Effortless English Rule 6

Hi again 🙂 It’s me, your English teacher… with another rule!

 I want you to think about something today: You have studied English for more than 4 years- why do you still have trouble understanding native speakers?

Nothing is wrong with you.  Something is wrong with the schools you went to, and the textbooks you used. English textbooks and audio tapes are horrible.

You never learned REAL English. You learned TEXTBOOK English.

 **How To Understand  Native Speakers

 Megdelio studied English for 5 years in Venezuela. Teachers said he was an advanced student.

 When he came to the USA he felt good. He was excited to meet Americans. He was ready. He wrote: “One day I tried to talk to an American woman and everything changed. The woman started talking– and I couldn’t understand her. Not at all! Her pronunciation was totally different than the textbook tapes and CDs I listened to. She used idioms, slang, and many casual phrases.

 I was totally confused. That’s when I realized I needed to learn real English!”

 **You Must Learn Real English

 I taught Megdelio to learn with real English materials– learning the English we use everyday in conversations, books, movies, TV shows, comic books, audio books, articles, newspapers, magazines, and podcasts.

 **Stop Learning  Textbook English

 If you want to understand native speakers, you must stop learning English from textbook tapes and CDs.

 To learn real English, you must listen to English that native speakers listen to. You must watch what they watch. You must read what they read.

 Listen only to real English Listen only to real English Listen only to real English.

 How do you learn Real English? It’s easy.  Stop using textbooks.  Instead, listen only to real English movies, TV shows, audio books,  audio articles, stories, and talk radio shows.  Use real English materials.

 After 6 months of real English, Megdelio could speak easily.  He could understand real English from real native speakers.   You will too.

 **RULE 6:  Only Use Real English Lessons & Materials

You learn real English if you want to understand native speakers and speak easily. Use real magazines, audio articles, TV shows, movies, radio talk shows, and audio books.

 Learn Real English, Not Textbook English.

Learn Real English, Not Textbook English.

 **The Final Rule

 In the next email, I will tell you the final rule. I’ll teach you how to speak 2-3 times faster. Until then, have a great day and enjoy learning English! Good luck,

 A.J. Hoge http://www.EffortlessEnglishClub.com Director

Effortless English

 PS: Ana Rodriguez wrote: “I’m finally enjoying English!  I’m finally talking to Americans!  Thank You!”


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