Check Out My First EVER Interviews – All About Me, English Fluency & How To Stop Struggling When Speaking in English!

By Robby

If you are new here please read this first.

 Recently I got interviewed by two English teachers for their websites – Ben who lives in Spain and Nate who’s settled down in Japan.

These are my first interviews I’ve ever done, and as you can imagine, I had to use some of my own English fluency management strategies to keep a cool head, gather my thoughts and speak fluently because stress levels were high – especially in the beginning of those interviews! 😀

Listen to my interview with Ben HERE!

And here you can watch 2 YouTube videos containing fragments from my interview with Ben:

Click HERE to listen to me talking with Nate!

What you can expect to hear in those interviews is pretty much everything about my background as a foreign English speaker – starting from my years long struggling to speak English fluently and ending with useful tips for my fellow foreigners on how to maintain fluent English speech.

You’ll also find out in those interviews:

  • what is a “writing mode” of your mind and why it prevents you from speaking English fluently (interview with Ben)
  • why speaking with yourself is the best way to improve your English when there’s no-one to talk to (interview with Nate)
  • and a whole lot more!

So if you’ve got nothing to do on this Friday night (or any other day of the week), sit down at your laptop or PC and listen to me spilling the beans about what real English fluency is all about:

Listen to my interview with Ben HERE!

Click HERE to listen to me talking with Nate!

Let me know what you think in the comments below! 😉

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

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  • Thanks, and speaking with oneself is indeed a brilliant method of developing one’s fluency. You may want to check out my latest videos where I’m speaking with myself in a car while driving to work (just to give others an idea of what such self-practice looks like etc.)

  • katy643210

    iv just listened to ur interview w/ Nate and i have to say it’s not at all strange to talk to urself as way of practicing english because i do it constantly, altho i’m not as fluent as u are, i shud be doing it more religiously as u suggested. Brilliant!

  • Thanks!

  • Francisco Javier

    Very interesting interviews.