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Hello everybody out there,
How are you all doing today?
I wanna tell you something.
Yes, I really do.
I am so happy, or you can say, I am on cloud nine today. I mean it feels like achieving something you have been waiting so long to do and I think I made it.
Sorry, “we” made it.
First and foremost, I would like to thank all my dear readers who have been a part of this journey right from day 1. Thank you all for your positive responses and active participation in this course we named as “Free 30-day Vocabulary Acquisition Course”.
It wouldn’t have been possible, had it not received such a beautiful positive response from you all, and I think if not all, at least a few would have surely got benefited from this series of articles.
By the way, in case you missed the starting, you can always go back to day 1 anytime and start back again.
And you know what?
I have been in your shoes in the past and I really know what it feels like to work on your English and not get the desired results.
Back in 2008, I used to stumble upon many words and could not even speak fluently.
It was so hard for me to hold a conversation with anyone. I used to fear a lot that sometimes I had to switch to my native language.
Fortunately or unfortunately, everyone goes through their phase of struggle and learn from their mistakes.
I know many of you might be seeing yourself in the above scenario, and all I can say is, you just need to keep going and be patient. Good things take a little bit of extra time and some struggles for sure.
Just make sure you keep learning and growing your vocabulary, but please, never start learning the words from a dictionary or making a list of phrases from it and writing in your notebook because ultimately you will just be wasting your time if you do so.
Whatever you learn, make sure you learn it with context so it remains in your active vocabulary longer and you know exactly how to use it.
I really love you all guys and I really wish I could personally help you guys improve and become a fluent English speaker and it is for this reason I did this all for FREE without asking even a single buck from your pocket because I know exactly how badly people wanna improve and grow. But there are certain things that I don’t control and English vocabulary is one of them. Now I say so because it is so diverse.
I mean it was not possible for me to cover the entire vocabulary about every aspect of life in these 30 days. A month was way too less time to cover such a diverse topic.
It is for this reason, be it me, Robby or any other English blogger, we are also a constant learner. It’s not that we are the complete encyclopedia of English.
English learning is a never-ending process. I became a fluent English speaker back in 2012, but that doesn’t mean I stopped learning or acquiring knowledge. It has been more than 6 years since I started learning, practice and improving each day.
With the right methods, tips, and consistent effort you can see a major improvement in your spoken English and it begins with you taking the right step.
It is, for this reason, Robby developed “English Harmony System” that follows spaced repetition technique to ensure whatever you learn, gets subconsciously absorbed into your mind and you don’t have to force your mind into learning a long list of phrases. So in case you want to take a step further, English Harmony System can be a great tool that will definitely help you improve.
So I wish you all the best for your English journey!
Have a nice day!
P.S. Are you serious about your spoken English improvement? Check out the English Harmony System HERE!