We Create English Fluency Issues for Ourselves!

By Robby

If you are new here please read this first.

Here’s how to improve your English listening skills when listening to my video: put the headphones on, playback the video and write it all down while listening to it!

Improve Spoken English

This one may come as a shock to you, my friends, but the fact of the matter is that sometimes those terrible problems we experience with our English fluency are our own making.

Yes, you heard me right – we create a lot of our fluency issues for ourselves, and there’s no-one else to blame for it but us!

Sure enough, we’re not even aware of the fact that we’re contributing to our inability to speak fluent English, but the good news is that it is relative easy to get our fluency back on track if you know the right techniques and methods, and that’s exactly what today’s video is all about.

So don’t despair, watch the video and you may just learn the right approach to fix your fluency issues on 5 occasions out of 10!

Chat soon,

Robby 😉

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  • Hi Baran,

    Do you mean this article here: http://englishharmony.com/headphones/ ?

    If that’s the one you read, you must have read the bit where I’m saying that the notion of training yourself to understanding what’s being said by making it harder is the same as running with your legs chained! 😉

    So, anything that makes the listening experience easier is fair game – except for subtitles which facilitates the “writing mode” syndrome I’m talking about here: http://englishharmony.com/why-cant-speak-fluently/ – that’s what I would call a real “addiction” and you should wean yourself off of using subtitles as soon as you can understand 90% of what’s being said.



  • baran

    Hello robby.
    I got a question about using the headphones.
    I read an article about this. But actually when I use it is easy to understand . But without it it is more difficult. Doesn’t it look like an addiction for that? I mean because without it listening is difficult.