English is spoken and written worldwide by more people than any other language. For native English speakers, pronunciation comes easily, however, for those learning the language, English can prove extremely difficult. English is not a phonetic language, meaning that a word is not always said the way it is spelled. For this reason, it is important to hear, see and repeat English words in order to fully grasp their pronunciations.
Obtain an English tutor who can work one-on-one with you. Tutors can converse naturally with you while correcting any mispronunciations or misunderstandings. Listen to and watch a native English speaker talk to help you learn proper pronounciation.
Learn the sounds of English letters and words using a phonetic alphabet chart. Look at the spelling, listen to the pronunciation, then repeat the sound yourself. Practice this until you commit the sounds to memory.
Watch pronunciation videos to learn the proper mouth formation for English sounds. Some sounds such as "th" are not present in other languages and require a very specific tongue and mouth placement. Watch video clips to learn how to make these sounds and repeat until successful.
Join an English club, English as a Second Language (ESL) group or ask an English speaking friend to join you for an outing. Practice your English pronunciation with others by listening, speaking, repeating, learning proper usages and receiving constructive criticism.