Learn how to respond to ANY situation in English with today’s vocabulary lesson!
So, here are the 10 things I recommend you do to become fluent in English fast. Use the TF Reading method: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEkkp… Listen as much as possible: ABL = Always be listening Copy native speakers and the way they talk using this method: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grxHW… Use flashcards and get the repetition you need Shadow English speakers […]
Here’s my #1 tip for improving your English speaking faster than a politician forgets his promises after election day. But remember: there’s no point in improving your English speaking if you’re not confident enough to use your English.
Think in English. Stop translating in your head and speak fluent, natural English without hesitation. In conversations and other situations where you need to be able to process information quickly and respond immediately, translating in your head is a big problem. It slows you down. It makes you hesitate. At times you’ll completely miss out […]
Here is a great list of super common mistakes that you might be making. Check out our video lesson above to hear these mistakes and learn how to correct them! 1. On Next Monday Imagine that you’re making plans with a friend. You agree to meet for coffee, and your friend asks you what day […]
You JUST HAVE TO STOP making these three grammar mistakes… Really! They are such common errors! My English students make these mistakes all the time… And you know why they KEEP making them? Because… NOBODY EVER TELLS THEM ABOUT THESE ERRORS! So, get ready my friends! In this English lesson, we are going to go […]
This lesson will teach you how to say 4 really common English expressions naturally, like a native speaker. You’ll practice connected speech, reductions and contractions to help you improve your pronunciation and sound more natural when you speak. This is REAL English pronunciation.
The #1 question people ask me is, “Stefanie, I understand everything you say! So why don’t I understand movies, TV shows and other native speakers in English?” In this video I attempt to answer that question. Here are some of the reasons… Lots of native English speakers mumble, they don’t project their voice, and they […]
If you want to improve your fluency, then you need to learn to talk like a native English speaker. So let’s go over some things that native speakers never say, even though you may learn this in the classroom. These are expressions you should avoid.