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hi there I'm drew badger of the world's
number one english fluency guide and it
is a pleasure to welcome you to another
advanced listening practice lesson in
this video i wanted to talk about
something that's actually one of the
most important questions are one of the
biggest or most commonly asked questions
I receive from learners and this is how
can I continue to speak fluently without
getting stuck now the reason people get
stuck there and I like to kind of go
through the the source of things you can
understand what's really happening
because there are two ways to solve
something one is like the kind of
putting a band-aid over the problem
right now and we can kind of help you do
that in this video a short-term solution
that will help you a little bit but
really the important long-term solution
and i'll talk about the long-term
solution first is really going back to
the source of why you struggle when you
speak so let's talk about that first
now the problem that people have is and
this even happens to me sometimes when
i'm trying to speak Japanese and i'll be
seeing something and maybe I can't quite
think of something it's like maybe I'd
even practice the word before so I
learned the word and then in the
conversations god I can't remember what
it was
so it could be there's again many
reasons why it can happen and this is
why it's important to think about what's
happening in that time is it a word you
know that you just forgot or is it a
word that you didn't learn before or is
it something that you just actually it's
like a like a phrase or a whole idea
that you just don't know how to explain
because you never learned how to do that
thing so it could be again something you
learn before and you forgot it or you
never learned it in the first place and
the reason why people often get stuck
is it could be again one of those
reasons or maybe you're thinking it
could be about using the grammar for
that particular phrase so you might know
how to say something but the grammar
becomes maybe the kind of sticking point
or the thing that stops you from being
able to communicate or it could be
thinking about your pronunciation or
anything else but people get stuck in
conversations for a number of reasons
and typically the reason why that
happens if we're going from the
conversation back to the source of the
problem it's because of how
we learned and when people are going
from the kind of traditional way that
people would learn English and they're
coming to my way of learning English
it's much more thinking about developing
habits as opposed to learning specific
things and obviously learn like all of
the ways of expressing yourself the
maybe particular phrases and expressions
like slang and ATMs you learn all those
things as you learn with me but you
learn them through the native way of
learning and you do that by developing
the right English fluency habits so
instead of just trying to learn all
these different pieces of information
and then think you will magically put
them together in a conversation in your
head it doesn't work that way so that's
why you have you know people that can
learn all this information but then when
they get in the actual conversation like
they run out of things to say so they
lose their words or they get stuck they
feel I I just don't know what to say for
the next thing so always try to go back
the real long-term solution to this is
actually to develop the habits that let
you speak effortlessly they let you
speak automatically that let you let you
speak fluently and continuously so all
of these things come from developing the
correct English fluency habits and
that's why these are so important to
develop but the kind of short-term
thinking if we want to get into that
because i know people want to know right
now how can I like start speaking more
and just not really worried so much
about that really the two things that
you can do number one you can relax more
in a conversation because really the
nervousness that appears in the
conversation really is the main
contributor especially when people know
the information already but they forget
it in conversation so maybe you were
practicing something but then the
opportunity arises in a conversation to
use that and you're feeling nervous and
it just doesn't come to your mind at
that time so the more you can relax and
the best way to relax really is just to
remember he like
so what if I make a mistake it's okay
like I'm just speaking with people or as
i mentioned in a previous video in this
series you can actually admit you're
feeling a little bit nervous and that's
ok so if you admit that and you just
talk about how you're feeling nervous
what kind of at the beginning of the
conversation like you know just talked
about maybe your feelings like today I'm
feeling a little bit i'm feeling a
little bit nervous and maybe it's about
conversation or something else but you
know if I forget something like this
probably the reason for it
so when you're feeling more relaxed and
conversations and you don't try to force
the language like even right now as I'm
speaking i have a general topic I'd like
to talk about but I'm not reading
anything for these lessons I don't have
any particular order in which i'd like
to say things I'm just naturally
speaking now typically my mind is
slightly ahead of what i'm trying to say
but generally I really just have kind of
a general idea of what i like to say and
then I let the words just come out and
this is what I'm trying to train you to
do as you're listening to these lessons
and in lessons like master English
conversation where we show you how the
language works and then how people
actually start using it such that you
can answer things in conversations or
just speak about whatever you like in
affluent way so again the relaxing thing
like I'm very relaxed when I do this I
really love helping people learn and I
