SPEAK ENGLISH FLUENTLY | 1 Simple Rule That Will Help You Speak English More Fluently Today

By watching this video lesson, you will Learn the simple rule that will help you to finally speak English fluently.

 

Part 1 | 3 Details

Explanation: The first part of this rule focuses on the important details of the topic, subject, or person you are discussing. In other words, you want to help your listener visualize what you are talking about.

Topic & Question: Your favorite coffee shop [Tell me about your favorite coffee shop]

My Response: My favorite coffee shop is Starbucks

3 Details:

  1. Very spacious [Facts.Details]
  2. They sell a wide variety of food and drinks [Facts.Details]
  3. They play ambient music [Facts.Details]

Support for my Response:

“My favorite coffee shop is Starbucks. The one not too far from my house is very spacious. There is enough seating in the Starbucks for about 30 – 45 people. It sells a wide variety of food and drinks. One other unique thing about Starbucks is that the managers always have ambient music playing in the background.”

  1. Spacious: having or giving more than enough space or room; vast; extensive “The house has a spacious kitchen and dining area.”
  2. Wide variety: a group of things that are very different from each other; diverse group of things “My friend said he likes a wide variety of cars.”
  3. Ambient: creating a relaxing atmosphere “I really enjoyed the ambient music that they were playing at the restaurant.”

Part 2 | 3 Examples

Explanation: The second part of this rule focuses on examples of the topic, subject, or person you are discussing. In other words, you want to help your listener understand more by giving them real-life example situations.

Topic & Question: Your personal trainer [How are you liking your personal trainer?]

My Response: I’ll be honest with you. My personal trainer makes me go hard every workout, but I really like him.

3 Examples:

  1. On the first day of training, he made me do a 45-minute circuit workout that included running, squats, weight lifting, and pushups ******[Situation]
  2. When I’m sore, he tells me to push through the pain and then makes me go harder [Situation]
  3. If I complain, he doubles my workout regimen for the rest of the week [Situation]

Support for my Response:

“I’ll be honest with you. My personal trainer makes me go hard every workout, but I really like him. On the first day of training, he made me do a 45-minute circuit workout that included running, squats, weight lifting, and pushups. After that workout, my entire body was screaming. But, instead of letting me rest when I’m sore, he tells me to push through the pain and then makes me go harder. If I complain, he doubles my workout regimen for the rest of the week.”

  1. Go hard: To work hard or to do something with intensity “The young athletes went hard in practice every single day.”
  2. Circuit workout (training): A combination of six or more exercises performed with short rest periods between them for either a set number of repetitions or a prescribed amount of time “The last circuit workout I did included squats, so my legs are hurting right now.”
  3. Body was screaming: This expression means that your body is in a lot of pain and extremely sore “Her body was screaming after she finished her 100-mile bike ride.”
  4. Push through the pain: To keep going even though something hurts “I decided to push through the pain because I really want to lose 10 pounds this month.”
  5. Double: To become twice as much or as many, or to make something twice as much or as many “The teacher doubled their homework assignment after the students got in trouble.”
  6. Regimen: Any set of rules about food and exercise that someone follows, especially in order to improve their health “After his last appointment, his doctor decided to put him on a strict workout regimen.”

Part 3 | 3 Reasons

Explanation: The third part of this rule focuses on giving specific reasons for your ideas on the topic, subject, or person you are discussing. In other words, you want to help your listener understand your thought process and how you developed your idea.

Topic & Question: Hugging your children [Do you think it is important for parents to hug their children often?]

My Response: Yes, in my opinion, parents should hug their children multiple times a day.

3 Reasons:

  1. A scientific study proved that holding children actually increases brain development ******[Support]
  2. Hugging creates a strong bond between parents and their children [Support]
  3. Hugging also helps children know that they are loved, which leads to more self-confidence [Support]

Support for my Response:

“Yes, in my opinion, parents should hug their children multiple times a day. Recently I read a scientific study that proved that holding children actually increases brain development. On top of that, hugging creates a strong bond between parents and their children. Finally, hugging also helps children know that they are loved, which leads to more self-confidence.”

  1. Prove: To demonstrate to be the specified thing by evidence or argument; to show that something is true “They suspected that she’d taken his money but they could never actually prove that it was her.”
  2. On top of that: Additionally; furthermore; in addition to something “Jane told Bill he was nice. On top of that, she said he was very handsome.”
  3. Strong bond: A bond between people is a strong feeling of friendship, love, or shared beliefs and experiences that unites them “I have a strong bond with my best friend.”
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Florence
Florence
9 months ago

Teacher Tiffani, I would like to thank you for these new words you added to my vocabulary

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