Rule 4: Slow, Deep Learning Is Best

“I want to thank YOU for the excellent work you are doing.  I think your lessons are fantastic!”
–Isa Jata, Albania.

**Rule 4:  A Story
Hyun, a student from Korea, said:

I’m a very serious student.  When studying English in Korea, I memorized 50,000 English words for a big test.  Fifty Thousand!  My problem was– I couldn’t USE them.  I could pass an English test.  But I could not understand native speakers.”

With the Effortless English system, I learned to instantly understand English. I learned how to automatically use vocabulary.  After 6 months, I could speak easily. I didn’t need to think.
Thanks so much!

**RULE 4:  Slow, Deep Learning Is Best

Hyun learned a lot of words in a short time.  Her learning was short and shallow.  That’s why she quickly forgot the words.  That’s why she could not use them. 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.

“My English is now much improved because of you, and also my understanding of native speakers is much better than before.  So I would like to say thank you very very much!”
–Mao Sokha

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6 Comments on “Rule 4: Slow, Deep Learning Is Best”

  1. But I’ve a question about new words , phrasal verbs , idioms etc , It’s almost impossible to know their meanings without using dictionary , specially phrasal verbs they might have 2 or 3 meanings , So what should we do with these things ????!!

  2. Hi. I’m from Brazil.
    Well, my doubt is, how much can I listen before read and speak reading together ?
    I guess if I listen and read, it can improve my learn, can’t?

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