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How English Anyone – The Vault Fluent For Life Gets You Fluent

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Most English learners KNOW a lot of English, but struggle to SPEAK because they’re missing one or more of these 3 things: 1. They don’t know conversational English. They understand English teachers, and they can follow textbooks. But they often can’t understand native speech, like slang and idioms. 2. Even if they know EVERY English word, they don’t understand the language like a native. […]

Unlocking the Mystery: Why Do English Learners Struggle to Speak Although They Know A Lot of English?

I'm scared of speaking English how can I change it

Physicist Richard Feynman once said, “If you can’t explain something in simple terms, you don’t understand it.” I agree. So, for 20 years I’ve looked for the best way to explain: 1. Why many English learners know a lot of English, yet struggle to speak 2. How you really become fluent So I wanted to ask if the following makes sense […]

Unraveling the Real Problem: Why You’re Struggling to Get Fluent in English

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Dear subscriber of 9WSODL, I wanted to share the following: This post is going to be real short and to the point but you don’t want to underrate it because this is your secret sauce of getting Fluent in English for life. I’ve spent over 20 years helping people get fluent… But if I had to […]

Top 8 Common Mistakes in English

top 8 mistakes in English

It is common for learners to make the following mistakes in English due to its diversity and extensiveness. Even native speakers have difficulty handling it at times. The following list outlines common mistakes in English that you too may often make without realizing that they are errors. Phonemes mixed up Languages may have certain sounds, […]

How to speak like me – American English Native

A member named Norhafzan recently told me this: “This is interesting. I experienced this and always get stuck cause I was focusing on one word instead of try to think of other vocabulary. The ‘move like water’ thing really gets me to other level of speaking and confidence. Thanks for the concept.” Most English learners get stuck […]