English Pronunciation Basics and Tips for Better Spoken English had not only treated isolated phonetic segments – consonants and vowels but had also discussed some phonological processes affecting these individual segments such as allomorph, assimilation and aspiration. It also went further to look at the suprasegmental features which are phonological feature that extend and spread over the segments as they combine into syllables and words. A detailed review of the characteristics of the spoken English has been done. The glossary of phonetic terms at the end is a-must-read. It affords one a glance of terms expected within the book. The book is of benefit to all learners/teachers of English as a second or foreign Language both at intermediate and advanced levels of education.