Whether you try my classes or not, try these actions in your practice:
1. Listen A LOT! Metaphorically soak your brain in that new language you try to learn.
2. Before you get into details of vocab and grammar, try to get the “meaning” of the whole message first.
3. Focus on the core. Learn the most high-frequency words needed first. The “504 Essential Words” book is a great source.
4. Start mixing verbs, nouns, and adjectives. When you got better in making acceptable sentences try to use the accurate collocations.
5. Get a language-parent. Have you noticed the relationship that a child has with their parents? a partner who can provide you the parent-child relationship in a way that the parent gets you, repeats the correct version for you, and speaks by the words you know so that you gain enough confidence for mixing up new sentences.
6. Copy the face of a native speaker to understand how they pronounce words.
7. Stop listening to me and other teachers and start making your own “direct connect” to mental images! :D Meaning you should make up connections between words and sentence structures in that foreign language and your mother-tongue language, even though it’s only meaningful to you. That solidifies your knowledge forever.
Stick to these magical principals and you are able to acquire a completely new language in 6 months! Inspired by Chris Lonsdale, I gathered this summation for you.
If you are still searching for a mentor or a language-parent for your English I am happy to guide you with it.
I am a computer science engineer, currently a master’s student. I have been teaching English skills for TOEFL in the last two years. I am willing to give classes at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. Either getting prepared for an English test or catching up with casual everyday conversations, I have excellent resources and am here to help!
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