Effortless English Rule 1

Rule 1

Hi. How are you doing today? I’m writing because you asked for my 7- Day email course and you want to improve your English. You will get 8 emails from me– one every day for 8 days.

 This Email Course is sent only to subscribers. To unsubscribe, go to {!remove_web}

 My name is A.J. Hoge.  I live in San Francisco, USA.  I am an English teacher. I have a Masters degree in Teaching English. I enjoy travel, SCUBA diving, motorcycle riding, movies, and learning Spanish.I will teach you a new method for learning. I will teachyou how to study– to speak English faster and more easily.

 ***Your First Suggestion

 Imagine speaking English automatically… without thinking. The words come out of your mouth easily, and fast. You understand instantly.To do this, you must change the way you study English.  Your first action is to stop studying English words. What?  

Stop studying English words. 

That’s right, do not memorize words. Native speakers do not learn English by remembering single words. Native speakers learn phrases.

 Phrases are GROUPS of words that naturally go together.

 **Learn 4x Faster

 Research by Dr. James Asher proves that learning with phrases is 4-5 times faster than studying individual words.  4-5 Times Faster.

Also, students who learn phrases have much better grammar.

 ***RULE 1:  Always  Study and Review  Phrases, Not Individual  Words

 Never study a single, individual word. Never.

 When you find a new word, always write down The Phrase it is in. Always. When you review, always review all of the phrase,.. not the word.

 Collect phrases. Your speaking and grammar will improve 4-5 times faster. Never again study a single word.  Never write a single word in your notebook, always write the complete phrase.

 Learn Phrases Only.

 **Your Next Tip Comes Tomorrow

 During this week, I will teach you 7 rules for learning English.  I will send you a new rule each day, for 7 days.

 I look forward to helping you improve your English! Have a great day 🙂

Cheers, AJ Hoge


Effortless English



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