Is this accent reduction program a good match for me?
ChatterFox’s American accent training is a great program for anyone who is serious about communicating more effectively in English. It is designed for non-native English speakers who want to improve their spoken English in order to communicate with native English speakers and international businesses.
Isn’t it a bit expensive?
Honestly, NO! For what you’re getting, the American accent training program is a great deal. ChatterFox includes a human accent coach based in the USA who gives you feedback, corrects your mispronunciation or hard-to-understand accent, and even helps you to fix some of your vocabulary and grammar issues. The only alternative might be a private accent tutor, which would cost you thousands of dollars and not even get you results as fast as ChatterFox. The money you will spend to improve your spoken English is not comparable with things you are getting from ChatterFox. When you speak fluent English, you can get a better job, higher income in international companies, and work with American businesses as a freelancer from your home while earning thousands of dollars.
Can I really try it for FREE?
Yes! You need a payment method to subscribe to the free trial, but if you don’t love it, you can easily cancel from your own account with a click of a button or send us and email to cancel your subscription. You will not be charged if you cancel during your free trial!
Why are human accent coaching and feedback necessary in a fluency program?
Research shows that you can’t correct many of your mistakes if there is no one to tell you what you’re doing wrong and how to fix it. This is true even if you are using the best lessons and apps on your own. That’s why many people don’t speak clearly even after years of living in an English-speaking country. You also need someone to motivate you and give you a study plan.
Having world-class coaches combined with bite-sized lessons and a high-tech app is the fastest way to speak English like a native.
What’s your coaching (APM) method in American accent training?
Thanks to our new technology called Advanced Progress Monitoring (APM), you will learn faster and more efficiently than traditional tutoring. Using this method you will constantly record your voice in the app while you learn and do practice activities. Then, your accent coach will receive all of your recordings and she or he will listen to all of them to monitor your progress. Then, she/he will send you personalized feedback on how to correct your mistakes. Also, you will get a study plan that tells you what to study next based on your highest priority sounds.
What can I expect during the training sessions?
You will have access to a lot of modules and your coaches will tell you where to start and what modules to study at every stage of the program.
In each module, you will have access to bite-sized video lessons and interactive practice activities. They will teach you exactly how to use your mouth and body to make the target sound and use it in different sentences to sound exactly like a native speaker. You will also learn the best words, phrases, and idioms to use in a variety of different situations. Most importantly, the app asks you to record yourself constantly and send the recordings to your coach so you can get constant feedback. (See more information in the question about the APM method).
No! We will ask for your native language so that your coach can tailor their feedback to best support you by focusing on common errors by native speakers of your language.
How long before there is improvement in my fluency, and how much time should I spend?
It depends on your speaking level and the amount of time you spend practicing. But, most of our learners who spend 10-15 minutes a day will notice the difference in their speaking within two weeks and sound very fluent after just a few months.
Does it matter what my native language is?
No! We will ask your Native language, and your coach will give you feedback that is tailored to your needs by focusing on the common mistakes of the native speakers of your language.