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Hello Everyone, Please find attached the audio files on American Accent. My small contribution to this great forum. Hope this will be helpful in your training. Thanks & Regards, Naresh Menghani
20th March 2010 From India, Pune

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File Type: zip CD1.zip (5.27 MB, 3634 views)
File Type: zip CD2.zip (5.11 MB, 2106 views)
File Type: zip CD3.zip (5.38 MB, 1963 views)
File Type: zip CD4.zip (4.47 MB, 1914 views)

Naresh-Sai,
Thanks!!! I have too got from various sites. The audios are for learning no intention to copy or pirate ;)
Rename the file as Pronunciation.rar and extract using winrar utility. the file name contains how to pronunce word too. So, do not think they are junk characters. :)
nJoy!
Jag
P.S. rename the file from .zip to .rar (.rar was not compatible attachment) :D
22nd March 2010 From India, Pune

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Pronunciation attachement cannot open , pls re attach the document again which will be more helpfull to others to learn
22nd March 2010 From India, Madras
Dear, I am from Pakistan, I hope you all are well. Can any one help me in call centre trainings, any material , videos, audios, anything that you can do for me. Best regards, Riffat Naeem
22nd March 2010 From India, Hyderabad
friends thanks a lot for ur such dedication towards this site.
keep it up and share ur knowledge and ideas so that our HR person should be strong
and also thanks to site HR team
my best wishes to all of you
thanks and regards
Rakesh
22nd March 2010 From India, Raigarh
Dear Friends ,
American assent cd-3&4 is not opening i think it si corrupted file so kindly load a fresh file and also the pronunciation cd is not opening so, plz upload it again and seend me a fresh file i shall be highly obliged to you
Thanks and Regards
Rakesh Kumar
23rd March 2010 From India, Raigarh
Hi Naresh, Being a voice and accent trainer, this was really helpful to give it to the students. Good job. Are you from chennai? Premila
24th December 2010 From India, Madras
The accent characteristic of most of the Midwest is considered by many to be "standard" American English. This accent is preferred by many national radio and television broadcasters. This may have started because many prominent broadcast personalities – such as Walter Cronkite, Johnny Carson, David Letterman, Tom Brokaw, John Madden, Rush Limbaugh and Casey Kasem – came from this region and so created this perception. A November 1998 National Geographic article attributed the high number of telemarketing firms in Omaha to the "neutral accents" of the area's inhabitants.
2nd March 2011 From India, Madras
#Anonymous
Thank you so much, truly and sincerely.
27th December 2017 From United States, Flushing
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