If you were an actor trying to imitate an American speaker, how would you talk? Pretend you are a native speaker. Imitate the sound. Play with it. Practice it. Have fun with it! Most people considerably reduce their accent with this technique.
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President's Day - The letter "s" can sometimes be an "s" sound (e.g., case), and sometimes a "z" sound (e.g., rise). Common spellings for the "s" sound are the letters "c" and "s" (e.g., peace, bus). Common spellings for the "z" sound are the letters "z" and "s" (e.g., prize, lose). The word "President's" has a "z" sound (pronounced "prezident's"). Compare with the word "precedence" which has the "s" sound (pronounced "presedence").