5 Habits You Must Have To Speak English Fluently

By watching this video lesson, you will learn how to make your English study plan for 2020.

Lesson Notes:

  1. Organize
    • Describe
      • “Organize your plans/ideas”
      • Quote: “Organization isn’t about perfection. It’s about efficiency, reducing stress and clutter, saving time and money, and improving your overall quality of life.” – Christina Scalise
      • Quote: “For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned.” – Benjamin Franklin
      • Quote: “A good system shortens the road to the goal.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
    • 3 Benefits
      • You will “know what you know”. This will help you feel more confident when you speak in English during conversations.
      • You will see your progress and be able to know the next steps you need to take. You will also know which areas you need to focus on.
      • You will decrease the nervousness and anxiety you experience when you speak in English.
    • “How To” (visual example)
      • Keep an English study planner (Write your goals, study strategy, focus areas, and what you would like to learn)3
    • *3 words/expressions
      • Efficiency
      • Clutter
      • Anxiety
  2. Think
    • Describe
      • “(Believe that you can ) Think in English”
      • Quote: “If you believe you can, you probably can. If you believe you won’t, you most assuredly won’t. Belief is the ignition switch that gets you off the launching pad.” – Denis Waitley
      • Quote: “You must learn a new way to think before you can master a new way to be.” – Marianne Williamson
    • 3 Benefits
      • You will respond faster during conversations
      • You will learn new words and patterns faster because your brain will get used to the flow
      • You will start connecting your daily life to English
    • “How To” (visual example)
      • Keep a daily/weekly journal (Using the 5Ws to write about what happened to you throughout the day / Think about things in English as you go throughout your day. Comment on things in English.)3
    • *3 words/expressions
      • Assuredly
      • Ignition
      • Launching pad
  3. Overcome
    • Describe
      • “Overcome your fears”
      • Quote: “I have learned over the years that when one’s mind is made up, this diminishes fear; knowing what must be done does away with fear.” – Rosa Parks
      • Quote: “One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn’t do.” – Henry Ford
    • 3 Benefits
      • You will gain more confidence in yourself and in your ability to speak English
      • You will go further than you thought you could. Fear limits your full potential and holds you back.
      • You will have more courage to tackle the next English challenge
    • “How To” (visual example)
      • Challenge yourself to speak English in front of other people (On the phone, in a comment, in a Facebook group, etc)3
    • *5 words/expressions
      • “Mind is made up”
      • Diminish
      • Potential
      • “Hold you back”
      • Tackle
  4. Listen/Watch
    • Describe
      • “Listen/Watch things in English”
      • Quote: “Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.” – Stephen R. Covey
      • Quote: “The art of conversation lies in listening.” – Malcolm Forbes
    • 3 Benefits
      • You will become a better communicator
      • You will gain an understanding of how your tone of voice and intonation can change the meaning of your words
      • You will improve your pronunciation and sound more like a native English speaker
    • “How To” (visual example)
      • Watch a YouTube video and analyze it (Watch the body language, speed, tone of voice, and expressions used)3
    • *4 words/expressions
      • Intent
      • “Lies in”
      • Communicator
      • Intonation
  5. Act
    • Describe
      • “Take action (Use what you learn)”
      • Quote: “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.” – Joe Sabah
      • Quote: “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle
    • 3 Benefits
      • You will increase your confidence
      • You will improve your ability to speak off the cuff
      • You will turn short term memory into long term memory
    • “How To” (visual example)
      • Use the vocabulary/expression/idiom in a real conversation, to yourself, or in a comment (How to do this throughout the day – action plan)
    • 1 word/expression
      • “Off the cuff”





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Dorothy Rocha
Dorothy Rocha
2 years ago

You are a great teacher and a beautiful person.

2 years ago

Tiffany I would like to thank you for the bottom of my head really. I have understood every word you said. My problem is I understand English but I can’t speak but I have feeling that I will probably progress with you. I’m grad that I have you as a teacher so thank you so much.May God bless you my dear.

2 years ago

Teacher Tiffany since i started listening to your lesson i feel am opening up now to lessons, you are blessing to us all who want to become fluent. you are a hard worker and intelligent and i feel i should emulate you so that i achieve my goal. but please don’t give up helping us to be like you.

ranjeet kumar
ranjeet kumar
2 years ago

You are really a great teacher. I always prefer to learn the English language for you. I like your teaching style. I understand every single word you wrote above.

2 years ago

Teacher Tiffany you’re a bigger person, I fell so happy today cuz I became in one of your pretty students, I did it cuz with you I’m really learning the real english, in the pass I felt frustrated about learning english but I remember the first time I saw your video I felt it will be different with you, and yes, it is different, your class, your way to explain it doing it be possible for me.
Thanks teacher!

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