Fresh Modern British English
Fresh Modern British English

Brand New Online Course

‘A Really British Guide to English Pronunciation’

I’m so excited to introduce my first ever online language course. It’s for anyone who wants to improve their English pronunciation and start communicating with more confidence and clarity.

What you’ll learn on the course

  • all the sounds of British English
  • how to use the IPA chart
  • the 11 key sounds of received pronunciation
  • how to use connected speech to sound more fluent
  • the varieties of British English accents
  • how to use stress & intonation correctly
  • the differences between UK vs USA English pronunciation

There is also a community that runs for 6 weeks alongside the course with daily posts and live Q&As.


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About Tom

I started Eat Sleep Dream English in 2016 with the aim of taking my passion for teaching to a global audience. I wanted students around the world to learn fresh modern British English, the language that’s actually used in the streets, offices, and homes of the UK. I’ve been a teacher for 13 years, working in Spain, Argentina, Hong Kong, and my home city of London. Through YouTube, my classroom has now grown to millions of students around the world.

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