Tag: non-native English speakers

Learning how to be successful in the legal field is challenging, but even more so for non-native English speakers. When studying to be a paralegal, lawyer or court transcriptionist, taking English pronunciation courses should be just as much of a priority as any other legal or university class you’re taking. Beyond teaching English pronunciation, learning […]

A recent article in the Business Insider explains that the very disparate accents and English dialects across the United States could have an impact in non-native ESL students and how they learn to pronounce American English. Obviously, the best course of action is to learn non-regional diction when learning English as a second language, but […]

One more reason why perfecting English pronunciation is so important to career advancement has come to light. According to a recent Washington Post article, “Discrimination against immigrants is much higher than previously thought: A person with an immigrant-sounding name has to send at least twice as many applications to get a job interview than one […]