Become Fluent in English Today

If you want to become fluent in English today, you are going to have to put some work into it. It is however, not as hard as you may think. In fact, I will guarantee you, if you want it enough, it will work.

“You can attend English lessons as often as you want,

but there is no guarantee you will learn anything.

You have to know how to learn to be successful.”

Fiona Simpson-Stöber

The easiest and most effective way to learn a language is to do it intuitively. Once you know how to learn you will have so much fun and you will see progress very quickly.
The main thing that you need to do, is to understand why you want to learn the language and why you want to become fluent. If you give your brain a reason to do something, it has a use for the information it is trying to learn. This in turn makes it much easier to process and save as it is constantly attaching emotion to the vocabulary that you are learning.
There we have it, EMOTION. If you want to become fluent in English, or in any language for that matter, you have to add emotion to what you are learning. Words alone are meaningless, they only start to mean something when we can associate the word with an experience, which in turn leads to an emotion being docked onto the word.
In nearly 30 years as an educator, I can safely say this is by far the best advice I can give anyone who want to become fluent in English quickly.
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How to become fluent in English
Learning will be the most successful if you know how you learn. This means if you understand how your brain works then you will have a better chance of learning. Learning a language is no exception to this rule. If you want to learn English quickly and effectively then you have to find a need to do so. You have to understand why you want to learn English in the first place and if you are helping your child to improve their English for school then in order to help them effectively I suggest you start by helping them to find a need for the language.
As one of the world´s most intelligent men once said:

“Intuition is a reliable servant”

Albert Einstein

To improve your spoken English, it is all about skill and learning how to use the language without thinking too much.
You have to practise; you have to train your speech, your hearing and your mind. To be honest, it is quite similar to your acquisition of your first language.
Natural English is actually made up of loads of phrases, idioms and words that can be used in loads of different contexts making it sound so much better. Using phrases is easier than learning single words and it sounds much better example
I love using Idioms to improve my students´ English fluency. Try it out by learning a few idioms every week and integrate them into your conversation.
You will quickly notice how you will up your game.
Whoops, did you notice that? Up you game is an idiom.

Learn more about idioms in the Learnenglishwithfiona podcast here.

An idiom is a phrase or saying that is commonly used in everyday English to express certain ideas or opinions. Understanding idioms is an important way to improve your English language skills, as using them requires a deeper understanding of the language.
Idioms may seem complicated at first, but they can actually be a lot of fun to learn.