What if I told you there was one thing you could do daily that would improve everything about your English communication: how you organize your thoughts, how to think in English, how to quickly find the words, your pronunciation, your vocabulary, your voice, your public speaking skills, your confidence and your overall flow. It’s absolutely free and all you need is your phone, 2 minutes of your day and your commitment.
Habits are the actions that we take, and the thoughts that we have. Usually they are things that we’ve come to do automatically and repeatedly. So it’s important to reexamine our habits and see not only which habits we should keep or let go of, but also which we can learn and make our own in order to realize our full potential.
When it comes to learning English, we can talk about three types of habits: learning habits, speaking habits, and thinking habits.
Download the script with the most challenging pronunciation practice This is the most challenging pronunciation practice I have created by far. I must admit, some of these drills were tricky for me too! But that’s exactly what made it so much fun! So if you’re up for a challenge, you HAVE to practice this with me. My pronunciation drills will … Read More
Did you know that words have… RHYTHM? Maybe not like a pop song or jazz, but words have rhythm as a result of the stressed and unstressed parts in the word. Now, every language has its own rhythm, and in this video you’ll learn how the rhythm of your language might be different than English. Rhythm can help you significantly … Read More
Download my list of 50 powerful fluency tips Ever felt stuck, not knowing what to do next to improve your fluency in English? NOT ANYMORE 🙂 In this episode I’m gonna share with you 50 of my best English fluency tips so that you can become fluent in English, or any other language. I know, it may sound like a … Read More
What do you do when people criticize your English? Not in a good, loving way, but in a demeaning and patronizing way? When I get negative comments and criticism (and I do, a lot) I usually don’t respond. But there was something about a comment I received on YouTube recently that triggered me, so I decided to respond in a … Read More
I usually don’t talk about other products that are not mine, and I’m NOT a fan of promoting social media platforms. As someone who tries really hard to keep clear boundaries around how much I use my phone, especially during lockdowns when my girls are at home 24/7, god knows I really don’t need another social media platform to use. … Read More
In this episode you’ll learn the difference between the intonation of statements, YES/NO questions, and WH questions, and you’ll also get to practice it, so you can make it your own! Understanding the difference between statements and questions can really help you understand native speakers better, and more importantly to communicate clearly and effectively in English.