FREE GUIDE SHOWS YOU HOW TO LEARN ENGLISH FASTER BY CORRECTING 7 COMMON LEARNING MISTAKES
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Vocabulary is key to being a fluent English speaker.
But in my experience:
Many English learners struggle to remember new vocabulary.
And even if they manage to remember the words they have just learned, they usually struggle to use them.
Consistent practice and ‘memory hacking’ will help you to remember more vocabulary.
If you struggle to remember and use the new words that you learn, check out Mistake #6 in our free guide: The Busy Student's Guide To Learning English Quickly.
If you want to travel the English-speaking world without fear, then speaking English with confidence is a must.
Speaking confidently is a result of knowing what you’re saying really well.
If you’re unsure about anything, you won’t feel as confident when you speak.
A lot of English learners get side tracked and distracted when learning new language.
And that can kill your progress.
Mistake #3 in our free guide ‘The Busy Student's Guide To Learning English Quickly’ solves this issue for you.
The quickest way to make consistent progress is to consistently practice.
Learning English is a skill that rewards everyone who puts the time, energy and effort into it.
Of course, you’ll need to have the right system, but good study habits are absolutely key to learning and speaking English successfully.
If you struggle to stick to a consistent study plan for your English, then check Mistake #5 in our free guide ‘The Busy Student's Guide To Learning English Quickly’ solves this issue for you.
When you’ve been learning English for a while and you’re no longer in school, it can feel like you’re just learning on your own.
You might feel like there’s no-one who cares that you’re learning English.
Which isn’t true. There are people who care, you just don’t know them yet!
One way to stay motivated and enjoy learning English is to turn it into a game.
In our free guide ‘The Busy Student's Guide To Learning English Quickly’, we solve this issue in Mistake #7.
I’m Sam Pealing, an English language lecturer, teacher and coach from Derby – the heart of England.
I’ve been teaching English for over 10 years (with 3-4 years of those in a British university as a lecturer for English for Academic Purposes). I’ve been learning languages for even longer.
I have a CELTA, a BA in English with TESOL, a master’s degree in English Language Teaching, and I’m currently doing a PhD in Education at the University of York.
The reason I’m telling you this isn’t to just ‘toot my own horn’. It’s to show you that I’ve spent time, effort and money, studying how people learn languages.
So you can feel confident that the stuff you learn from me will be properly researched and tested.
“Learning with Sam is so interesting. His method of learning and teaching is enjoyable and, most importantly, it works. When I travel on holiday, I enjoy speaking to new people, shopping and going to new restaurants. Mostly, I enjoy the freedom I get from speaking English well. Sam is the best teacher I’ve ever had.”
The funny thing is that I'm the only foreigner who has remained in the group. More than 1/4 of the class quit.
The funniest thing though is that I gained the highest marks in the group. It was possible thanks to Sam Pealing's coaching. God knows I'm not an easy person, but Sam has no end of patience.
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