In the last few parts of the Accelerator Model, you’ve seen that mastery comes from: Fluency Naturalness Confidence Without fluency, your English will be slow and awkward. You’ll translate in your head and overthink everything. Without naturalness, your English will be messy, chaotic and disorganised with is hard for the ...

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A great exercise for developing good rhythm and pronunciation in English is “Shadowing”, but how much time should you spend doing it? This is a question I get a lot. And here is my candid, no bullshit answer: If you’re not sure how to make shadowing work for you, I’ve ...

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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 ...

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If you have fluency and confidence, but no naturalness, your English will be chaotic and messy. You might have fluency in English, but is your speaking clear, orderly, and natural? If not, don’t worry: I’ll show you how to fix your messy English. ...

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Something discussed in a coaching call last week got me thinking. Results from MEFA thus far have been astounding. But why? Part of it is that the course is totally different from what you may have done before. Most courses focus on the same old crap – more words, more ...

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If you’re learning English right, you don’t need much English study time. How much time do you need to spend on English study each day? It’s more than “none”, but far less than you probably think. ...

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