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- Because spending two hours per day,
which is a lot of time,
memorizing verb tables won't help you.
Hello, everybody.
This is Jack from tofluency.com.
In this video, I'm going to answer
a very common question that I get from English learners like you.
And that question is this.
How long will it take me to become fluent in English?
And what can I do to speed up this process?
I completely understand why you want to know this
because when you start something new,
you want to know how long it's going to take you to achieve your goals.
It's the same for me, too.
For example, how long will it take me to get a six-pack?
Or how long will it take me to get one million subscribers?
Or how long will it take me
to grow my hair down to my waist?
Going back to English fluency,
a very important thing to know is that
going from an A2 or a B1 level
to a C1 level is a big goal.
Only a small percentage of those learning English
reach that goal.
Now a C1 level is where you can basically have
conversations about most topics,
and you feel confident doing this.
You use the right grammar, the right vocabulary.
You don't make many mistakes.
And like I said, it is difficult to get there,
but know it is possible.
It is possible to reach that level
if you follow what I'm going to talk about in this video.
And also know that if you have an A2 level,
and your goal is to get a C1 level,
if in the next two years you are B1 or B2,
that's a great thing because it means
that your English has improved.
So don't always think about it in terms of I'm here,
I want to be there.
Think about it more in terms of I'm here
and I'm constantly improving.
Let's now talk about the three main things
that will dictate your level,
and how long it's going to take you.
The three things that I think are most important.
Number one is your current level.
The level that you have now.
Number two is how much time you spend
learning English per day.
And number three is what you do with that time.
The first one is obvious.
If you have a good level already then it's easier
to become an advanced English speaker.
But if you're starting from the beginning,
it's going to be more difficult.
The second one,
how much time you spend learning English per day,
is something that you have control over.
What's important is how many hours
you are willing to do per day moving forward.
If you want to speed up this process,
if you want to become fluent in English faster,
you'll need to spend more time learning English.
I've got a question for you.
How much time do you spend learning English per day?
This includes watching videos like this,
going to a language school, doing anything in English.
Okay, so how much time you spend
learning English per day is important,
but what you do with that time is important, too.
What we're talking about here is your study plan.
What you do to improve your English,
which methods you follow
because spending two hours per day, which is a lot of time,
memorizing verb tables won't help you.
It's not going to help you speak more fluently,
it's not going to help you understand
how to use grammar in a natural way.
It's just a waste of time.
However, spending two hours doing something like this
will make a big difference.
So here is an example of a study plan
that might work for you.
The key is finding something that suits you
in your strengths and your weaknesses
and also your goals.
But following something like this is very powerful.
The initial 30 minutes are spent
working on your pronunciation.
So you listen to sounds in English and you repeat them.
You try to improve your intonation.
You follow programs that are going to help you with this.
Many learners don't work on this area,
but it's such an important area
if you want to improve your speaking.
Then spend 30 minutes reading and listening to a book.
So you can find a book that includes an audio book
and listen and read at the same time.
This is followed by 30 minutes using my speaking method.
This is where you imitate native speakers,
and you copy the way they speak.
This helps you improve your speaking in general,
but you'll also learn new vocabulary
and internalize grammar.
There is a link in the description to this method.
And then you end the two hour study plan
by doing 30 minutes of conversation.
So you find a speaking partner, or you hire a teacher,
and you practice your English in a natural way.
Again, this is just an example
of how you might spend two hours per day
and know that you can spread this out throughout the day,
which means that you can spend
some time in the morning on this study plan,
some time on your lunch break
and then complete it in the evening.
But the key here is to know that
what you do is really important.
At this stage you might be thinking,
oh, but I don't have time to do this.
Or I can't find anybody that will speak English with me.
My response to this is
if learning English and if reaching a really high level is important to you
then you will find the time,
and you will find speaking partners.
And a good question to ask yourself is
am I willing to do the things I need to do
in order to achieve this goal?
And am I willing to do this over the long-term?
If so, do more and do the right things.
With all that in mind,
leave a comment below sharing your learning routine.
What do you do on a typical day to learn English,
and how much time do you spend doing this?
Also let me know if you're going to
change the way you learn English,
and if you're going to do more.
Thank you so much for watching
and if you're new, be sure to subscribe.
Bye for now.
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【英語学習】英語を流暢に話せるようになるにはどれくらいかかる?(How Long Does it Take to Become Fluent in English? How Can I Get Fluent Fast?)

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