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faridantix - 03/10/2011 09:05 AM
#41

Good morning guys :addfriends
EnosChristi - 06/10/2011 09:05 PM
#42

wow nice thread! thanks for the tips!

btw, how about watching movies with english subtitles? is that effective?

or just effective for listening?

thanks before~ flower:
orichan - 06/10/2011 10:09 PM
#43

thank you for the tips. ricebowl:
Winterfall - 07/10/2011 08:55 AM
#44

thanks for TS..
i'll make my english fluently..
i can do it D
weqqss - 07/10/2011 01:16 PM
#45

i'll try it.. D
but , if we just speak english like TS said , how to use Past Tense in Conversation?
Maybe little Learning Grammar it's OK.. D
MinGG[i]R - 07/10/2011 05:55 PM
#46

what a surprise suggestion. Even I never thought about it..thank you Mate !
Mushthofa - 07/10/2011 09:14 PM
#47

well, thx for this thread, it motivates me to learn english deeply,
sampingan89 - 08/10/2011 01:02 AM
#48

wow, really nice tips!!! i totally agree.. thanks for share!!
faeezhar14 - 10/10/2011 06:24 PM
#49

i think i've read these tips. is that AJ hoge's tips?
jaribesi - 12/10/2011 11:57 AM
#50

I think,
The first time, we have to build courage.
Although you understand grammar completely but you not having courage.
You will never speak up.
carami4 - 14/10/2011 08:10 AM
#51

This is very nice tips!! I always thinking my grammar before speak. that is more each day my english does not improve yet!

I'll try doing these tips from now on. Thanks for sharing!
custom.durian - 14/10/2011 04:14 PM
#52

Quote:
Original Posted By carami4
This is very nice tips!! I always thinking my grammar before speak. that is more each day my english does not improve yet!

I'll try doing these tips from now on. Thanks for sharing!


THESE ARE nice tips. I AM always thinking ABOUT my grammar before I speak.

that is more each day my english does not improve yet!
detoong - 14/10/2011 09:00 PM
#53

Haha nice thread dude.. Yep but sometimes i found somewords that i don't know how to pronounce them. So, i try to using google translate's feature, haha that's helped me!!! Dude, i will try that.







—@detoong on Twitter™
diktaiero - 15/10/2011 01:10 PM
#54

i agree with rules number 2, don't study grammar...
studying grammar for TOEFL only...
onearata - 15/10/2011 02:05 PM
#55

wowwwwwwwww nice thread :2thumbup


but which one that important have a lot of word or can make alot of phrase..??

I don't have much money and much time to take English courses eventhough that have native speakers facility . iti one of the problems..??

Wolud you give me some advice ..???
soulsatisfction - 16/10/2011 05:29 AM
#56

i could speak english because my friend is bule but i had a problem with structure and grammar.. may i know to solve that? thank you D
mnemonix - 16/10/2011 10:52 AM
#57

Interesting tips. I just gut my TOEFL iBT score, and the worst part is the speaking section.

hammer:
azora.cho - 16/10/2011 03:51 PM
#58

Quote:
Original Posted By englishfirstID
RULE 1: Always Study and Review Phrases, Not Individual Words


Never study a single, individual word. Never. When you find a new word, always write down The Phrase it is in. Always.

When you review, always review all of the phrase,.. not the word.

Collect phrases.
Your speaking and grammar will improve 4-5 times faster. Always write the
complete phrase.

Never again study a single word. Never write a single word in your notebook,
Learn Phrases Only.Phrases are GROUPS of words that naturally go together.


**RULE 2: Don't Study Grammar

Stop studying grammar.
Stop studying grammar.

Right now. Stop. Put away your grammar books and textbooks. Grammar rules
teach you to think about English, you want to speak automatically-- without
thinking!

So Rule 2 is: Don't Study Grammar!


**RULE 3: The Most Important Rule-- Listen First


What is the rule that Humberto found? Simple. The rule is listening.

Listening, listening, listening.

You must listen to UNDERSTANDABLE English. You must listen to English EVERYDAY. Don't read textbooks. Listen to English.

Its simple. That is the key to your English success. Stop reading textbooks.

Start listening everyday.

**Learn With Your Ears, Not Your Eyes

In most schools, you learn English with your eyes. You read textbooks. You
study grammar rules.

Spend most of your study time listening- that is the key to great speaking.


**RULE 4: Slow, Deep Learning Is Best

The secret to speaking easily is to learn every word & phrase DEEPLY. Its not enough to know a definition. Its not enough to remember for a test.

You must put the word deep into your brain.
To speak English easily, you must repeat each lesson many times.

You must learn English deeply.

Learn deeply, speak easily.
Learn deeply, speak easily.

How do you learn deeply? Easy-- just repeat all lessons or listening many times. For example, if you have an audio book, listen to the first chapter 30 times before you go to the second chapter. You could listen to the first chapter 3 times each day, for 10 days.


**RULE 5: Use Point Of View Mini-Stories


I call these stories "Point Of View Mini-Stories". They are the most powerful
way to learn and use English grammar automatically.


Use Point of View Stories for Automatic Grammar
Use Point of View Stories for Automatic Grammar

You must learn grammar by listening to real English. The best way is to listen to the same story... told in different times (points of view): Past, Perfect, Present, Future.

How do you do this? Easy! Find a story or article in the present tense.

Then ask your native speaker tutor to write it again in the Past, with Perfect
tenses, and in the Future. Finally, ask him to read and record these stories
for you.

Then you can listen to stories with many different kinds of grammar. You
don't need to know the grammar rules. Just listen to the Point of View stories and you will improve grammar automatically!



**RULE 6: Only Use Real English Lessons & Materials


You learn real English if you want to understand native speakers and speak easily. Use real magazines, audio articles, TV shows, movies, radio talk shows, and audio books.

Learn Real English, Not Textbook English
Learn Real English, Not Textbook English

To learn real English, you must listen to English that native speakers listen to. You must watch what they watch. You must read what they read.

Listen only to real English
Listen only to real English
Listen only to real English

How do you learn Real English? It's easy. Stop using textbooks. Instead, listen only to real English movies, TV shows, audio books, audio articles, stories, and talk radio shows. Use real English materials.



**RULE 7: Listen and Answer, not Listen and Repeat


Use Listen & Answer Mini-Story Lessons
Use Listen & Answer Mini-Story Lessons

In each Mini-Story Lesson, a speaker tells a short simple story. He also asks
a lot of easy questions. Every time you hear a question, you pause and
answer it.

You learn to answer questions quickly-- without thinking. Your English
becomes automatic.

How can you use Listen & Answer Stories? Easy! Find a native speaker tutor.

Ask him to use this method: Ask him to tell a story... and to constantly ask
you easy questions about it. This will teach you to think quickly in English!

You can also find Listen & Answer lessons. They will teach you to think quickly in English.

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wah . . ..nice rule . . . . thaxs for the tips
tanpamoney - 17/10/2011 12:13 AM
#59

nice share gan...

i think grammer is priority but u say STOP STUDY GRAMMER..

right,, grammer make me so confuse hammer:

--sorry, my english not good Yb --
kaskoos - 18/10/2011 07:31 PM
#60

dear EF,

I wanna ask, but my question is oot

how do we say ''siapa rekan kerja yang paling mendukungmu?'' in english?

thank you in advance
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