Neutral English is a form of English that his little to no accent. And when people speak in Neutral English, it makes it easier for people to understand. There are times this Neutral Form of English can also help people become a translator. For example, the thickness of a Scottish accent can make it difficult for Americans and some British people to understand.
Even more so, if Singlish would be spoken. Singlish is a combination of the thick Singaporean accent with the English accent which most Singaporeans speak. However, people who are not familiar with Singaporean-English often find themselves at a loss on what they’re actually saying.
This is why we promote Neutral English. Here are 5 reasons why Neutral English will be a better idea:
- It’s easier to understand. – Having a neutral accent means you’re able to decipher sounds and meanings better without having to confuse certain words.
- Easier to adapt. – Adapting to the different accents can be complicated if you have a single accent. However, if you have a neutral English, it’ll be easier for you to adapt to their English.
- Neutral English is easier to learn. – Because of the neutral accent, the Neutral English doesn’t force certain pronunciations. Instead, it takes the current pronunciation it has and makes it work for you until you can take on different accents.
- Easier for you to understand people – Other people who have strong accents will struggle at times with conversations due to their accents. But for you with a neutral English, it’ll be easier for you to understand especially if you’re on the receiving end.
- Neutral English is a universal English – English’s universality is based on the lack of the accent or what we call the neutral accent. Testing your English anywhere with your neutral accent will make it easier for any English-speaking local to understand you.
Have we convinced you? If so, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin your enrollment.