Mindset- When it comes to speaking English, you have to be your own biggest supporter. Click here to join our free email group: gonaturalenglish.com/
If you can get excited about your future success, making progress will be so much easier.
Listen, Read, Speak - Try and find different ways to practice your English skills. Don't just read English; speak it! Listen to it! These actions will keep you on your toes and open your mind to many different ways of studying the English language.
Diversity - It is possible to learn about other topics while also learning English. Branching out to different areas of entertainment will build your vocabulary and challenge your memory and comprehension.
Guess First - Pay attention to what you're hearing and the situations around you. Take a chance and guess what you might hear next. Learn to anticipate certain responses and vocabulary that you might need to use.
Understand the Big Ideas - A big part of speaking English is using the correct sentence structure. In the English language, we put stress on different syllables and raise our voices at specific places in our sentences. Once you can step back and take a look at the entire framework of English speaking, the words will come to mind more naturally.
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- Where are you from?
I was born in Minneapolis and have lived all over the US including Honolulu, Boston, and New York City, and internationally in Japan for 3 years, 1 yr in Brazil and 1 yr in the Dominican Republic and have spent 2 years backpacking around the world seeing many other countries.
- How many languages do you speak?
English is my mother tongue, but I also speak fluent Spanish, Portuguese, a bit of conversational Japanese and I can understand French and a bit of Italian. I'd like to learn Arabic and Turkish next.
- Which camera do you use?
I use the Canon 70D with a 50mm lens: gonaturalenglish.com/fEbf
- Which microphone do you use?
I use a Rode microphone: gonaturalenglish.com/fEbf
- What shade of lipstick are you wearing?
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- Which editing software do you use?
I use Camtasia
- Which grammar book do you recommend?
I completely recommend English Grammar in Use: amzn.to/2ukLPvS
- Can you recommend any books that will help me improve my English?
I always recommend 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time' (amzn.to/2tQBFzz)
as it is written in the first person from the point of view of an autistic teenager and it does not use very complicated language.
- Can you recommend an American TV Series for me to watch and improve my American English pronunciation?
Absolutely! I highly recommend 'The Walking Dead" as it is set in the American South and you can train your listening for this regional accent (amzn.to/2uLVBru)
A lot of the actors are Brits, surprisingly!)
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