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5 Tips to Stop Translating in your Head and to Think in English

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Before every class, webinar or workshop I give, I ask my students
“What is your biggest struggle in English?”

Can you guess what the most common answer is?
What would be your answer?

It’s Fluency.
At the end of the day, it all comes down to fluency.
They usually mention the following reasons:

1. Not finding the appropriate words when speaking
2. Translating to English in their head
3. The fear of being judged and coming off as unintelligent

This is why, in addition to my mission to help you improve your clarity and knowledge of spoken English, I also want to give you tools to improve your fluency and confidence.

In today’s episode, I’m going to give you my 5-step system that’ll help you train your brain to start thinking in English and make your English more immediate, spontaneous and fast.

You see, you really don’t have to move to an English speaking country to master fluency.
You just need an easy to use, step-by-step method. (and that’s what I’m here for)
Enjoy! ( and look for step number 5 in particular. It is my favorite ?)

Let us know in the comments below if you have any other tips or tricks that can help our community: What are the things that help YOU to think in English and speak without translating?
And once you start practicing I want you to come back here and tell me if you feel the progress!

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12 Comments on “5 Tips to Stop Translating in your Head and to Think in English”

  1. Thanks haddar, i watched some of your videos at youtube and you really did a wonderful job inspiring non-native speakers to speak english. Tips shared in the video did help me to improve speaking in english.thanks
    Hope to see more beneficial videos in the future.

  2. Hi ~ Thank you for your video. I will check all of yours! 🙂

    For me, it is very difficult to block my time for a hour or a half hour and study English.
    Making a habit of studying English is the most difficult job for me.

  3. Hi Hadar, I’m really so happy, because I get sort for to find you, so and you have been helping me alot about my increased learning in English. Thank you so much.

  4. You are awesome.
    Now I’m talking to myself all the time and recording myself and wow!!!! There’s improvement.
    Also I have to confess, I am mimicking you all the time to practice.
    I’m going over your crash course again and I can’t wait for April for the course that you been advertising.
    I’m getting ready to do a weekly tour for new employees at my office!!!!!
    Thanks a bunch, you are the best!!!!

  5. Hi Hadar thank you so much for everything what are you doing for teach us English. I like it so much. I just start a using your methods for improve my English. You are so cute and lovely. Bye – Bye

  6. Hi Hadar. Thanks so much for this video,it’s fantastic and so handly. It will help me to improve my english.

  7. Thanks a lot, Hadar for helping and supporting, I can’t find the word to describe how wonderful you are, really you are a special and amazing couch.
    I’ll follow your mentioned instructions to stop translating from my mother language to English and I’ll tell you the result later.
    Thanks and hope you are doing well and keep going.

  8. Thank you so much for this great and helpful video. I‘m struggling exactly with those things you were talking about. I‘m going to do the exercises you recommend and I hope it will take me a step further.

  9. Good morning hadar thank you very much for the tips on how to speak english,really appreaciated it helps me a lot on how speak in english.god bless

  10. Vídeo excelente e esclarecedor, gosto muito de seus vídeos tanto pelo conteúdo como pela dinâmica.

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