All evaluation courses:

  • Find your errors.
  • Give you a report to help you improve speaking.
  • Having fast practice modules to fix errors.
  • 2nd evaluations check to see if you fixed problems
  • 2nd evaluations give additional advice.


We want you to choose the best for you!

If you still have questions, feel free to contact us.

First you must decide if improving pronunciation is important.  You can do it easily with this method. You can do it in your spare time with 2 minute lessons for each sound.   You must practice.

Question 1:  What is the difference between 1 or 2 evaluations and why do you recommend 2?

The first evaluation is to find your problems and give you speaking advice in a personalized report.

The 2nd evaluation is to see f you corrected the errors and give you additional feedback.

Question 2:  What is the difference between Vowels and Consonants?

Consonants =  If you get those right you sound clear and can be understood.

Vowels = Clarity that leads to native sounding speech.

We suggest doing consonants first.

Question 2:  What is the combination Vowels and Consonants?

This is actually 2 evaluations and 2 practice courses.  Speakers dedicated to great speaking or are required by work or school (teachers) do this.   It is really a great way to improve so much, so fast … that people around you will notice and be envious.

Most Popular is 2 Evaluations and Consonants.
Great for most speakers.

People's favorites to practice are the Vowel Modules.
I love them too!  

Most effective has to be 2 evaluations, consonants, vowels and resources.
You get more evaluations for more sounds and more lessons. 


Question 2:  What is the Personal Pronunciation Evaluation?

Some people only want to know their errors.  Many of them get a course later.


These individual tests are used by companies, language centers, and schools to test their students.  We usually negotiate a special rate per test for them.

Inquire about this!   After that their teachers use our modules to teach in class.

It is also used to qualify applicants for jobs and competitions.