Consistency and Fast Progress to English fluency

I’ve taught many English learners over the past eight years.

At the start of our lessons, there is a lot of energy, and my learners are VERY motivated to reach a high level.

But after a few weeks or months, many lose this initial motivation and energy, and in some cases, stop learning for a period of time.

In this video, I talk about why it’s important to become consistent with your English learning, and how you can make this happen.

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How to Become Consistent (And Why It’s Important)

As I mentioned above, many learners go through cycles of learning. This is when:

  • you start learning English and spend a couple of hours each day studying
  • you then lose this initial energy and stop for a period of time
  • you start again a few months later with renewed motivation
  • you stop again, and this cycle repeats itself

If this has happened to you, it’s important to build some consistency into your learning.

The best way to do this is to use your English on a daily basis in a way that is sustainable.

Making English part of your routine, and getting into the habit of learning English, will make a massive difference over the long-term.

Incorporating English into your life, in a way that doesn’t feel like studying, will help too. An example of this is changing the language of your device into English. And it’s important to make it easy to start learning.

Additionally, making English fun will ensure that you stay consistent. Watch television, read books, and generally do things that you enjoy in English.

Don’t feel guilty about doing this: it is going to give you the input you need.

And finally, when you feel unmotivated, go back and think about the reasons why you started learning English.

Doing this will give you a boost when you need it most.

What to Do Now:

Share your experiences of learning English. Do you sometimes take breaks from learning and lose motivation?

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6 replies
  1. nur
    nur says:

    Actually,it happens to me ,but I stop learning English very short period of time such as almost a day.Then I start feeling guilty and studying English.

  2. олег евдокимов
    олег евдокимов says:

    Hi,Jack! It’s me Oleg from Sochi(Russia) Sorry for the my longtime non-responds on u e-mails. I’ve been off-line for the 2 mounths almost.Sometimes i tire of my inglish language studing and lose my consistency about it,because it seems to me my inglish sucks and i won’t reach high level never ever.But i try to get through this shit:)

    • Jack Askew
      Jack Askew says:

      It can feel difficult at times. That is why you need to make it part of your life and as enjoyable as possible. That way, it doesn’t feel like studying.

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