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Can't understand native English, movies, Netflix series?: From  Why is it that you can understand some English speakers and not others? Why is it even harder to understand native English speakers in movies or Netflix series?   At the end of this, I’ll share how to learn English online with live native...

Can't understand native English, movies, Netflix series?: From Why is it that you can understand some English speakers and not others? Why is it even harder to understand native English speakers in movies or Netflix series?   At the end of this, I’ll share how to learn English online with live native...

DinGo Natural English Podcast | Listening & Speaking Lessons


Can't understand native English, movies, Netflix series?: From Why is it that you can understand some English speakers and not others? Why is it even harder to understand native English speakers in movies or Netflix series?   At the end of this, I’ll share how to learn English online with live native...

DinGo Natural English Podcast | Listening & Speaking Lessons

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24 minutes
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Jun 20, 2020
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From https://www.gonaturalenglish.com/cant-understand-native-english-movies-netflix-series/ Why is it that you can understand some English speakers and not others? Why is it even harder to understand native English speakers in movies or Netflix series?   At the end of this, I’ll share how to learn English online with live native tutoring, with the opportunity to get 100% of your tuition refunded!!   This is how your English teacher talks.    And this is how other people might talk.   A lot of people learn English with movies and Netflix series, becoming fluent for free and having fun doing it. Many of them never even took traditional English classes.   Then, there’s you. YOU probably learned English in a classroom. You are working hard, studying to memorize vocabulary, grammar rules, and maybe you’re going to sit for a test like the IELTS or TOEFL.    But none of these things prepare you to understand the real world of English speakers. In fact, tests like the IELTS and TOEFL have been engineered to keep regular people out of programs and opportunities, while rewarding rich students who have money for test-prep programs.   Maybe you feel like your English textbook has lied to you about what you really need to communicate in English. You’ve put English courses and test prep books on your credit card, but you still can’t speak with or understand native speakers.   In Netflix series and in American movies you hear slang words you never learned in class, accents that your teacher never showed you, cultural references that you never had time to discuss in class (or maybe your teacher didn’t even know) and most of all — a lot of dialogues that never made it into your textbook. Imagine if a movie had a scene about the famous textbook phrase, the book is on the table?!   Fluency seems like a distant dream. How do they do it? How do people understand and even learn English with movies and Netflix series?   Seeing all those people who learned English as a second language speaking fluently and confidently, it baffles you, especially at such a young age.   The dreams you have of speaking English fluently seem like just that – distant dreams. You realize that English classes are a joke, and you’re on the losing side of this kind of education that is not working.   But what if I told you this is wrong? There’s a way to get there. There’s an equation behind fluency!    I’ll warn you it’s not always easy, it can be a challenge, but there are clear steps you can take on your own, for free, to reach fluency.   But at the end of this road lies freedom, the freedom of fluency and never having to take another class.   So, are you with me? Let’s get fluent. Let’s go.   What do you really think about fluency? Do you think that only other people, people who are smarter, younger or who have the chance to live abroad can reach it?    Maybe you even look at people who become fluent in English with some disbelief. Did they pay a lot of money to study abroad? Or maybe they grew up with an English-speaking friend or family member?    You look at people who have become fluent and wonder how did they get there? The truth is, they didn’t get there taking traditional English classes. They have a better formula for becoming fluent than you do.   So again you wonder, what is this formula?   Stop chasing fluency.    Fluency comes to you in direct proportion to the amount you use English with real materials and in real conversations.    After the high beginner level, you should be using native-speaker materials to learn like Netflix series, movies, books, etc and having conversations with natives (and non-native speakers too of course).   If you keep speaking English, people will speak to you in English. Why? It’s about communication. And when you use more English, you’re giving yourself more chances to practice and learn. Even if you make mistakes, those are not bad. Those are changes to make and improve.    If you want fluency, you shouldn’t be chasing fluency,
Lansat:
Jun 20, 2020
Format:
Episodul Podcast