1 Effortl ss ENGLISH Automatic English for the People Special Edition #7 SpecialEdition #7 7 RULES for EXCELLENT ENGLISH > > > > > > Rule #7: The Number 1 Key tofaster Speaking!
2 AJ Greetings from Hello everyone. Welcome to the Effortless English Newsletter Special Editions! Each of these seven editions will guide you through my 7 Rules for Excellent English step-by-step to help you become a better English speaker. This program is a powerful new method for English learning. You ll watch a video teaching a new rule every day for seven days. Each of my seven rules teaches you a totally different way to learn English. After seven days, you ll know the complete Effortless English system! Every Special Edition of this newsletter contains the text version of the daily video. You can download the free audios by clicking on the links that say Download this Podcast! This way, you can listen as you read along. Each lesson will teach you a powerful new rule, such as The Truth About Grammar (Rule 2) or The Number One Key to Faster Speaking (Rule 7). Learning how to speak better English is simple and fun! So let s get started... Effortl ss ENGLISH newsletter 1
3 Rule #7: Use by AJ Hoge Listen-and- Answer Stories to Speak English Automatically! Hi, this is AJ, and you made it, rule number seven, our final rule. Here it is. Rule seven is this Use, listen-and-answer stories. Use, listen-and-answer stories to speak very quickly, to understand immediately and, really, to speak English automatically. When I say speak English automatically, what I mean is this. I mean that you are thinking in English. There s no translating happening. You re nohinking about rules. You re norying to remember a bunch of vocabulary. You re noranslating from English to your language to understand and then from your language back to English when you need to speak. Some people learn to do that translating very quickly, but even if you learn to do it quickly it s still not instant and automatic. To truly speak like an American, a Canadian, a British person, to truly speak effortlessly, you have to be thinking in English. It s the only way to do it. How do you learn to do that? You use listen-and-answer stories. I saved it for last, because this is the most powerful rule of all, in my opinion. They re all powerful. You should use all of them, buhis one I feel is the most powerful. So, let s talk about what it is. It s the key to Effortl ss ENGLISH newsletter 2
4 faster English. It s the key to more natural speaking. It s the key to instant, automatic understanding and speech. Before I tell you whahis is exactly, let me talk about what happens in normal schools. So, in a normal school using the old methods, the old methods which are like 200 years old or older, these are really old methods, what do you do? You learn with your eyes. You sit on your butt in a chair and you watch a teacher up in the front of the class and the teacher writes a bunch of rules and vocabulary and translations and you take notes and then you all look in the textbook and you do exercise number four, page 78 blah-blah-blah. You also do a lot of listening and repeating. The teacher might put on a CD or if the teacher can speak English themselves and many times they cannot, but if they do know English somewhahey might say like an English phrase or sentence and then you repeat after them. So, the teacher says Hello, how are you? And then says Class, repeat after me. Hello, how are you? And the whole To really speak effortlessly, you mushink in English. It s truly the only way to do it. class together says Hello, how are you? I m fine and you? Class, repeat. And then the class says I m fine and you? Listen and repeat. In a lot of CDs ouhere it s the same thing, right? You hear an English phrase and then you repeat it. You hear it. You repeat it. Here s one of the problems with listen and repeat. You can jusurn your brain off when you do that. You can repeat it, but you might not understand it. You might not know what you re really saying. You might be pronouncing it completely wrong, but you just repeat, repeat, repeat. Your brain turns off. You don t need to think in English at all. You don t even need to understand what you re saying. So, it s not powerful. It s not a good way to learn English. And, of course, as we all know, it s very boring. So that s what happens in normal school, regular school, regular textbooks, regular programs. Listen-and-answer stories are different. It s a special kind of story designed to help you understand English instantly and then use it very quickly. This story is designed, the way we do Effortl ss ENGLISH newsletter 3
5 these stories, they re created and designed to teach you to think in English, understanding and speaking. No more translation. No more thinking about rules. No more thinking about anything. It s just you understand instantly and when you wano say something it just pops out of your mouth automatically. So, how do we do this? Well, what happens is the teacher asks a very interesting, strange and funny story and then the student immediately and constantly answers a series of questions. Now, you notice I said the teacher asks the story, not tells the story. What does that mean? Well, it means instead of juselling a story. There was a dog. The dog was hungry and he weno the store and he bought some cereal. That s juselling a story, fact, fact, fact, fact. That s okay. There s nothing wrong with that, buhis method is much more powerful. So instead of doing thahe teacher would say What was there? Of course you have no idea, but you would just guess. Ah a person. A boy. A dog. A man. And then the teacher would say Ah, there was a dog. And then the teacher would say What did the dog want? And again, you don t really know, so you would say Ah, ah, ah, to go to the park, to go to school and to swim. And then, eventually, the teacher would give you the answer. The dog wanted to eat. Then the teacher would ask a lot, a lot, a lot of very simple but fast easy questions about information you already know in the story. The teacher would say What was there? And you would say A dog. You d answer very quickly and instantly. What did the dog want? To eat. Did the dog wano sleep or did the dog wano eat? To eat. Who wanted to eat? Effortl ss ENGLISH newsletter 4
