Effortless English

 Effortless English

Learn The 7 Rules For Excellent English

How you learn 4-5 times faster

How you learn quickly, easily, and automatically – like a native speaker

How you learn correct English grammar, without studying grammar rules


RULE 1: Study Phrases, Not Individual Words

RULE 2: Don’t Study Grammar

RULE 3: The Most Important Rule- Listen First

RULE 4: Slow, Deep Learning Is Best

RULE 5: Use Point Of View Mini-Stories

RULE 6: Only Use Real English Lessons & Materials

RULE 7: Listen and Answer, not Listen and Repeat


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Now , let’s get started with Rule 1 or Secret 1 . And Rule 1 is to always learn English phrases, and to never, never study just individual words

So a phrase is a group of words, it’s not …. you can have a whole sentence, but it’s just a , it’s even a part of a sentence. So for example, let’s say, you have the word “hate”, H.A.T.E., “hate”, and you want to learn this new word. You can, you know, just write down the word “hate”, and then you will find in your dictionary the meaning and then you’ll memorize it

Hate, hate, hate, hate

..?That’s the old way, that’s the kind of text-book way, the school way. Right

In school you probably remembered a lot of individual words. You had those big vocabulary lists, you tried to memorize all of them, trying to remember all these individual single words. It’s not a good way to learn

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Much better if you learn a phrase, a group of words. And where do you find these phrases? You find these phrases in the real English podcasts that you’re listening to, in the real English story books that you’re reading. So you don’t memorize a list in a book

 Effortless English

RULE 1 : Learn phrases, not individual words

RULE 2 : Don’t Study Grammar
RULE 3 : The Most Important Rule- Listen First
RULE 4 : Slow, Deep Learning Is Best
RULE 5 :  Use Point Of View Mini-Stories