Gerard O'Neil Páginas I am a New Zealander but have been working and living in Brazil for the past 20 years, (my wife is a Brazilian). As well as teaching English, I work with business consulting and translations. My wife and I also help manage my parents-in-laws small farm.
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*Todo o áudio dessa dica está aqui: * Hi, everyone! Você já ouviu alguém (ou você mesmo) pronunciar essas palavras assim?  problEm, famIly, Above Essa é uma característica comum da pronúncia de brasileiros que começaram a aprender há pouco tempo ou que ainda não tiveram muita exposição à língua falada, ou não tiveram tempo de reparar na pronúncia correta. Do que eu estou falando? Dicas de Pronúncia | Inglês online
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It all started over a decade ago when a group of American and British ESL teachers at the Marzio School in the south of France noticed that the traditional materials they were using from the Big Publishers to teach their students simply weren't doing the job they were designed for. Classroom English is all too often "perfect" with slow short phrases spoken on the audio and video materials used with students. This is fine until the learners actually meet genuine Americans, British people, and other Anglo-Saxons, to discover that nobody, in the real world, speaks "classroom English".