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The Accelerator Model Part 3 – How to Speak English Fluently

August 6, 2020

By Dr Julian Northbrook

Speaking English well means a balance of three things: fluency in English, confidence with using it in the real world, and naturalness when speaking.

If you’ve got only one or two of these things, your English will be imbalanced.

In this article, we’re going to look at what happens if you don’t have fluency in English: what it looks like, why it happens, and most importantly, how to fix it.

Get Julian’s Help Transforming Your English — Go Here.

Fluency does not mean proficiency.

Really, all fluency is efficient processing in your brain.

And native speakers achieve this by speaking in chunks of English, not words and rules. What this means is, if you want to speak as they do, you’ve got to learn in the way they speak. In chunks. Not words and rules.

Unless you’re already in (or have graduated) MEFA, you might want to consider putting yourself on the waiting list: we open for a new group on the 24th of every month.

The place to go is here.

Julian Northbrook


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