I teach you how to understand
Americans when they speak fast
What happens when you try to understand native speakers?
At first, you understand, and follow the conversation. As the conversation continues, it becomes more difficult.
You feel lost and uncomfortable. You don’t know what to do…
“Should I tell them to speak slowly? That’s embarrassing.”
“Should I ask them to repeat, again? I’ll slow the conversation.”
“Should I smile and pretend I’m following? I feel stupid!”
I’ve been in the same embarrassing situation…
When I studied French at school, I was the best student in my class.
Then, I came to France…
When I tried to follow real conversations, it destroyed my confidence, every time.
“I understand all my French lessons! Why can’t I understand real people?”
I became uncomfortable, embarrassed, and asked a lot “Can you repeat please?”
All the time I had spent listening to French movies and songs didn’t prepare me for the real world…
I thought it would. But I was wrong.
3 Myths about understanding real, fast English
We’ve all met someone who has lived in an English-speaking country or “studied” English for years,
but still can’t follow conversations between native speakers. It’s very painful to see.
Why can’t they understand better?
Because there’s a BIG difference between listening a lot (even in immersion) and learning to understand
You don’t need years of practice. You need a step-by-step system:
What’s in the program?
14 Video lessons: I decode the fast sounds & colloquial vocabulary for you
Accelerate your comprehension. because you learn to understand the fast sounds, the vocabulary, and the colloquial expressions you never learned in school
10 Videos: Unscripted, spontaneous discussions between Americans
Practice listening as much as you want, so you’re prepared for conversations the real world. Because you’ve decoded the conversation, you actively train your ear (which is not the case when you watch movies for fun)
30 Exercises: Global and detailed comprehension
Test your comprehension skills and evaluate your progress as you work through the course. Each exercise highlights the most important lessons to take from the conversation.
Transcripts for each conversation
Check you understood the fast parts and see new vocabulary, so you remember it better. The transcript gives you all the expressions in context, so you learn to use them correctly.
10 Pronunciation exercises
Your pronunciation is the first thing others notice about your English, and it immediately impacts their impression of you. Sound more natural with these pronunciation & intonation exercises.