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Why do some English learners develop the right habits and get fluent while others don’t?
The answer is found in HOW THEY LEARN.
Do you remember how you learned your native language?
If your parents spoke in Spanish, Chinese, French or any other language as you were growing up, you would have learned that language NATIVELY.
Native English speakers, for example, learn everything in English, so they develop the habit of speaking English spontaneously, quickly and continuously.
Now, think about how YOU learned English.
You began learning English THROUGH your native language in English lessons, so you developed the habit of hesitating, thinking and translating before you speak.
This is what stops you from speaking naturally and automatically.
When you learned your native language as a child, you learned correct grammar naturally with visual examples and simple stories.
In English lessons, you were taught to memorize grammar rules, so you sometimes use tenses incorrectly, or say words in the wrong order.
In your native language, you built a large vocabulary of slang, idioms and conversational expressions you use without thinking.
You only learned the formal English of reading and writing in English lessons, so you often use inappropriate words – and sound unnatural – when speaking English.
In your native language, you developed a strong listening ability and smooth pronunciation by listening to fast speakers with difficult accents.
In English lessons, you only listened to slow, clear English, so now you may struggle to understand some spoken English or speakers with difficult accents.
Let’s summarize this:
You learned your native language automatically with visual examples and stories. You learned both formal and conversational words and expressions. You listened to other native speakers of your language who spoke quickly and had different accents. And now your native language flows naturally and easily.
You learned English through translations. You had to memorize word lists and grammar rules. You rarely studied conversational words and phrases, or practiced speaking, so you hesitate and make mistakes. You only listened to slow, clear English in lessons. And now you struggle to speak English clearly, continuously and confidently.
So, my question for you is…
How much better would your English be if you learned English like a native English speaker?
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