Learning a language is an amazing thing which opens doors to opportunities for professional and personal growth but the problem is we don’t often do it as well as we could (not always our fault!)
We often spend most of our time studying lists of vocabulary and grammar rules, doing exercises in textbooks (because we don’t know how to do it any differently) and then we expect to express ourselves confidently and fluently.
Unfortunately this doesn’t happen, as you and I know!
And the result is, after months or even years of studying and we can’t communicate effectively, we feel stuck, frustrated and unmotivated (and we often blame ourselves!)
The good news is that after more than 25 years of teaching and learning languages; observing, listening and reflecting, I believe I’ve found the answer.
Do you want to express yourself more confidently and fluently in English?