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The rates of successful language learning world wide are truly alarming. Independent studies have shown, for example, that less than 5% of adults who study English as a second language ever make it to full proficiency. My personal experience would back that. Rates of foreign language acquisition for children at school is typically even lower than that.
You may be wondering why what you are doing is so wrong, if so many people are doing the same thing you are. Well, do you want to get the same results they're getting?? I wouldn’t think so!
But it doesn't have to be that way. I want to let you in on a little language learning secret.
You see, a common trait shared by most successful language learners is they enjoy learning Why? Because they’ve figured out ways to learn that are fun...
It’s important to remember that effort does NOT necessarily lead to success. Digging a large hole with a spoon will require a lot of effort! The issue is to work smarter and find the right tools, and to enjoy it. Because without that we will soon give up.
Most language learners just keep using the wrong tools and find it all too hard. That’s why so many give up. Don’t get me wrong, learning languages isn't going to be a walk in the park. However, everything changes when you start getting results and you enjoy the process.
This is one of the most common complaints I hear. It can be just so frustrating. I know because I have personally experienced it, not to mention having seen so many language learners suffer with this problem. After you try so hard and keep forgetting it is not surprising that so many language learners get disillusioned and end up believing that they don’t have what it takes.
The thing to understand that forgetfulness happens to you for the most part because the way the language is learned not because you are deficient in some way. Just consider the things you do recall effortlessly - like songs, birthdays, some juicy gossip - and you will then see what is possible!
Is a book that is here to dispel some of the notions you have about why people have bad memories for learning languages AND to show you exactly how your memory for learning languages can be activated. So that you can retain so much of what you learn, in the same way as you retain what your know about so much, without ever consciously setting time to memorise much if any of it.
Before going to Andrew classes I was not aware that to learn English my approach is not completely right. But after attending his classes (ESL), I learned new and really effective ways to learn English, which I implemented in my daily life. Andrew helped me in building the confidence that me and anybody can learn English with right approaches.
I was very lucky to study with Andrew. He is an ideal teacher. His method of teaching is very impressive. He makes his students think and enhance their creativity. He was not only there to pass his information to us, but also developed our love for learning, he activated the mind of a student, he taught us how to think and grow logic. He bought into play the hidden mental powers of all students.
Andrew is an excellent teacher and such a positive person that makes his classes very enthusiastic and makes you feel more interested to study. Being a student of Andrew was absolutely fantastic, besides being an excellent teacher he encouraged myself to believe when I was not believing: “to be confident in my English language skills”!
My experiences in language learning enabled me to quickly see that Andrew has a unique ability to engage me and make me work through the problems that I had. His teaching …….. made me pay more attention to what I say. I found I didn’t have to push myself , like I was used to, because the activities and the way we worked were so engaging and involving. He helped me believe in myself.
I had studied English for 30 years and still felt this language a kind of alien time to time. What having inspired me the most is that I must quit relying on my mother tongue to understand English in order to master it. It makes sense. There was no translating language to help me to learn my mother tongue. Andrew just reminded me the importance of learning as naturally as a baby.
(We) had just one goal, to improve our English enough to be successful in this country. Andrew showed us the way how to reach that goal. He inspired and made us to believe in ourselves. I think he is an incredible teacher. I did improve my writing, speaking, listening and reading English a lot. I think we were lucky to had Andrew as our teacher.
Confucius say: Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. I think Andrew is the kind of person who likes to teach a person to fish.
Here is a book that will change your understanding of what is actually involved in learning a language. It will provide you will ways to improve or tweak what you have been doing so you can achieve the results you have been seeking
I have been working in the field of learning and teaching of languages for over 35 years. In that time I have been fortunate enough to not only have loads of experience both in the teaching and learning of languages. but also to have come in contact with some outstanding inspiring educators and a host of transformative ideas.
I have found that it is one thing to be able to learn multiple languages but it is a whole different matter to be able to provide what skilled AND struggling language learners need so they can improve their retentive powers and memory. I have been successful at helping my students making changes as to how they approach what they do so they get far better results in memory area of their language learning. Memory is at the heart of all of it.
I am not suggesting anything which any reasonable person could not do. In fact what you have been doing, I would suggest, produces results VERY slowly for many of you. That is possibly why you have been struggling to remember what you are learning. One key reason why something appears hard to do for long periods of time is the way you are doing it. Just imagine trying to bicycle with one leg. Hard to be sure. When you use 2 legs, it is MUCH easier. If you do as I suggest in this ebook it will make it seem like “you are pedaling with two legs not one”!.
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