Get Started. It's Free
or sign up with your email address

1. Biological factors

1.1. Poor mouth´s musculature

1.2. Life style

1.3. Adults and children learners have different accent

1.3.1. Result due brain maturity

2. Socio-cultural factors

2.1. Enviroment will determine accent

2.2. Different accents are determined by culture or group of persons

2.3. Second language learners don´t lose their native accent to mark their identity

3. Personality factors

3.1. Confident, outgoing,willing to take risks

3.1.1. More opportunity to practice with native speakers

3.2. Inhibited, shy, introvert, overthinking

3.2.1. Less opportunity to practice with native speakers

4. Role of native language

4.1. Each accent have their own pattern and errors

4.2. If th student has a constant practice can learn the accent in three years

4.3. Pronunciation depends on the muscles of the mouth

4.4. Adult learners have pronunciation problems, intonations, combining sounds and the hability to produce new sounds

5. Realistic goals

5.1. Avoid students to have native pronunciation

5.2. Focus on pronunciation errors

5.3. Correct sounds in isolation practice but unhable to speak in public or groups