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How English Fluency Issue Manifests Itself

How English fluency issue manifests itself

You suddenly can’t pronounce the words normally – although you know how a particular word sounds, it seemingly comes out of your mouth and distorts itself – letters get mixed, endings change and you have an impression that it’s another person speaking – not you!

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You can’t find the right words as you speak – you know what you want to say and normally you even don’t have to force yourself to consciously think about the words as such. However, when this English fluency issue is present, you seem to have lost it all and as you keep on speaking you can lose the whole concept of what you wanted to say – all because you concentrate on finding the right words!

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You can’t maintain the clearness of thoughts – you are struggling to stick the words together but as a result the sentences coming out of your mouth are often hard to understand and lack the logical structure;

Solution: Clear Your Mind and Achieve Complete English Fluency in 4 Easy Steps!

No matter how good your English grammar is, sometimes you get everything wrong – tenses mixed up, incorrect forms of the verbs replacing the ones you needed to use and so on…

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You have a notion as if hundreds and hundreds of English words are floating in your mind and it becomes nearly impossible to pick the right ones and form a proper speech. On the contrary, when your English speech is normal you just speak without having anything else in your mind!

Solution: Learn How to Learn English Contextually so That Only the RIGHT Words Appear in Your Mind!

To your utter dismay you can clearly notice that you think in your mother’s tongue and the resulting speech is a translation – not a normal speech!

Solution: How to Develop Your Ability to THINK in English

Even if you don’t think in your native tongue you experience an odd thing – as you speak, wrong words replace the right ones – even if they don’t sound similarly and there’s no other obvious connection between them!

Solution: Conquer Your Fear of Making Mistakes when Speaking English!

And, of course, the most devastating thing of all – your confidence is just literally draining away 😳 when you feel these symptoms take place!

Solution: How To Achieve Truly Confident Spoken English!

I guess by now you have certainly recalled nearly all these English fluency issue symptoms having manifested themselves at some stage in your life.

This whole English fluency issue seems to be something like a mental syndrome and probably only a psychotherapist could help with it…

Once I had such a thought as well, yes, but since I dealt with this speech problem myself – I can assure you that you also do it without attending a doctor! 😉

But now let’s talk about what’s happening behind the scenes when this issue occurs and let’s analyze the very roots of these sudden changes in ability to speak English normally.

Robby

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  • zako ikay

    gracias

  • Hi Sasa, 

    I really appreciate your comment and while I don’t consider myself an authority, I believe I know quite a lot of useful information which results in a certain level of expertise.

    Anyway, speaking of learning English from movies and reading, your focus definitely should be put on learning word combinations and patterns rather than translating content on a word-by-word basis.

    Your goal is to eliminate translation and perceive English speech, read in English and speak in English without involving your native language. 

    A few tips:
    * always use only English – English dictionaries explaining new words using other English words and concepts
    * learn new vocabulary in context, don’t learn separate words
    * never learn various synonyms and meaning of the same word at once because it makes you analyze your speech when you speak; instead aim for learning a certain phrase or word combination containing that word
    * speak as much as you can after watching a film or reading a book – use different expressions learnt from them etc. Basically make it your habit to summarize any English content for yourself by speaking it out loud thus ensuring you develop your fluency and communication skills.

    Hope this helps a bit!

    Regards,

    Robby 😉

  • Sasa Milosevic

    Everything is the truth. As you scanned my head in the moment of “language panic”.

    One question: how to learn english from novel, stories, articles, movies? Should we learn it as word by word, or phrase by phrase or… ?

    Is there some sheme for our problems you successifully diagnosed in the article.

    Thanks. You are great guy. You become my authority in English language.  

  • Thanks Krishan, I’m glad you find my advice useful and I hope you’re putting it to good use! Stay tuned for regular blog updates and talk to you soon,

    Robby

  • KRISHAN

    WONDERFUL FACTS,EVERYTHING YOU NARRATE IS WELL FAMILIAR TO ME,ALSO THINGS ALREADY RUINING IN MY HEAD.RECENTLY I GOT CHANCE TO GO ACROSS YOUR SITE AND NOW I AM PRACTICAL Y DOING EVERY THING TO SPEAK LIKE A NATIVE GUY .HOPE TO BUY YOUR GOLDEN RULES VERY SOON ,PLEASE HELP ME ROBBY .THANKS ..YOUR THE ONLY ONE ON EARTH TELLING BEST WAY TO GRAB THE THINGS, KRISHAN  

  • Well… You can always try the English Harmony System 😉
    http://englishharmony.com/improve-spoken-english.php 

  • i wish i become fluent in English in less than one month !! my poor English communication skill is preventing of finding of getting a job that i always dream of ):

  • Thanks for your comment, and keep checking my blog regularly for new articles and videos! 😉

  • aana1002

    hi Mr. Robby kukurs!! i am one of your fans.. you’re sooo goood and you really are helping me speak english fluently. i am just a beginner and i am really hoping that i will end up fluent in english.

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