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American English Pronunciation for Beginners

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Description Are you struggling with your English pronunciation? Do you have a strong accent when speaking English? Do native speakers always ask you to repeat yourself? Do you want to begin speaking with an American accent confidently? Do you what tips and help with speaking with an American accent? I welcome you to this - “ American English Pronunciation Training -  course where I will patiently guide you through the basic techniques you need to pronounce English sounds correctly. This course will guide you through the basics of correct American pronunciation and help you learn how to make the sounds of standard American English with confidence. STUDENTS WHO LOVED THIS COURSE Xiaolin Yu  says “The content is exquisite, the focus is prominent, the picture is meticulous, and the information is rich. The teacher was very kind, and I would soon look for the teacher's other courses, keep in touch with the teacher, and recommend it to my friend.” Fabiola Suarez  says “This c

The complete UI/UX design course for absolute beginners 2021

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Requirements Student must have a laptop, that's all Description This course, covers all the basics to advanced concepts of UI/UX design and implementation. This UI/UX design masterclass uses figma to design many real world practical examples and use cases for UI/UX. You will design many beautiful UI/UX interfaces like: Netflix Whatsapp Admin dashboard User dashboard Education app Login screens And so on. What is User Interface Design? User interface (UI) design is the process designers use to build interfaces in software or computerized devices, focusing on looks or style. Designers aim to create interfaces which users find easy to use and pleasurable. UI design refers to graphical user interfaces and other forms—e.g., voice-controlled interfaces. Designing User Interfaces for Users User interfaces are the access points where users interact with designs. They come in three formats: Graphical user interfaces (GUIs)—Users interact with visual representations on digital co