April 17

Two types of Confidence Problem English Learners Suffer From

By Dr Julian Northbrook

Having a lot of confidence is a double-edged sword.

On the one hand, it’s very much a good thing. A confident person will make use of the opportunities that come their way, and improve as a result. On the other hand, someone who’s very confident may simply not care about their mistakes and messy English enough to fix it…

… and as a result they get stuck at a weird level where they’re able to communicate very well, but never go past that.

The video talks about this in more detail:

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All the best,

Julian Northbrook

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