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Once you choose to learn English efficiently, your progress will be amazing. But how do you make good use of your English learning time?
An insight into my journey to English fluency. It’s been exciting, at times frustrating, and often inspiring. But, above all, it’s been a life-changing experience.
The more you enjoy learning English, the more English you’ll learn, and the faster you’ll learn it. Here’s how you look forward to your English lessons.
I often did these 3 English exercises when I was learning the language. Let me show you step by step the best way to do them.
Having an English learning habit kills procrastination, removes excuses, and leaves a clean path for fast and steady progress.
Taking up a language is easy. The difficulty is in finding the motivation to persevere, and the power to ignore the negative thoughts that lead to failure.
Mastering the language will take you time. But you can communicate in English with simple sentences, even if you only know a few hundred words.
Here’s my personal experience of going from not being understood in English to dramatically improving my pronunciation.
Focusing on your English accent when you still have so much to learn may not be the obvious thing to do, but it has these four superb advantages.
Without some knowledge of grammar, you’ll never become fluent in English. Let me show you the power of knowing English grammar.
Learning is boring, you’re too old, you need a perfect accent. To achieve your dream of becoming fluent, ignore the 7 English learning myths.
Forgetting words is frustrating, and it kills your motivation to continue learning the language. That’s why you need to learn English words fast.
The best way to develop your listening skills is to listen to lots of English, but not just any English.
Do you want to become fluent fast? When you finish your English course, don’t put it aside. Let me show you what to do instead.
The easiest way to develop your speaking skills fast is to speak English from day one, and to continue practising every day. That’s how I became fluent.
How you go through the English lessons in your course is going to determine how fast you learn the language. Let me show you how I do it.
Maria’s best tips on how to make your English course irresistible. The more irresistible your course is, the faster you’ll learn.
No English course is perfect, but without a course you’ll never become fluent in English within a reasonable amount of time. Let me show you why.
It’s never too late to improve your English accent. Let me show you how I did it, and the difference it’s made to my life.
Your English learning journey is going to throw some obstacles at you. Knowing what those obstacles are will help you be prepared. Let’s go through them.