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 Professionalism is reflected by the way you communicate. Not only in the way you use grammar rules, but also in the way you sound.  When you have a particularly strong regional or national accent or feel that you would like to speak more clearly and more confidently, you should take some personalised elocution lessons. They help to develop and practise techniques for using voice more effectively to give the confidence you need to speak in public what enables projecting a professional image of you and an organisation you represent.

-Some of British schools, mainly public schools, focus on elocution what is practising speech. The younger you, the better. Teachers want you to speak you in a correct manner. It is like error corrections when you say something phonetically incorrect they will correct you. Obviously, some public schols when you pay money to attend they focus, especially on dialect and accent, because they wanna have children to correct their pronunciation and speak in a very good manner. Your dialect, which is associated with class, makes impact on people. When you do not speak in a proper manner thre may be an assumption that yoou are from a lower class background. Generally, local schools might focus on that. They wanna you to integrate with the environment so they wanna do it naturally, not put a great pressure to do it-explained one of Englishmen I have met lately.

Upon completion of an English course you speak more clearly and more confidently. If you also practice regularly elocution that provide the skills, awareness and techniques to speak more purposefully and more clearly. -The most effective way of learning English is just talking, discusions, and error correction. Making it entertaining. People need to be entertined, not bored. People should have the confidence to talk. It is the best thing. This is the best motivation when you work outside the class- he added.

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