Answering this question: “I am studying English, and I want to be fluent, but I tried a lot of techniques and I still stuck while speaking English. What should I do?”
So many people asked this question!!!! And when I read the answers; they are given without noticing your statement – “I tried a lot of techniques and I am still stuck”.
They continue giving advice: read more, listen more, watch shows, etc. But you tried it all, right? It didn’t work!
Because learning by the conventional method does not work for most adults.
Learning English as the content is a conscious process of memorizing vocabulary and grammar rules and it has an appalling forgetting curve.
There is another reason why learning doesn’t work: adults continue thinking in their native language while learning English.
Most adults have the innate habit of cross-translating incoming information into the native language to make it understandable. So, cross-translation is the main barrier that you will need to overcome to become fluent in English.
I hear objections from teachers using conventional methods: but millions of adults learned English successfully in spite of problems which you describe. My answer: yes, that is correct, millions have learned but hundreds of millions have failed and we never talk about those who failed.
Now let me answer your question: “what shall I do?” You need to start using a totally different technique called Subconscious Training English skills.
The main tool in this technique is simultaneous repetition when the learner performs three actions at the same time: reading, listening and speaking.
In this approach, instead of learning, you perform self-training English skills using the apps that create the environment for acquiring language patterns and intuitive grammar while re-enacting familiar situations exclusively in English.
This technique automatically stops cross-translation and develops the ability to start thinking in English from the first lesson. Also, it activates learners’ capacity for stress-free subconscious training that eliminates the forgetting curve.
Students experience the language not only by making use of their imaginative memory while performing simultaneous repetition using headsets, an activity that employs learners’ preferred senses.
Simultaneous repetition lets learners first recognize and then imitate all English phonemes correctly. This, in turn, contributes enormously to their native-like pronunciation, intonation and fluency.
This approach precludes learning separate words or components of English, like listening skills, reading or conversational skills. With the new approach, the learner starts speaking actively before he or she understands the rules of grammar or memorizes vocabulary lists.
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