I think one of the best ways is to listen to someone pronounce, record yourself, and then play back and listen hard to how you say it vs how they say it. Fluentu imight be useful.Ares wrote: ↑September 15th, 2020, 12:23 amHi! discouragement not at all! thank you very very much. I just want to improve (at the same time i enjoy reading of course). Thanks so much for pointing me at some directions. To be honest it's the not the first time i have received feedback about the vowels, i don't know how i'm going to improve them i'll try looking for resources on the internet about it, at the same time i carry on reading. Yeah! i'm a Spain's spanish but i really want to improve my english reading. Thanks for the help! if you'r really up to give me some help with some words, keep in touch. Maybe we could have a skype call at some point. Nice to meet you. Thanks for the help. See youJmbau13 wrote: ↑September 14th, 2020, 8:56 pmI do hope this does not sound discouraging, as you are reading many things very well, and I know how hard pronunciation can be in a foreign language (I'm struggling with German at the moment!). But if you could improve some of these vowel sounds, your readings would be definitely improved.
I found it a bit expensive, but the sounds and pronounciation parts were super useful. This article has a lot of helpful tips too. https://www.fluentu.com/blog/english/category/fluentu/