Video Shows You The #1 Secret to
Speaking and Understanding Fluent English
Hi! I’m Mark Thomson, creator of Master Fluent English.
In this presentation, I’m going to show you the #1 secret that will help you quickly and easily SPEAK and UNDERSTAND fluent English, just like a native English speaker.
Why is it so hard to Understand
and Speak Fluent English?
The reason you can’t speak and understand high level, fluent English is because you have learned the wrong kind of English.
I’ve been learning the wrong kind of English?
What most people don’t know is there are two kinds of English.
1) Learner’s English. This is the English you have been studying. It is the reason your English doesn’t improve. Learner’s English is what non-native students learn from books, or in classes. Learner’s English is a much lower-level English for beginners. It is spoken slowly and clearly, like to young children.
2) Fluent English. This type of English is used for real communication. Native speakers only use fluent English. It is natural natural spoken English.
Learner’s English and Fluent English
are very, very different!
You have only studied Learner’s English. Because of this, when you listen to native speakers…
- …their speech sounds too fast.
- …you don’t understand all of the words.
- …you feel frustrated with your progress.
Studying Learner’s English
causes these problems:
- You can’t make long, advanced sentences when you speak.
- Your phrasing and pronunciation sound very different from native speakers.
- Your English isn’t fast and smooth like a fluent speaker.
How to fix this:
You probably feel like you have wasted many years studying the wrong thing, but I’m going to show you how to fix this problem quickly and easily!
This presentation won’t be available for long.
I need to warn you: I will probably remove this presentation soon, because many of the companies that sell English courses (and many English teachers!) are going to be angry with me for telling you this secret. So please read this presentation now, while you have the chance.
If you only study Learner’s English,
you will never improve!
If you only study Learner’s English, then your English ability is stopped at an average level. And you will never reach fluent-level English.
I understand how you feel, too, because students often write to me, saying…
“I have trouble understanding native speakers on television, on Youtube, and on the radio. I even have trouble understanding my native speaker friends and co-workers!”
And the worst thing is, these students know a lot of words…they know a lot of grammar. Some have even studied for over ten years! But they still can’t speak English very well.
Are you feeling…
…frustrated because you aren’t reaching your dream of speaking perfect English?
…disappointed, because you have tried English courses…
…or even private English lessons, and you still aren’t improving?
Then I want you to know the secret
to becoming a fluent English speaker:
#1 You need to stop studying Learner’s English, and start studying Fluent English.
#2 When you study Fluent English, you need to use advanced language learning techniques, so you can learn quickly and easily.
Stop studying Learner’s English,
and start studying Fluent Spoken English.
You might not understand this, so I’ll show you the difference between Learner’s English, and Fluent Spoken English now.
Differences between Learner’s and Fluent English:
Listen to this excerpt of Fluent Spoken English from a popular news program:
Did you understand that?
I’ll say it slower for you:
Here’s the transcription of what he said:
I’m sher-aloduh-people-er-saying where-da-we sign-up?
Here is the same phrase, spoken in Learner’s English:
“I’m sure a lot of people are saying, ‘Where do we sign up?’”
In this short sentence there are thirteen words.
Seven words sound different
from the way you probably learned them.
|Learner’s English||Fluent English|
|a lot of||alloduh|
There are many reasons why they sound different, but here is one:
In Learner’s English they teach “a lot of.” But, in Fluent English this sounds like, “aloduh.”
The “t” changes to a “d” sound, and “of” changes to “uh”
Sounds such as “sher” and “aloduh” aren’t difficult. They’re just different. That’s why the audio was difficult: In this Fluent Spoken English example, more than half of the words sound different from the Learner’s English version.
Here’s one more example:
This is some Fluent English from a news show.
Here it is again a little slower:
Here’s the transcription of what he said:
tha-wz-js not helpful
And here it is in Learner’s English:
That was just not helpful.
There are five words in this short sentence. And notice: Three out of five sound very different when spoken in Fluent English.