like even getting to speak in front of
groups of people i remember not that
long ago I was giving a speech in
japanese and english at a friend of
Mines wedding and it was like I could
feel like the nervousness come up for me
but I was like excited about that
because i was really happy to get out
and speak and maybe like tell a few
jokes and make some people enjoy their
meal and their evening much more so i
was really happy to do that even if I
felt nervous or even if you feel nervous
in a particular situation you don't let
that stop you from you know actually
trying to trying to speak you you make
note of that you let people know about
the nervousness that you're feeling or
you make it clear for yourself and then
that helps you relax more in
conversations so again make it clear
number one or just remember like okay so
what if I make a mistake it's ok the
other thing you can do really the second
kind of tactical thing you can do to
improve the way you speak in your
fluency is if you kind of use your
fluency in the way that I'm speaking
right now you think about it as water
that's moving down like a mountainside
something like that so water is very
lazy and water is trying to move in like
maybe a particular way or another we're
another place and if it gets to a
particular location where it stops then
maybe the water
pools up like you've got a river and
then the water moves down over something
else but water doesn't go uphill it
doesn't go anywhere else where it would
have to require any effort it's really
just taking the laziest path and that's
what I'm really doing when I'm speaking
like this so i don't have again a clear
path about where i want to go i'm just
letting the the flow of my words come
out in a natural way
so let's say I wanted to talk about
penguins like right now I'm just
thinking about this idea of talking
about penguins now I have no idea I have
no plan talk about penguins but maybe I
can envision a penguin in my mind I'm
thinking about where they live and i
began to just get associations about ok
we have a story of a penguin and he's
walking he's on the snow and he's
hopping around and talking to other
penguins and again this is just a silly
example but it's a way a kind of kind of
way of practicing where you just think
of something and then get the visual
idea of it in your mind and then let
your mind i'll create the words that
come from that so if you can relax and
then maybe you don't know exactly how to
express something so maybe I don't know
how to express something I want to say
in Japanese I have a general idea i just
relax and maybe let the expression come
out in a slightly different way and then
if i'm speaking with someone i'll say
hey is this a good way to say it or if
they laugh at me and say oh like I guess
I didn't pronounce that correctly or I
didn't say that correctly what would be
a better way to say that
so if I'm if I'm open and honest with my
own mistakes than other people relax
more as well and they're happy to tell
me about how you shouldn't say it that
way you should stay in a different way
now if you're speaking with people and
they're nervous about trying to correct
you or something because you you have to
take that opportunity first to say hey
like I want to improve or if they laugh
at you just say all like what was funny
about that like you really want to know
so you're not angry you're not
frustrated you're just you're like
excited all like here's an opportunity
for me to learn something and so the
more you're getting excited about that
the more you're able to help other
people kind of enjoy the conversation
with you so the whole conversation
becomes better so in the short term
think about relaxing and think about how
you can just say kind of what you want
to say and I've given this example
before about phrasal verbs specifically
so let's say I have this
this bottle of water right here and
maybe you don't know exactly the way to
talk about like doing this action and
i'm going to let water come out of the
bottle into my hand now maybe you don't
know exactly how to say that but you
could say like turn the bottle and water
falls out of the bottle something like
that so that's a good way to express it
but if you're talking with a native
speaker they might say oh you tip over
or tip the bottle so you tip the bottle
and you pour out the water so it's a
similar way of expressing it but it's
more natural in native way that native
speakers would use and these are the
kinds of things that you develop in a
conversation the actual conversation is
where you develop your fluency and this
is where a lot of students miss the
whole point of being able to develop
fluency because they think fluency is
built outside of the conversation they
think okay I'm learning all of these
words and phrases and then like all use
them when i get into the conversation
like no no it doesn't work that way it
works as a thing that you develop in the
conversation itself so this is how you
develop conversational fluency and this
is why we call it conversational fluency
as opposed to like book-learning fluency
so it's not about ok i remembered all
these words and i can use them all when
I'm just talking to myself but I when I
get into a real conversation i forget
what i want to say for the words you
know they escaped my mind or you know I
get stuck whatever way you want to
express it
so in the conversation itself again the
more you can relax the more you let your
words flow like water much the more easy
it is for you to become a more confident
speaker because you're not worrying
about things and you're actually giving
the other person the opportunity to
improve with you and to have better
conversations as well anyway if you have
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How to Get Unstuck When Speaking English - Advanced English Listening Practice - 73

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