Contact the English Fluency Expert Robby Kukurs

Robby Kukurs

Would you like to ask me a question about improving your spoken English?

Are you considering purchasing the English Harmony System?

Or is it that you’re considering participating in the Fluency Star coaching program and you’ve got more questions about it?

Also – if you’re a blogger who’s passionate about language learning and you’d like to swap links or become my partner – whichever the case may be – please use the contact form at the bottom of this page to get in touch with me!


Before you submit your question, please check out the Frequently Asked Questions page – most likely you’ll find answer to your question right there and it will save time for both of us!

If you can’t find answer to your question there, please don’t hesitate to use the contact form below!

Just fill in your name and e-mail, type in your query and hit the “Submit” button. I’ll get back to you with a helpful answer within the next 24 hours during working days!

Thanks a lot for your interest,

Talk to you soon,

Robby Kukurs
English Fluency Expert
Check out my English Harmony System HERE!

Comments or questions are welcome.

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  • Here’s what I want you to read first:

    When you’ve those steps implemented, start engaging in A LOT OF spoken English practice, that’s the only way to rapid oral fluency improvement! 😉

    More info here:



  • Ligori

    Hi Robby,

    Help me! Now I am in critical condition. How to improve my spoken English skill in short time. Please reply. I am waiting for your reply. Thanks in advance.

  • Nene

    Ican’t do a problem
    with my teacher 😛

  • No problem! 😉

  • Nene

    I download the E-Book and Thx very very very much 

  • Nene


    Don’t care

    and ThX So much . 🙂

  • Nene

    Why you don’t answer me robby ?

    ok , as u  like robby .

    and ThX for Everything ….

  • Nene

    Robby i write my e-mail in there but the ebook doesn’t download , i don’t know why and what am going to download it before my exam in the school bc i’m going to study in ur ebook plz if u can help me  .

    Regards ,

  • Nene

     ok , i’ll download it

  • You’re welcome to download the free eBook ‘Practical English Grammar’ here: 

    It focuses on certain English Grammar aspects not mentioned anywhere else so you may want to check it out!

  • NeNe

    Hi Robby
    In other english exams i dont do very well in grammar just …….
    Its abig problem and i always be sad why i cant understand the grammar good …..
    I do very good in the writing,speaking, and any question but not the grammar , what i must do to be a very good in the grammar
    … maybe its not very important in the speaking but its more than important in the exams .. 🙁

  • Noor


    and thanks very much Robby 
    See you 

  • My advice – never memorize abstract vocabulary lists, especially – different meanings at once. It will make them mixed up in your head and you’ll find it near-impossible to use those words in your conversations!

    Here are a couple of articles you should read: 

    And the last piece of advice – never learn new English vocabulary through your native language. Use English – English descriptions only!!!

  • Noor

    I mean how you saved in your brain a lot of vocabulary which it have a different meaning 

    ………Thats need along time to know a lots of vocabulary ..yes??
    see you …..

  • Noor

    yes… but
    Do you think that i can speak fluency if i always study and how i can know that this vocabulary in this sentences or not…….. Thats So hard Robby …

  • Hi Noor,

    Of course the experience of real English conversations with real people is invaluable.

    Still, as a preparation for real life conversations self-practice is invaluable, and it’s 100x better than just relying on passive input… only to discover years down the line that it hasn’t improved your oral fluency! 😉

  • Noor

    but i hope to make a chat with any one who speak English to improve my English speaking 

  • Noor

    Thank you Robby 
    I will do every thing you tell to do am really don’t know how much ((Thank you )) I will say it for you .
    am learning from your website every time and listening to your videos all the time Thank you very very very very very Much Take care bye   

  • Hi Noor,

    I suggest you do the following things in order to improve your English while living in non-English speaking society:

    1. Engage in as many self-practicing sessions as possible speaking about ALL possible topics. That will force you to look up relevant words etc so you’ll widen your vocabulary that way.

    2. Re-tell news articles and other English content during your self-practice sessions to facilitate your ability to speak and also to imprint naturally occurring speech patterns into your mind.

    Basically you have to make it your second nature to spend at least 20 – 30 minutes a day speaking in English with yourself. You’ll be learning a lot during those sessions and you also have to use the Internet to look up how things are said correctly in English etc. Don’t learn separate words and verb forms – just try to speak and if you feel you need help, write things in Google and see if such sentences and phrases come up, and if there’s any mistakes, Google will suggest you the correct way of saying that particular thing.

