I went to his "public orientation class" one time. To be honest, he is only an inspiration. You cannot speak better just by going to his class. You have to practice at your own time. Go to library, borrow ESL cds to listen at home, in your car, and that is it.
Good question. His strong point is he forcuses on those common pronounciation mistakes that usually apply to Manderin speakers. I once hired a tutor to correct my pronounciation for $10 an hour, he he. He was a really nice guy with english major from Washington Univ. He used a pronounciation book, later I found out that I can borrow from the Library, tapes too.
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