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To use this new Proprioceptive Method to its full advantage, you must hear yourself
speaking
English correctly. If stress accompanies the language learning process, your spoken English
will
not be normal.
Be persistent in spending the time necessary to learn spoken English. But avoid becoming
stressed. Whether you are reading a newspaper aloud or repeating drills from the SPOKEN
ENGLISH LEARNED QUICKLY lessons, forget that you are studying English and speak
naturally just as if you were talking to a friend about a soccer game.
CONTINUE READING THE NEWSPAPER
You will have more time to study spoken English with newspapers after you finish the
SPOKEN
ENGLISH LEARNED QUICKLY course. However, even while you are studying these
lessons,
you may add variety by reading an English newspaper. Always read aloud using full voice
volume.
Then, when you have finished all of the SPOKEN ENGLISH LEARNED QUICKLY lessons,
you should continue practicing spoken English at least five days a week. A simple way to do
that
is to read an English newspaper aloud for one hour each day. Continue to use a vocabulary
notebook and learn the pronunciation and meaning of new words.
If you are not certain that the English newspapers published in your country use good
English
(many do not), then go to the internet to find newspapers published in English-speaking
countries.
If you are studying American English, be certain to use newspapers which are actually
published
in America in order to get the vocabulary and expressions you want to study.
You may want to use the following internet sources. You can usually print newspaper
articles
from the internet for your study. If the normal print function on your computer does not work
—or
if it prints more than just the article you want—you can drag your mouse over just what you
want
to save to highlight it, click copy, and then paste it into a new document on your computer.
SOME U.S. NEWSPAPER WEB SITES
www.oregonlive.com www.denverpost.com
www.startribune.com www.mcall.com
www.journalnow.com www.theoutlookonline.com
www.oaklandtribune.com
www.argusleader.com
www.seattletimes.com
www.chron.com
SEARCH WEB SITES FOR OTHER U.S. NEWSPAPERS
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www.hometownnews.com www.50states.com www.dailyearth.com
www.usanewspapers.com www.oaklandtribune.com
www.argusleader.com
www.seattletimes.com
www.chron.com
www.thetownpaper.com
EXPECT SUCCESS
Learning to speak any new language is a difficult task. But it is not impossible.
The SPOKEN
ENGLISH LEARNED QUICKLY lessons will make it much easier for you.
However, language learning always seems to move in steps. You will study for a period of
time
and then reach a plateau where it seems as though you are not making further progress.
Then,
suddenly, you will realize that you have once more made excellent progress. Then, for a
time, it
will again seem as though nothing is happening.
This is a normal process. These stair steps in spoken English fluency will be much more
apparent to you than they will be to someone who speaks English well. If you are studying
diligently, a first language English speaker will undoubtedly hear regular progress in your
ability to speak English, even when you think nothing is happening.
Be persistent! You can learn to speak English fluently if you work diligently.
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About The Author
LYNN LUNDQUIST is the developer of both SPOKEN ENGLISH LEARNED QUICKLY and
the PROPRIOCEPTIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING METHOD (also known as the FEEDBACK
TRAINING METHOD). For the same amount of study time, students using this method with
the SPOKEN ENGLISH LEARNED QUICKLY lessons can learn to speak English in half the
time it would require when using other English language courses. Just two years after it was
introduced on www.FreeEnglishNow.com, SPOKEN ENGLISH LEARNED QUICKLY
became the world's most widely distributed spoken English language course.
Lundquist has an undergraduate degree in both Anthropology and Education, and a
Master's
degree in Education. Following graduation, he studied French in Paris, France for a year
where he
first became acquainted with spoken language instruction. He then lived in an African
country for
nine years where he developed his own language course because little was available in the
local
schools. During the time he was learning his second language, he developed many of the
methods
he describes in this book, Learning Spoken English. He has the personal experience of
learning
languages and also knows the frustration of being regarded as "stupid" because he could not
speak
a new language well.
Lundquist has done considerable innovative work. He has 14 published books (in the
fields of
electrical training, ancient Greek manuscript exploration, and English language study). He is
a
licensed, supervising electrician and holds 23 issued U.S. patents in the field of industrial
equipment and processes.
Most recently, he spent five years developing both the SPOKEN ENGLISH LEARNED
QUICKLY language course and the instruction method known as the PROPRIOCEPTIVE
METHOD.
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