Hey guys. It is Aiko with Schwagirl. I am an American English pronunciation coach. I teach Japanese people in the US who are working in an English environment or wanting to work in an English environment to be able to communicate better in English.
Welcome to my first episode of “The Voice of English” podcast. The purpose of this podcast is to have guests from English teaching industry and share tips and points for English learners and English teachers. Let’s learn from each other.
I am talking a little bit about myself in this episode. I am a musician and Toastmaster. I am shy and very introverted. You will know my vision for this podcast and for my life mission.
I hope you enjoy!
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Let’s motivate each other and have fun when we speak English!
Artist: Nicolai Heidlas
Title: Hawaiian Winter
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American English pronunciation coach. Studied linguistics at UCLA. Specializing in phonetics, phonology, intonation, and second language acquisition.
She likes music and Toastmasters. Recently she enjoys playing ukulele and hand bells.