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Are you facing a situation where even after a longer period of time you’re not seeing any significant English fluency improvement?

Are you doing everything imaginable in order to develop your English fluency but it just doesn’t seem to be happening?

Are you:

…only to discover you still run into all sorts of fluency related issues?

RE-EVALUATE.

Look at your fluency improvement routine and ask yourself a single question:

How long do I SPEAK in English (it’s not to be confused with the TOTAL amount of time being engaged in a conversation with someone else!) on a daily basis?

Another question I want you to ask yourself is:

Am I making sure to ingrain new phraseology into my brain PROPERLY (by a way of spaced repetition so that you can use this or that particular phrase 100% automatically!), or am I just adding all these new phrases to my passive vocabulary?

If your answer to the first question is anything less than 30 minutes and the second answer is NO, then you should seriously reconsider your whole English fluency improvement routine, and you’re welcome to watch the video above to see why speaking on you own is by far the best way of accelerating your fluency improvement!

Chat soon,

Robby

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  • Hi Zizuu,

    It doesn’t have to be a massive amount of time – even 20 mins a day is going to have a huge effect on your fluency over the course of a year, for example!

    So even if you can snatch 3 – 5 mins here and there during the day to practice some English with yourself, it will all add up!

    Please refer to this video I made a few days ago for more inspiration: http://englishharmony.com/just-an-excuse/

    and also please read comment I posted literally a couple of minutes ago as a response to a very similar comment: http://englishharmony.com/spoken-english-practice/#comment-1102737663

    And of course – there are more advanced solutions to the problem you’re facing – such as my English Harmony System that provides you with all you need to practice your spoken English and develop your fluency from the comfort of your home: http://englishharmony.com/improve-spoken-english.php

    Best Regards,

    Robby

  • Zizuu

    How much time do i need to spent speaking english? I found myself a little bit to worried for my spoken english. Yes, i know that, i don’t have friends, nor i live in English speaking country, or have opportunity to speak with native speakers here. So i am trying to improve in the hard way, by myself.

    I am working 12h a day, in a IT company, all the time i speak with coworkers, on my mother language. I have no clue, how to speak with myself there.

  • That’s good to hear, congrats with great exam results and it just goes to show that taking action is just about the only way to achieve tangible results, isn’t it?

  • jose

    Hi Robby, your videos encourage anyone! including myself..I´ve spent since February more or less following your advices and, of course tanking action! In my last English exam I felt very confident and my teacher told me I have acquired a good fluency and interaction when speaking (but still I should improve my pronunciation)..anyway, I´m very happy with my results and I hope keep on my improvement : )

  • Yes, I’m taking your advice.

    I will soon start posting videos on my blog unless I have had the misfortune of meeting yet again some incompetent guy who doesn’t come up with the goods [this is an idiom, by the way].

  • Hi Thang,

    Thanks, and I’m glad you’ve started seeing the wood for the trees http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/can't+see+the+wood+for+the+trees !

    I hope to get an update from you within a couple of months reporting a significant improvement to your fluency! 😉

    Keep up the good work,

    Robby

  • Thang

    Woa, the video is totally inspired and it gives me a new perspective about how to improve my English. At the moment, I think I am reaching the plateau in the learning curve and feel a bit disappointed because of no sight of improvement. However after watching your video I realized that I haven’t worked hard enough and in a passive way. I need to use more self-talk practicing.
    Thank you very much for your time and effort you put to help us.