The mission of Triangle Speech Services is to help individuals whose accented speech is difficult to understand, speak English clearly and confidently using "listener friendly" speech patterns.
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Mastering Meaning: Harnessing the Power of American English
by Judith L. Bergman M.A. CCC SLP.
This resource for advanced ESL speakers features chapters on:
“Playing with Words
“Painting with Words”
“Grappling with Grammar”
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“I really enjoyed your writing style. It’s a great piece of work.” ~Joe Comeau MS CCC-SLP
Training Director, Institute of Language and Phonology
“Mastering Meaning was fun to read through and is a great resource for the advanced English language learner. Being able to understand and produce the cultural side of American English will put you a step ahead of the rest!” ~ Cyndy Fettig M.A., TESOL, ESL Specialist
“This is an eye-opening experience! I never believed before that it would be possible to improve my spoken English, especially in such an efficient way. My co-workers have already started giving me compliments about my improvement.“
““I want to thank you for all you have done for [our employee] and us. His ability to overcome his accent has been remarkable. His confidence and communication performance have improved significantly.”
“I received invaluable help from this course. Now I can say many words which I was never able to pronounce correctly. The instructor has incredibly keen ears and can capture every mistake in the student’s talk. She offers many key techniques to help the student pronounce American English correctly and comfortably.”
“Judith is an expert in what she does and she encourages, motivates and pushes her students to improve their speech. She believes in you more than you believe in yourself! . . . My younger son told me indeed I have improved my pronunciation. “