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Want to Take Your English to The Next Level Quickly? 🚀

In one of the episodes on My Podcast, Episode 6, I talk about Why Your English is Not Improving quickly! And if you have not listened to that episode I really recommend that you do after you read this.

In this episode, I am going to talk about How to Improve Your English Quickly! I will share some techniques and tips and I will give you some examples after each tip.

So what is the best way to learn English quickly? The answer, in my opinion, is listening! Listening is the best way to learn and improve your English. But How to Listen and What to listen to?

  1. Listening to something you’re interested in. What are your hobbies, what kind of books do you like to read, what is your favorite activity? Try to find audios, videos, and podcasts about these and listen to them. Don’t listen to something that is boring and that you hate. If you hate something, you can’t improve. For example, if you hate the news, then you won’t enjoy learning. Of course at a higher level of English, sometimes you kinda have to read about and listen to things you don’t particularly like. For example, if you’re in school, then you have to study the subjects or if you’re studying for a test like TOEFL or IELTS, then you have to specifically study and learn new academic words and specific skills and techniques to get a high score on that test.

  2. Repetition: repetition is one of the best techniques to learn and improve your English. But here’s something, by repetition, I don’t mean repeating a word or sentence over and over again. “I love chocolate” |||| NO! But I’ll give you an example. Listening to a short story. Listen to the story again and again, this will help you practice grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and fluency. Here’s a small example: [story]. I got this technique from AJ Hoge, the director of Effortless English, if you haven’t heard about AJ Hoge before, I highly recommend his lessons and his podcast at

  3. Imitation: This is kind of related to listening and repetition. Imitation is a technique that I’ve used myself when learning a language, mainly English. Don’t be shy! How do children learn their first language? They listen, imitate, and repeat. “Listen. Imitate. Repeat!” So, don’t be shy and don’t care. Here’s an example.

  4. Consistency: here’s another important tip. I always compare the human brain to any other muscle in our body. Obviously it’s a muscle. So, to train it, you gotta practice, right? For example, soccer players or other sports athletes have to practice almost everyday to play very well in order to stay at the top level and perform well. Practicing every day will help you improve and make your memory stronger to whatever it is you are learning. So, practicing English 20 minutes a day is way better than practicing 2 hours and 20 minutes non-stop once a week. Is it better to go running for 20 minutes every day or not exercise until the weekend and go running for 2 hours and 20 minutes? Of course every day for 20 minutes is better.

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