Speak English Fluently

  

There are hundreds of different methods of learning a foreign language, and all of them advice practicing the language skills of reading, listening and speaking, using any number and combination of routines. 


Amelia Friedman writes in The Atlantic: “Less than one percent of American adults today are proficient in a foreign language that they studied in a U.S. classroom.” The methods that we use to learn new languages are the problem, not the learners.


Conscious learning of the language skills separately (reading, listening, and speaking) is a common feature of all conventional methods of learning a foreign language. Conventional methods are characterized by the appalling forgetting curve, besides they can't stop cross-translation in the head of adults so they continue thinking in the native language when learning a foreign language. It is a dead-end.


The question is: how do you invent a new language learning method that works? First of all, the new language learning method needs to have two basic properties: (a) it has to be currently unknown and (b) it also has to demonstrate successful results.


The patented method of subconscious Training English skills meets both above requirements: (a) it was never used before in language training and (b) it demonstrates a proven history of success as shown in these testimonials


In subconscious Training English skills a learner develops a new habit of performing three actions at the same time: reading, listening and speaking simultaneously with the speaker. This three-action activity presents the brain with a challenging workload and automatically stops cross-translation into the native language. When cross-translation is stopped, a foreign language center is formed in the brain of an adult because old symbols which were previously wired together with the words of the native language are now re-wired to the English words in the course of multiple simultaneous repetitions.


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