6 In real conversations, one person speaks, then the other one. You need to respond immediately. In real conversations, there is no time for translating! The dog. And this would go on and on and on, very fast, lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of questions. Sometimes the teacher would add new information with these questions and you d just guess. And then a lot of times the teacher is asking lots of different kinds of questions about information you already know. That s how the teacher asks the story instead of telling the story. Now, you as the learner, you as the student, are constantly hearing these questions and answering as fast as you can. It s like a game. So, you hear it and you try to instantly answer it. Now, the questions are very, very simple and easy and that is by design. As the teachers we wanhe questions to be simple and easy. See, if we ask you a bunch of difficult questions you re going to pause. You re going to stop. You ll starhinking. You might have time to translate. But by answering you very fast, simple, easy questions, they re so easy that you don t need to think. You don t need to translate. Instead you understand them very quickly and then you answer very fast. This is how the training starts, you see? So, you start learning to understand faster, understand faster, understand instantly without any kind of translating and by trying to answer faster, faster, faster, with just one word or two words, you re training your brain to respond in English faster and faster and faster and faster, so you re understanding faster. You re answering faster. This is how real conversations happen, right? There s a lot of back and forth. One person speaks then the other one, then the other one, then the other one. Someone asks a question, you need to understand it immediately and then you need to respond to it and answer it very quickly and immediately. There s no time for translating in real conversations. So, this is an amazing way to train you to speak English quickly, easily and automatically. It s so powerful. Now, here s the other nice thing abouhese stories. In my lessons, in my stories, my listenand-answer stories, I always do Effortl ss ENGLISH newsletter 5
7 kind of crazy, strange and funny stories. Usually the characters are little strange animals or celebrities in these very strange and interesting situations and they re entertaining, they re funny. I do that for two reasons. Number one, I want you to enjoy learning English, so that s nice, buhe other reason is the way your brain works is that it understands and remembers strange information quicker and longer than normal boring information, right? If you meet somebody if they have a strange name, you probably will remember their name more easily than if they just have a normal average name that a lot of people have, right? Our brains pay attention to strange things, to funny things, to differenhings. That s what we remember better and so if you re listening to a strange and funny story, if it has new vocabulary, you will remember that vocabulary more easily. If you re just reading some TOEFL book, you know super boring, you re not going to remember that same vocabulary word as easily, but if you hear that word in a strange, funny, interesting story with strange events and crazy characters, you will more likely remember that new vocabulary word, because it s funny, because it s strange. And, of course, I m going to be asking so many questions using that new vocabulary again and again and again, using that grammar again and again and again and again and again, you get so much repetition from these questions that it goes deep. It s deep learning. So, for all of these reasons, listen-and-answer stories are the most powerful way to improve your English speaking, the most powerful. Because in many ways, these stories use all the other rules, right? You re listening with your ears to these stories. They re audio stories. You re getting lots and lots of repetition and deep learning. You re hearing phrases and whole sentences and it s real Effortl ss ENGLISH newsletter 6
8 material. It s a real story. It s not some fake boring textbook thing and you re hearing lots of different kinds of grammar. I mean this is so powerful, these kinds of story. That s why rule number seven, the final rule, use listenand-answer stories to speak English quickly and easily and automatically to actually to think in English. That s it. You did it! You have graduated from the 7 Rules Video and Course. Congratulations. Now it s time to take action. If you wano get a different result, you have to do things differently. If you continue using the same old methods, if you continue doing the same old thing, you will continue getting the resulhat you re getting right now. If you re happy with that result, great, continue doing what you were doing in the past. It s fine. If you re not happy with your current level of English speaking then, clearly, you need to do something differently, because using those old methods will just continue to get you the same old result. I mean we all know this. It s just obvious. It s logical. If you want a different result, you have to do something differently. So, you need to take action now and you need to do something differently. You need to use all seven of these rules. Totally and completely change the way you learn English speaking and when you do that you will If you wano get a different result, you have to do things differently. If you re not happy with your current level of English speaking, then take action now and change it! get a totally different result, a much more powerful result, a better result. There s a few ways you can do this. You can create and design your own learning plan, independent learning plan. You can go out and find all your own materials. You can do all of that. It s possible. People do it. A very convenient way, a very fast way to start immediately, to staroday, is to use my lessons. My lessons use all of these seven rules, of course they do, and they re a complete audio package. By the end of using all my lessons, you get my lessons today and you listen to one lesson set for one or two weeks, two weeks is best, remember deep learning, then after about six months your English will improve so much. Your speaking will be more powerful, more automatic, faster. You ll understand more instantly. Your pronunciation will be better. Your spoken grammar will be better. All of this will improve and you ll do it by listening to interesting articles, interesting teachings about personal growth and success, crazy and funny stories and, of course, these listen-and-answer stories. That s all you do every day. For about one hour every day you will do that. I usually say four to six months is when you will feel that sudden improvement. You will improve gradually, gradually, gradually, buhen after about four-five-six months, for some people it s seven or eight, it depends, each individual is different, but around thaime, around that four-to-six month time, your speaking and your understanding and your listening will all start improving very quickly. You ll feel a big change. So, get started now. Take action. Do something different. Just go to the home page. You Effortl ss ENGLISH newsletter 7
9 can read more abouhe lessons if you like, but you can start immediately. You can start today. When you buy the lessons today, you actually get them as a download. You can start literally today. You can download your lessons today and immediately start listening. We have a guarantee, in fact. If you re not happy after six months, I ll not only give you a refund, I ll give you a two-time refund, because I know that when you use these lessons every single day you will get results. I promise you. That s my promise. So, I hope you have enjoyed these seven rules and whatever you decide, if you re going to use them individually and create your own learning plan, fine. Good luck to you, just do it. If you re going to go and buy my lessons today, great, but don t just buy them, you ve gotta use them, right? It s about taking action consistently every single day. You know whao do now. Now it s time to actually do it. All right, I wish you the best of luck. I look forward to continuing to teach you. I m happy to be your teacher and I will see you again soon. Have a great day and good luck with your English learning, bye-bye. F R O N T C O V E R Effortl ss ENGLISH newsletter 8
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