Feb 07, 2017

American pronunciation for key software engineering terms

Engineer pronunciation vs engineering pronunciation

There’s a subtle difference in pronunciation of these two words, that might not be immediately evident even for English speakers.

Engineer pronunciation: en·juh·neer

Here’s an example:


Engineering pronunciation: en·juh·nee·ruhng

Here’s an example:

Pronunciation for the Engineer

Pronunciation is important non-native software engineers, and a common goal we hear at Lingo Live. Whether delivering a stand-up meeting, video conferencing with a remote employee or chatting over the phone, it’s important to make sure you’re pronouncing common software engineering terms correctly.

Susan Ryan, a Lingo Live coach and pronunciation expert, is here to bring you a 30-minute workshop on American pronunciation based on common software engineering vernacular. In this workshop, Susan helps you master strategies to speak with a pace that sounds clear to the native ear. In addition, this also helps you from constantly having to repeat yourself in the workplace.

About Susan

Susan Ryan is an American accent specialist and communication coach at ConfidentVoice.com. Additionally, she is the author of the American Accent Fundamentals iBook and creator of many popular online courses for international professionals including the American Accent for IT Professionals course on Udemy. Since 2007, Susan has helped hundreds of highly skilled foreign professionals speak American English clearly and confidently. She holds a Master’s Degree in teaching English as a Second Language to Adults. Susan looks forward to teaching and partnering with you to achieve your communication goals.

– Susan Ryan, American Accent Specialist and Lingo Live Coach

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