Accent Modification: Pronunciation programs, tips and general info for international speakers of English.
Accurate English: Accent Reduction. Specializing in helping non-native speakers of English communicate with confidence, clarity and accuracy.
Alphabet: Anthony Hughes' pronunciation of the English alphabet, complete with sound.
American Accent Training: Learn how to speak with a standard American accent. Diagnostic speech analysis and telephone classes available.
American Accent Training: Learn how to speak with a standard American accent.
American Relaxed Pronunciation: this site may help you to understand "real" English in movies or television.
American Spoken English: Accent reduction advice with many online resources.
An online language laboratory: An online language laboratory with phonologically complete pronunciation guides to many varieties of English.
Better Accent Tutor: See, Hear, Compare and Evaluate intonation, stress and rhythm of your speech. Instant audio-visual feedback of intonation, stress and rhythm patterns and syllabic structure of student's speech.
Bibliography of Pronunciation Texts: Good collection of pronunciation text books.
Daniel Currie Hall: This interactive page allows you to manipulate the setting of the lips, tongue, velum and vocal cords on a diagram, and displays the IPA symbol for the sound corresponding to each configuration you construct.
Dialect Accent Specialists: Information on the well-known accent reduction program developed by Dr. David Alan Stern.
Did the Cat Get Your Tongue? Entertaining article on how to improve spoken English.
English is Tough Stuff: A poem that demonstrates the complexities of English pronunciation.
English pronunciation and the phonetic alphabet: The most important problems of English pronunciation and how to solve them.
English Pronunciation: Realaudio sound clips.
English Pronunciation: Excellent online pronunciation help from Okanagan University College.
English, Portuguese, and Spanish Vowel Phonemes: Contrasted phonology of English & Portuguese vowels.
ESL - English as a Second Language: A Video/TV program for all ages and all nations. A self-teaching tool for pronunciation.
Fonetics.org: Sound clips of selected sounds in a variety of English dialects, as well as other languages.
George Mason University: This site examines the accented speech of speakers from many different language backgrounds reading the same sample paragraph.
Good English pronunciation: Why pronunciation should be one of the first things that you learn in English.
Homophones: Words that sound the same but have different spellings and/or meanings.
International Phonetic Alphabet: Complete IPA pronunciation chart.
International Phonetic Association: Includes complete chart of all IPA symbols for all language sounds.
Linda Grant: Provides links to authentic speech samples, including a site with recordings of historic speeches.
Linking in English Pronunciation: The rules for linking words when we say a phrase or sentence in English.
Mouth Workout: Tongue twister exercises to improve problem consonants.
Okanogan University College: Includes QuickTime movies of dental fricatives.
Phonetic Symbols and Exercises for Learners of American English: Sounds of American English, Phonetic Transcription Exercises, Stress Patterns, and Pronunciation Exercises.
Phonics Calculator: Click on the phonetic symbols to hear the vowel sounds. Shockwave needed
Pronouncing "the": How do we pronounce the word "the"?
Pronunciation Advice Sheets: Tips on the pronunciation of English.
Pronunciation Help Forum: Discussion and help on English pronunciation.
Pronunciation Power: The ultimate pronunciation CD, teaches the 52 sounds in English necessary for clear speech.
Sentence Stress: Sentence stress is the music of spoken English.
Sharon Widmayer: Provides pronunciation instructions for each of the segments, plus additional links.
Sound Pronunciation Chart: Excellent chart from Language Net.
Sounds of English: Pronunciation help for learners of American English.
Speak Easy: Offering specially designed programs for both individuals and companies in accent modification and business communication.
Tapetime.com: Audio tapes and CD's related to Voice production, pronunciation, accent reduction, and public speaking.
Ten Tips for Reducing Your Accent: Practical advise to help you sound more like a native speaker.
Tower of English Pronunciation Page: Lots of great web sites where you can practice your pronunciation.
Type IPA phonetic symbols online: Online text editor for typing IPA-based phonetic transcriptions
Vowels of American and British English: Compares American and British vowels and diphthongs.
Webfolio: Teaching Pronunciation: Fantastic resource from Allen Quesada.
Word Stress: Teaches you why word stress is the key to understanding rapid spoken English.