In this video, I'm going to give you 7 powerful tips that will help you learn English faster than you are now!
Read the article here: https://www.tofluency.com/tips-fluent-english/
Test your level: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0gZFvpxNhQ
Improve your writing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDkiY1lcfgw
To Fluency Method: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grxHW6kDhiE
Graded Readers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-o7DTuOYn0o
Here are the 7 tips:
1. Set a goal and a deadline. Make this ambitious but attainable.
2. Learn English every day. Get into this habit.
3. Surround yourself in English - suitable for your level
4. Use the best methods to help you improve quickly
5. Start using the To Fluency Method
6. Get as much speaking practice
7. Focus on the English you need to know and use the Pareto Principle
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Q: Where are you from?
A: I grew up in Preston, Lancashire, England.
Q: How long have you been teaching?
A: I've been teaching English since 2011. I ❤️ it!
Q: How can I improve my English?
A: Follow my method. I have a free lesson on that here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grxHW6kDhiE
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Q: What books do you recommend?
A: I recommend graded readers. Learn more about this here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbzGYCptGyE
Q: Do you have any conversational videos?
A: Yes! Here is a playlist: https://youtu.be/xUdoxLCDt20
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It was a great videolesson. I really enjoy watching your videos. Teacher Jack I would like you to make a video about how to use the word <WAY> because as far as I know there are a lot of different ways for using this word. Thank you.
Hello everyone, My name is Tony and I'm Vietnamese. So, I'm looking for some English partners or who is the good English but want to learn Vietnamese language.
Hope and glad to make friends in the world.
Have a nice day!
I’ve been learning English for a year now. What I mainly did during this year was surrounding myself with English. I would buy second hand English books from bookstores and download their audio recordings from internet. I repeated everything on these audio recordings and I ended up having British accent. Me a university student from Turkey who had never studied English before last year , could speak in a clear way. Right now I’m thinking that it’s high time to have a tutor or something to speak because in Turkey it’s really hard to bump into with British people. Anyway, other advices to English learners from me would be following global magazines and newspapers like national geographic and the economist maybe. And there are some newspapers which publish newspapers in english locally. I found some places to get these. I watch some BBC television programs like bargain hunt and antiques roadshow and BBC radios especially radio four because of its unique topics.BBC documentary again does good job to dig deep into some incidents and issues. Having foreign friends and learning the other cultures throughout English learning process because these people Algerians Ukrainians learning this language as well and there is some sort of sharing going on and you learn other languages in this process. study from the books which are in English in your field. Buy an upper-intermediate or advanced dictionary to find out specific words. Subscribe the channels like this one. Try to find free things all the time but when it comes to learning from a native speaker it’s worth it. The last but not least , be confident in daily Conversations just be open-minded towards other ideas and opinions. Thanks for your patience.
thank you for your advice, I'm just like you learned English at the same time, additional I have been using some game or internet page for increased my vocabulary, also what has been saying from Jack writing method also very useful. I was looking at some quotes on facebook. Generally, the learner should have patience, persistence and to do learning like the hobby. Better would be go-ahead from another hobby that he had before learning English. Even at that time, I do not have a good human for conversation for talking about different topics. Therefore I sometimes speak with friends what I have they are from the Philippines, Nigeria, Pakistan, Ukraine, but I can't find a partner with skills like me, I know exist some firm who learn students like me, but I don't have enough money for that. Watching movies in English what you was watching before in your native language also very help me because of I advance know a plot. And now I made mistake writing this text, but me was helping one program grammar tools. And last find a good method for learning that fit for you more than another, that would be a favorite youtube channel, movies when you from that time can write down new words in your copybook and sometimes repeat them, for me it a good method. So I wish you good luck everyone, but working hard on the learning mostly much give a good result.
Hi Jack! Im Iliya, I from Russia. I want say you thanks for you lessons, but I dont understand them becouse my english is very weak. I just listen you :0 to improve listening and get used to English speech. Listen to you second week :3
Thank you for great tips! I really can't pick up the best one, because all are great. And I'm already implementing all of them, well almost all, in my studies. I spend at least one hour studying English. I do it on my way and back home from work. I do it every single free minute. If I watch a movie, I do it solely in English, if I read, I read in English etc. But still I don't have enough courage to record myself and what is more terrifying - to listen to this recording))) But I think it's significantly important, so I'll do my best to overcome my fear. And not without your help! Because your videos are really helpful, encouraging and motivating. Hope I'll get 7.5 band in ielts in June) Thanks for what you are doing! P. S. I use quizlet, not anki, for remembering words, because it is more user friendly, and it is easier to make cards, and there are different exercises to help you memorise your vocabulary.
Thank you for sharing useful English learning tips. All your tips are really helpful in learning English. Can " Shadowing an English teacher" be helpful in learning English? I think in this method, the mind focuses on listening, pronunciation, things to be learnt, and common expression and phrases to be used in teaching. I am not good at English, but I hope you got it.
Great tips. The 80x20 ( Vilfredo Pareto), in my opinion, this is the best tip to begin an effective communication. I have a plenty of difficulties in writing correctly, so in order to improve this skill, I started to read English books, mainly books of my interest. thank you very much)
Hey, Jack! The tips you gave us are really great. I always use some of them when I have an argument or discussion with other learners about how to learn any language. Most of all I like how you focus on splitting the learning process in two parts - active and passive. I think it's almost impossible to become fluent in any language if you don't use active methods such as speaking and writing. You talked about it long ago. At first I said Ok and continued to read, watch and listen. But then, when I came to a language school one day I was quite surprised that I passed the grammar test having a mark of upper intermediate level (56 right answers of 60) but it was so difficult for me to speak and the teacher told me that I speak at low intermediate level. Time passed and I wanted to try to take things into my own hands and went to find people from other countries for language exchange purpose. And, I must say, it worked perfectly! I haven't just started speaking better and understand what other people say, but also found great deal of friends from other countries! So, thank you Jack! This particular tip helped me to improve my English and networking dramatically!
Thank you. I agree with everything you say.
I often say about desires and goals, the only difference here is that goals have deadlines while desires are just images of what you want to have in your life. As about choosing right resources which should be created for your level, I think we should use slightly more difficult material. L+1. Your level + 1. I adore anki and use it every day, it's really effective.
I also have a few other tips. 1. Choose the material in preferable accent. 2. Practice on your most difficult sounds first (which you can hear) not trying to "have it all" correct. 3. Reward yourself each day until it's a habit
I am learning Greek so I am going to do it smart now :)
as about this Pareto rule it is absolutely true. You should learn words and phrases related to your goals.
Thanks a lot for sharing this video, I think practicising is the key of learing a language,,
but I have a problem with my english, which is im not speaking naturally, and its my goal i want to achieve it, please make a video about it.
for example instead of saying lets get started, I say: lets start, and instead of say try this out,
I just say try this....ect
does this make any difference in the meaning?
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