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Last week we talked about visualization and English learning. We learned about basketball players who imagine shooting better in their minds and then they do better in real life. This is a common experience in the sports world. We also talked about how you can imagine conversations in your head. You can think of different [...]
Would you like to become a more fluent English speaker? Your answer is probably, "yes". But did you know that to become more fluent, you need lots and lots of practice? And to do that, you need more contact hours with the English language. That is, you need a lot of input that you can actually understand. You know, you can be surrounded by English speakers all the time, but if you can't understand them, then you won't progress as quickly.
Before we talk about improving you pronunciation, I have a question for you. What did English sound like before you learned English? Did it sound completely alien? Did it sound like nonsense? Maybe this video will help you remember. When you finish watching, play the next recording and let’s talk about improving your pronunciation.