their engineering is industrial maintenance. They want more technical English, vocabulary and things they will really need. My question is Do you have a special recommendation, tip, website or any other advice to give when starting with this type of courses? Or a reading, perhaps?

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