People say Chinese learners of English are more likely to speak English with a Chinese accent. I would like to find out what these specific syllables are, and what I should pay attention to when speaking?
Many Chinese learners add or drop sounds when they are reading or speaking English, and they often can't hear the difference.
They might add an extra sound when they are reading some words, such as 'crisps', for example. What sort of sound would they add? Wang Fei and Alice will help you find out.
Also, 'I get up at eight' is a very simple sentence but Wang Fei and Alice read them differently. What kind of difference makes a Chinese learner's spoken English sound different from a native English speaker's?
In this programme, Alice Castle and Wang Fei interview several experienced English teachers and tutors to help Chinese learners of English improve their English pronunciation and intonation.
很多中国学习者能够读好英语中的每个单音， 但是他们的英语口语还是不自然， 甚至口音很重。 这是为什么呢？ 在今天的节目中， 我们将分析中国人英语口语中的几个普遍问题， 像吞音、添音、连读、和节奏等问题， 千万不要错过。
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