I realized that the majority of my audience here are from countries where English is not the first language. English is not my first language either. In this video, I share some tips that you might find useful.

Tip #1: Pay attention to how people speak.
Tip #2:
Force your inner voice to switch to English.
Tip #3:
Keep a list of words and phrases that you want to learn.
Tip #4:
Focus on sounds.
Tip #5: Learn what syllables to put the stress on.
Tip #6:
Pay attention to intonation.
Tip #7:
Record your voice and listen to it.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. I am non-native English, German and French speaker. I learnt English in school and lived in England for 2 years. I also learnt French in school, it was a one of my favorite subjects. I continue to practice it to this day. I speak German cause I live in Germany now. It s not an easy language to learn, but I have lived here for more than 10 years now, so it is ok. Not too good, not too bad. Hehe, probably I have made many mistakes writting this…

  2. Man, I wouldn't have known it was you were it not for your voice, your abscence of hair confused me

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