More than half the words in Fluent English
are spoken very differently.
|Learner’s English||Fluent English|
In these two sentences, 10 out of 18 words sound different in Fluent Spoken English. And this is typical.
FACT: More than 50% of all the words in Fluent Spoken English are pronounced very differently from the way textbooks and teachers and websites are teaching you.
So, of course it’s difficult for you to understand!
Language Learning Secret:
Speed is NOT the Problem!
This is a very important point: Speed of speech is NOT the reason that Fluent Spoken English is difficult to understand.
Here…Listen to this. It’s not fast at all:
Here it is in Learner’s English:
This Fluent English example was slow. The reason it’s difficult is not because native speakers talk fast. It’s difficult because you have been studying Learner’s English, instead of Fluent Spoken English.
Fluent Spoken English is how native speakers actually talk.
It’s time for you to stop studying Learner’s English, and to start studying Fluent Spoken English.
I want all of my students to be able to understand Fluent English. This is why I created a course with this exact goal in mind. It’s called “Understand Fluent English“.
Understand Fluent English is an ONLINE COURSE that will have you understanding difficult, high-level, natural English.
Module 1 – In the first module you begin to understand how native speakers really speak.
I show you the two reductions you need to know right away, because fluent speakers don’t usually say
"what do," and they don’t say "you." After module one you will understand what they really say, and
you will understand sentences like this:
"Ya alright? Ya look a little green! Whaddaya need?"
Module 2 - Did you know that nobody will say: "What are you doing? Do you want to go shopping?" In American English, everybody says, "Whatchya doin? Dya wanna go shoppin’?" In Module 2 I show you everything you need to know to master natural sentences like these. Soon, this will be very very easy for you.
Module 3 – Did you know that "gonna" is a word unique to the language of Fluent English? You won’t find it in most dictionaries, but we use it 100 times a day. It even has its own grammar rules. So I’m gonna show you the secret to how native speakers use it. Then you’re gonna practice using it, and you’re gonna be understanding more and more Fluent English!
Module 4 – Fluent speakers almost never say "him" and "her." They say things like: "Ya wanna tell ‘im ‘er car ranoudda gas?"
That sentence should have been easy for you. Unfortunately, you’ve been studying learners English, so you probably didn’t understand. In module 4 we are going to fix this problem together. By the way, "Ya wanna tell ‘im ‘er car ranoudda gas?" spoken in simple learner’s English is:
You want to tell him, her car ran out of gas? Do you really want to continue studying Learner’s English like that? It’s silly.
Module 5 – In this module I’m going to make sure you understand the "missing G":
If you didn’t understand that sentence now, you will when you finish module 5.
Module 6 – you will master "gotta," "hafta," and "hasta." They are very common, but these words have special rules. In Module 6, I show exactly when you can, and when you can’t use them.
Module 7 – It’s almost impossible to have a conversation in English if you don’t understand "yer" when you you hear it. In Module 7, I make it easy for you.
Modules 8 & 9 - I’m sure this is difficult for you:
It was difficult because you probably haven’t studied the "J morph". So, in Modules 8 & 9 there are audios, videos, and exercises especially designed to make sure you always understand the eight most common
"J morphs" whenever you hear them.
Finally, phrases like this
will be easy for you to understand!
Module 11 – A lot of courses only teach common morphs, but I want to make sure you understand everything you hear. In this module, I’m going to teach you to understand the most common short words in Fluent English. You’ll be shocked that nobody every explained these to you before now!
Module 12 – you need to master the "disappearing" sounds from the beginning and ending of words. With the exercises in module 12 I’ll help you master them quickly and easily.
Module 13 – You will master a major group of words and sounds that are the reason Fluent English and Learners English are so different. You need to master them all, if you want to understand natural English conversations. You won’t find these words in a dictionary. They are only found in Fluent Spoken English. But I make sure that all my students understand these when they hear them. And you will too.
Module 14 – Three of the most common words in Fluent English will become easy for you, and you will understand sentences like this:
Did you understand the three short words in that sentence? No? Then it’s probably time to put down your books, and start learning how people really speak.
