FGC Goal #1: Using American Phrases 13 – 24 in a Self-Practice Session

By Robby

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Improve Spoken English

Current Goal: Learn 50 American Phrases in 25 Days!

Hello my friends foreign English speakers on this wonderful Sunday evening!

How’s your week been?

I’ve been pretty busy learning new American English phrases, idiomatic expressions and slang words which is all part of my 50 American Phrase Acquisition Mission, and here’s the list of phrases I’ve acquired during the last six days:

Let Me Fill You In If You Haven’t Heard About This Goal Before!

Two weeks ago I decided to combine my passion for reading and my newly launched product Fluency Gym Coach Program and set a goal for my own spoken English development.

Not that I wouldn’t be happy with my current level of fluency, it’s just that the moment you decide to stop developing your spoken English skills, your fluency will deteriorate, there’s no doubt about that!

Long story short, I chose the GONE series dystopian fiction as the source for new English phraseology, and I named the mission AMERICAN PHRASE ACQUISITION MISSION for the simple reason that the author of GONE Michael Grant is an American writer and quite naturally much of those phrases and slang words originate in the United States!

Where You Can Follow My Daily Spoken English Practice Sessions

I learn two phrases every day, and the morning phrase is published on my Easy Idioms blog where I’m publishing all sorts of English idiomatic expressions.

The evening video is published on my Accent Adventure blog where I’m learning to speak with a native-like English pronunciation, and due to the nature of these phrases I’m putting on the General American Pronunciation while recording the evening American Phrase videos.

And Here’s How Following My Videos Will Benefit YOU!

You can follow my daily American Phrase videos and do all the following:

  • Learn the same phrases I’m learning;
  • Find motivation in my spoken English practice sessions;
  • Organize and structure your own self-practice sessions based on my videos; here’s the Action Plan Daily Activity Sheet (it’s part of the Fluency Gym Coach Program) I was using to organize the spoken English self-practice session in the video above:

Fluency Gym Coach Program Activity Sheet

  • Start setting your own goals and acquire phraseology more relevant to your circumstances (your work, studies, social and personal life).

Spoken English Improving SUPER-TOOLS:

Here’s the Fluency Gym Coach Program which is going to help you with motivation to keep up your fluency improvement routine as well as setting goals (just like the one I’m doing currently!) and achieve them:

Improve English Confidence

And here’s the English Harmony System de Luxe Edition which is packed full with English idiomatic expressions and phrases and is going to develop your ability to speak fluently and without much thinking (and it’s going to save you hundreds of hours in time you’d otherwise spend trying to acquire English phraseology by going the trial and error way!):

Improve English Fluency

P.S. Are you serious about your spoken English improvement? Check out the English Harmony System HERE!

English Harmony System
  • I’m glad my video made you realize it, now you just have to start taking action once more!

    Speaking of my name – well, nobody has called me Hobby yet! ;-))) I’ve been called Rubby or some people have called me by my second name Kukurs, but Hobby is a new one for me! :-)))

  • helly

    and sorry for typing your name wrong, LOL

  • helly

    hobby, you’re definitely right, I used to speak alone to training all the vocabulary I learned, now I realized that all the vocabulary i learned in this way I’m using right now, and whenever I speak English too. I regret to stop with this method, But you video made me think in continue with, this and I’ll definitely do it. Thanks you dude, you don’t know how much you did help me.