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How to Learn English Quickly and Easily
It is actually quite easy to learn English. The problem is nobody has ever shown you a good method.
So what's the secret? Stay with us and we'll show you.
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Want to help your kids learn English?
We can show you incredibly great ways to do it, and the best book ever is from Dr. Suess : Go Dog Go.
Here's a quick sample from a class with some Japanese kids, aged 6 and 9. This is their 3rd class with me, and, as you can see, they're still at a very basic level but they're making amazing progress which makes it's so much fun for me to teach.
Here's the first page, and me with the kids.
Notice that they're doing okay, but it's not easy.
The lesson lasted for an hour and it was really funny because the little boy, kept asking for Gogo, their cartoon book we used in the first to lessons. It was easier since I was just asking "What's this? / What's that?" ; "What colour is it/this?" ; and, "How many (apples) are there?"
With a bit of help and encouragement and carefully judging the pace so you don't take away their confidence, you can make amazing progress. Proper pronunciation is also 'easy' if shown in the right way.
Kids everywhere are taught the names of objects, colours, numbers, etc, but they're not shown how to use them! If you ask, "What's this?", they reply 'book', but the most important thing is to say quickly, clearly and naturally, "It's_a ..." (It's_a book.)
And DO NOT teach them "It is a book." If you do, they will speak like robots and have a very difficult time ever starting to speak naturally and easily. If you teach them "itsa" and just focus on the sound, then within minutes they will be speaking naturally.
Notice how quickly they began to be able to do "the wagon". And as kids always do, they made a 'game' out of it later in the lesson; completely on their own; which gave their dad and I a good laugh.
Now here's part of the summary we did at the end of the hour as I was shutting down my laptop. My screensaver has a picture of my son, Rayhan, with a unicycle I bought him when I went to Japan.
(page 2, 10 and Rayhan)
If you'd like more information on how to teach your kids, please just send me an email since I have a lot of material but haven't had time to put it up on our website yet.
Remember, this is only a sprinkling of what we have ready for our eager students!
Do you make this common mistake in English?
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It's NOT a problem with not knowing the grammar, it's a problem of never developing the proper natural, automatic reflexes.
That means... Right?
Of course, I mean, what is "that's mean" (that is mean)? It's a natural dyslexic mistake, and it's very, very, very common in Indonesia.
Same as with "It depends."
It's very common to hear Indonesians say "It's depend." Again, what is "It is depend."?
I had the same difficulty with the Japanse expression "nomimono wa" (asking a customer in a restaurant what they'd like to drink). Even though I knew what it was, and even if I was saying it while listening to a recording of it, I would still say "nominomo".
Why? Because it's unnatural in English to have the pattern: n_m-m_n. We instinctively want to say: n_m-n_m. It's a physical obstacle, not a mental one, and like most aspects of learning a language, you need to learn in physically.
I could go on for hours explaining what's wrong with the way EVERYONE teaches English, but what's the point. You all know that none of the programs you've tried worked very well.
And it's the same with any other language.
I'm currently trying to learn French, Japanese and Russian. People say those are difficult languages to learn but I say they're not!
If you try and learn in a traditional manner, YES, it's VERY hard. But if you use our methods, and learn it naturally and automatically, then it really is quite easy.
In fact Japanese and Russian are EASIER than French because the sounds are clearer and once you stop trying to translate and just follow the rhythm of the language, it really is simple.
Of course, learning Kanji takes time, and even learning hiragana takes some time, but there's still no need for memorization.
Learning the Russian alphabet is amazingly simple. I learned to type Russian in 2 hours! And ANYBODY can. Definitely not by doing it the way you learned to type in school; doing the boring drills: fff (space) jjj fff jjj ...etc.
I've tried it with a couple of friends just to see if it really is possible and it is. In every single case their fingers knew the entire keyboard in less than 3 hours.
Not their brains. Not their conscious memory. Not even close. Their fingers. It's physical, not mental.
For letters that aren't as commonly used, and you try to remember where they are, you'll almost always be wrong.
If you simply relax and 'say' "Okay, fingers, where is it?", you'll almost always be right. And if you are wrong, it's because you didn't relax and you were listening to your brain and not your fingers.
I'd love to continue chatting, but I gotta run. If you'd like more information, please send me an email.
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