After Module 14 you will quickly and easily understand these, and everything else I’ve shown you.
Here’s why you will learn all of this quickly and easily:
Because in "Understand Fluent English" I teach you using my most powerful, advanced, language learning techniques.
* First, I use video and audio because learning a language fast requires that you see and hear the Fluent English you will be learning.
* Also I use many native speakers, because the language center of your brain absorbs material faster when it hears a variety of speakers.
I also use:
* Contextual Learning - This is the most natural way to learn the meaning of new words. It’s the same way native speakers learn!
* Pattern Recognition: So you learn grammar without memorizing rules.
* Constructions: These lead directly to fluency!
* Construction branching: This is a nearly secret technique that saves years of study time.
Finally everything is based on the Core Vocabulary principle, so that you are learning as
efficiently as possible.
I am a language learner, and a language teacher.
I know that understanding is not the only thing you want. You want to speak like a native speaker. You want to be a confident, fluent English speaker. I know this, and that’s why I created my second online course.
Speak Fluent English:
Speak Fluent English is an online course that will teach you exactly how to speak high level, perfect, fluent sounding English.
Speak Fluent English is another complete 15 modules of advanced online English training, where I teach you to speak Fluent English. I teach you with the same advanced language learning techniques I used to become fluent in my second language, and that all of my students are using, too.
Modules 1 & 2 – We start your training with constructions. Part of the reason you are having difficulty speaking fluently is because you have not been using constructions when you practice on your own. So this is where we will start. You will notice the improvement very quickly.
Modules 3 & 4 – I improve your speed using Rhythmic Acceleration. Speed is important to fluency, and Rhythmic Acceleration will have you speaking fast, fluent English like this:
Yes! I’m going to teach you
how to understand everything you hear.
Modules 5 & 6 - Your training will include four advanced English learning techniques.
* Multiple speakers
* Rhythmic acceleration
…and my favorite…
* Conversation Constructions.
This will help you create fluent responses in your English conversations.
Modules 7 & 8 - When trying to speak like a native speaker, you have to be careful or you might have very bad pronunciation. But with the Bridge Method, you slowly change your current pronunciation into perfect, fluent English pronunciation.
What is the Bridge Method?
The Bridge Method always works, because you will make a gradual, careful change from your current pronunciation, to fluent sounding English!
Modules 9 & 10 - I teach you new expressions and slang, using Construction Branching. Without Construction Branching, you’ll probably never use what you’ve learned in actual conversations.
Modules 11, 12, 13 - You will be training with reduction groupings. This is very advanced! And this is also where you truly start speaking fluent English, as everything you learned in the previous units finally comes together.
Module 14 - We work with a new fluency technique that breaks long, difficult tasks into smaller, easier tasks. This is another key to fast, fluent English!
Module 15 - A final review of everything you’ve learned. It also has a special test designed to make you THINK in English. This will show how much you have improved.
What do these online courses cost?
You are probably wondering how much this costs. Before I say the price, I want to tell you about a free online bonus course that I want to give you.
American Conversations Volume 1 Online
When you finish the Understand Fluent English, and Speak Fluent English online training courses, you will will have everything you need to understand and speak fluent English. So now it’s time to start studying real conversations.
You need to study actual, real conversations.
So I have a third online course for you. It’s called American Conversations.
Here’s a preview of what you get.
American conversations is real recordings of real conversations. No learner’s English, no text-book English. These are natural, unscripted and live recordings of native speakers.
In American Conversations you get 12 modules of online training.
Here, you’ll discover what an actual conversation between two native speakers is like. You’ll see the real words and phrases that native speakers actually use….and you’ll learn them all!
If you study real conversations,
you’ll learn real English.
Imagine a detailed breakdown of a 20 minute, live conversation. You’ll learn all the idioms, slang, and expressions used in the conversation. And using advanced language learning techniques, you’ll master them all.
Here’s what you need to do right now:
To get my online courses “Understand Fluent English,” “Speak Fluent English,” the bonus course “American Conversations“, simply click below.
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