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Improve your pronunciation in no time!
With our Norwegian Pronunciation app, you will learn and have fun at the same time.
Language lessons are customized for your native language and your particular verbal challenges to make sure you focus on what’s important.
The Sounds Good platform is based on ten years of research from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

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TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS

When entering the Sounds Good app for the first time, you will be asked to register your native language. From there, Sounds Good will take care of your learning process and customize all exercises to your needs. It will provide you with the listening and speaking exercises that will be most effective for you to work on.

SAME SAME, BUT IMPORTANTLY DIFFERENT

Some sounds in a foreign language may sound very similar to you, but being able to hear and pronounce the difference is important in order to communicate well. Based on our extensive knowledge about your native language from several years of research at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Sounds Good identifies the sounds you may find hard to distinguish and need to practice the most. You will be given fun game-based tasks where you practice both hearing and pronouncing the difference between two words with similar sounds.
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Marie Jacobsen Lauvås
Marie Jacobsen Lauvås
Chief Executive Officer
Matthew Smalley
Matthew Smalley
Chief Creative Officer
Ole Andreas Biggey
Ole Andreas Biggey
Chief Product Officer
Morten Tvenning
Morten Tvenning
Chief Technology Officer
Jacques Koremaan
Jacques Koremaan
Phonetics researcher and Inventor
Olaf Husby
Olaf Husby
Linguistics researcher and Inventor

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