7 rules for learning English, or any languages.

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Imagine speaking English automatically... without thinking. The words come out of your mouth easily, and fast.   

You understand instantly. 

To do this, you must change the way you study English.  Your first action is to stop studying English words. What?


     Stop studying English words.


That's right, do not memorize words.  Native speakers do not learn English by remembering single words.  Native speakers learn phrases.
Phrases are GROUPS of words that naturally go together. 

 

Learn 4x Faster

Research by Dr. James Asher proves that learning with phrases is 4-5 times faster than studying individual words.  4-5 Times Faster.

Also, students who learn phrases have much better grammar. 

RULE 1:  Always Study and Review Phrases, Not Individual Words


Never study a single, individual word.  Never.

When you find a new word, always write down The Phrase it is in.  Always.  When you review, always review all of the phrase,.. not the word.


Collect phrases.  

Your speaking and grammar will improve 4-5 times faster.  Always write the complete phrase.

Never again study a single word.   Never write a single word in your notebook,


     Learn Phrases Only.

1.Make a Phrase Notebook.  

Collect and Review Phrases Always.  Never write only a single word, always save the entire phrase or sentence.  Always review the entire phrase or sentence. 

 

 

RULE 2: Don't Study Grammar
Stop studying grammar. 
   Stop studying grammar.  
Right now.  Stop.  Put away your grammar books and textbooks.  Grammar rules teach you to think about English, you want to speak automatically-- without thinking!  

With this system, you learn English without grammar study.  Your speaking improves quickly.  You succeed.  You speak English naturally.  
So Rule 2 is:  Don't Study Grammar!
2.  Throw away your grammar books.
Really.   I'm serious.  Give them to someone else, or throw them in the trash!
Do it now.  Today.  
RULE 3: The Most Important Rule--  Listen First
Listening, listening, listening.   


You must listen to UNDERSTANDABLE English.  You must listen to 
English EVERYDAY. Don't read textbooks. Listen to English.  

Its simple.  That is the key to your English success.  Stop reading textbooks.  Start listening everyday. 
Learn With Your Ears, Not Your Eyes

In most schools, you learn English with your eyes.  You read textbooks. You study grammar rules. 
But now You have to learn English with your ears, not your eyes.  You listen 1-3 hours every day. 


Your speaking improves quickly.  You speak English easily

Spend most of your study time listening- that is the key to great speaking.
RULE 4:  Slow, Deep Learning Is Best
The secret to speaking easily is to learn every word & phrase DEEPLY.  

Its not enough to know a definition.  Its not enough to remember for a test. You must put the word deep into your brain. 

To speak English easily, you must repeat each lesson many times.   

You must learn English deeply.  


    Learn deeply, speak easily.
    Learn deeply, speak easily.

 
How do you learn deeply?  Easy--  just repeat all lessons or listening many times.  For example, if you have an audio book, listen to the first chapter 30 times before you go to the second chapter.  You could listen to the first chapter 3 times each day, for 10 days.
 
Deep Learning Of Grammar

What about grammar?  How do you learn it deeply, without studying grammar rules? 
I will tell you a way to learn grammar naturally.  Use this method and your grammar will improve automatically.  You will automatically use the correct verb tense.  You won't think.  You won't try.
RULE 5: Use Point Of View Mini-Stories

We call these stories "Point Of View Mini-Stories".  They are the most powerful way to learn and use English grammar automatically.  


       Use Point of View Stories for Automatic Grammar
       Use Point of View Stories for Automatic Grammar
    

You must learn grammar by listening to real English.  The best way is to listen to stories... told in different times (points of  view):  Past, Perfect, Present, Future. 
 
How do you do this?  Easy!  Find a story or article in the present tense.  Then ask your native speaker tutor to write it again in the Past, with Perfect tenses, and in the Future.  Finally, ask him to read and record these stories for you.  
 
Then you can listen to stories with many different kinds of grammar.  You don't need to know the grammar rules.  Just listen to the Point of View stories and you will improve grammar automatically! 
You can also find Point of View lessons and use them to learn grammar automatically.
  
It is powerful.  It is simple.  It is successful. You will succeed.  You will use correct grammar naturally and automatically.   

This is the secret to English grammar. 
We 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 conversational English.  You never learned casual English- the kind of English we use in normal conversations. 

You learned TEXTBOOK English.   
How To Understand Native Speakers 
You Must Learn Casual Conversational English 
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 real English conversations... not to actors reading.  You listen to native speakers speaking real English.  You must study real conversations. 


     Listen only to English conversations
     Listen only to English conversations
     Listen only to English conversations


How do you learn casual English? It's easy.  Stop using textbooks.  Instead, listen only to English conversations, movies, TV shows, audio books,  audio articles, stories, and talk radio shows.  Use real English conversations.  
RULE 6:  Only Use Real English Conversations & Materials

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

       Learn Real English, Not Textbook English
       Learn Real English, Not Textbook English 
Get English conversations.  Read and Listen everyday.
It is the last Rule, and it is the easiest:

Most English CDs use "listen and repeat".   The speaker says something in English, and you repeat exactly what they said.  This method is a failure. 
 
RULE 7:  Listen and Answer, not Listen and Repeat


    Use Listen & Answer Mini-Story Lessons
    Use Listen & Answer Mini-Story Lessons


In each Mini-Story Lesson, a speaker tells a short simple story.  He also asks a lot of easy questions.   Every time you hear a question, you pause and answer it.  

You learn to answer questions quickly-- without thinking.  Your English becomes automatic.  
 
How can you use Listen & Answer Stories?   Easy!  Find a native speaker tutor. Ask him to use this method:  Ask him to tell a story...  and to constantly ask you easy questions about it.    This will teach you to think quickly in English!
If you don't have a tutor- use your friends, parents .... etc 

Good luck with your learning.  I know you can do it. 

Have a great day.  
Take Care, 
maryamy
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