    Here are a few articles you should read about this whole thing: 



  • Noor

    Hi Robby , First thank you for this website , am really understand lots of thing in it , am from Jordan so my native language is Arabic , and my family ,friends and the other speaking arabic , and i love English so much but how i can do that there is no one speak to me in English just in the English class ……and there is alot of vocabulary in English and some vocabulary has a lot of meaning in Arabic how i can know it …. and how i can understand whats people saying ….. and don’t forget that i live in a country the other speak Arabic in it i think its a big problem ……. but my teacher in the school told me that am good and a fantastic in the write …and i have a very big problem in the verbs when i write i don’t know whats the right verb in this sentence or another and i think you see my write i don’t do very well i know that but i want to be like you BC i love English from i was a little 
    i will be very happy if you can help me Best wishes for you 

  • Hi Michael,

    When you’re reading fiction, you definitely don’t have to make sure you learn all words you come across. Some authors use very specific vocabulary which mightn’t be used in real life conversations, and you’re much better off focusing on more relevant vocabulary.

    Speaking of language used in films – it’s more relevant to real life conversations but then again – you don’t have to add EVERY unknown word to your flashcard software. 

    The bottom line here is – you have to use your judgement and intuition as well. If you feel that a certain word might be of use to you because of its relevance to your interests etc, learn it. If, on the other hand, you’ve come across it only once or twice, you might just look it up and see what it means without making extra effort to memorize it.

    Here’s an example. 

    Recently I heard a word “to abscond” on the radio in context of a prisoner having absconded from a prison. To be honest with you, I hadn’t heard the word for YEARS! I remember learning it years ago when I used to learn massive English vocabulary lists, but what use of such an obscure word? Even if I didn’t know what it meant, it’d be still obvious from the context alone!

    Personally I find the idea of utilizing your existing vocabulary at 100% than learning thousands of words you would rarely use. 

    If you’re flying and feeling that it’s what you need and it doesn’t hinder your spoken fluency, however, then I’d say – learn as much as you can!

    Everything I say here on this website is from a struggling speaker’s perspective; basically I’m saying it’s not worth your time cramming obscure words in your brain while there are more important aspects of the English language to be look at, namely – SPOKEN FLUENCY. 

    But as I said – if you don’t have any issues when speaking – you may afford dedicating more time to new vocabulary acquisition and learning more specific words and expressions.



  • Michael

    Ok. I Have a few questions about a way to improve my english skills. First of all I have to mention the fact that I’am the student of bilingual high school in Poland. We have C1 level of English in our school. I have more english lessons than an average student in my country (2 out of 6 lessons a week are with a native speaker). So far I’ve been watching movies in english (mostly without subtitles), reading english books, listening to english radio… But I still have a problem with speaking. I know that while i’m watching TV or reading a book I’m just improving my passive vocabulary. But It’s worth mentioning that I’ve been using spaced flashcard repetition system (Anki program) since February 2012. And I’ve been jotting down some interesting words that I’ve spotted. I should say that it really helped to improve my active vocabulary. I just feel that the words that I added into the program are used by me in normal conversations in classroom. But I still have a few questions: Let’s say I’am reading a book in English (now I’m reading Harry Potter) and I can recognize the meaning of some unknown words. Should I just go ahead and don’t care about understanding of all the words or should I write down all of them and put them into my flashcard program? I’m asking because while I’am reading I can guess the meaning of almost all of the words but I’m not able to use them in my conversation on daily basis. So should I try to jot down all of the words or just focus on these word that I can’t recognize at all (Of course in order to improve my active vocabulary). And second question: I’ve been trying to watch at least 2-3 movies in English a week. I am watching them without subtitles because I want to improve my listening skill. I also write down some of the phrases, words, idioms that I hear in movie. One week ago I started watching American sitcoms (Gossip girl, Friends) and they are not very hard to understand. But sometimes I’m not familiar with the slang and idioms used by actors. But I’ve found transcripts for these series and there is my question: Should I add each unknown word from the transcript into my flashcard program or should I just watch them without looking at transcript and focus only on listening and jotting down a few words that look interesting for me? Please explain me my questions in the easiest way possible and in the aspect of improving my active vocabulary. Thanks in advance. 

  • I just tried to e-mail you using the e-mail you provided and Gmail rejects it immediately. I don’t know what’s going on, so you can just ask me the question here in the comments!

  • Michael

    I have a problem with sending you a message via this site. It says: ,,Invalis Input – Spam?” What am I supposed to do?