ESL: Listening and Pronunciation Practice Intermediate

Pronunciation is the way people from a particular cultural group speak their native language. This class is for intermediate level English students (CEFR Levels B1) who wish to improve their pronunciation. In this class, we will use a textbook as well as original materials such as television and movie scripts to help us speak like native speakers do in everyday English. Instructor: Andrea Aptecker, Emily Brown



Start Date

September 18, 2019









9 weeks, Mondays & Wednesdays, 11am-12:30pm. Begins Sep. 18 No class on Oct. 14 & Nov. 11

This course requires the additional purchase of a textbook: Clear Speech, 4th edition. Please wait until attending the first class with the purchase.

Instructors: Andrea Aptecker


Andrea Aptecker

Andrea Aptecker has been teaching English to international students and visitors in Cambridge, MA for over 10 years, and loves the vibrant mix of cultures and ideas people from all over the world bring to her classes. Andrea is also a playwright, and serves on the board of the Playwrights’ Platform. Her recent plays include The Revenge Bureau: 2018 Fem Noire Festival/Image Theater, a “Mrs. Minsees/Nemesis” monologue: New World Theatre’s 2018 Solitary Voice production and anthology publication, Unrequited: The North Shore Readers Theater, You’re Killing Me Already!: The Playwrights’ Platform 45th Festival of New Plays and anthology 2017, KKK Cookies: Cambridge Center for Adult Education Evening of New Plays 2017, and Goodnight Spouse: CCAE Second Annual Festival of New Plays 2018. Recent acting roles include Lady Nijo/Top Girls, Dame Northumberland/Henry the 4th, Calonice/Lysistrata, and Suzanne/Countess/Admirer/Picasso at the Lapin Agile.