Is your pronunciation bad? Do other people seem confused when you speak English? Do you make a lot of grammar mistakes when you speak? Do you worry that others are judging your English ability?
Do you feel frustrated because you still cannot understand English speakers easily? Are you bored with the old methods of grammar study, word memorization, and tests? Are you angry that you have studied English for years, but still cannot speak excellent English?
What is wrong? Have you wasted your time? Will you ever speak English fluently and clearly?
It is NOT Your Fault! Most classes and teachers are using old methods, old lessons, and old textbooks that are boring and ineffective.
Why 95% of self-study second language learners can't master it?
AND WHY YOU CAN'T TOO...
It's because they and you...
1) don't know that speaking, listening comprehension, reading and writing must be learned concurrently (and don't use concurrent repetition that moves you on all language skills simultaneously with 1 piece of content)
2) over complicate the process by mixing different activities (and don't have critical level of focus to get continuous improvements)
3) follow the old-school style of learning by grammar and vocabulary (and don't build foundational skill set but rather a knowledge about language)
4) don't know that learning how to process language can only take place “in the moment”: if linguistic input is not chunked right away, it will be lost and cannot form the basis of subsequent learning.
HI! I'M DIMA! A foreign language enthusiast whose main goal is to learn foreign languages and teach others how to learn foreign languages in the most natural and effective manner.
When I started out, I didn't have a clue about learning languages. I'm not "natural" or "gifted" with languages. And I don't consider myself a particularly dedicated learner.
Here's what changed things...
> I figured language is a practical skill.
> I figured that your mother tongue is the main obstacle to fluency.
> It's about meeting interesting people.
> It's about discovering new worlds.
> It's the accumulation of shared meaning - of common ground.
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