Rule 3: Repetition Is The Key To Learning English

Rule number 3: Repeat, repeat, raepet out loud. Repetition is the key to learning new vocabulary. In order for your brain to remember a new word, you must see and use that word at least 16 different times. That means that you must encounter that word many times in different ways before your brain can remember the word automatically.

So you must practice repeating each word many times. And you must say the word out loud. you must say the word out loud so that you can hear it and you must say the word in a phrase or sentence.

You can learn English phrases and whole sentences. Also use your mouth effectively. Your mouth has many muscles. Just like practice using your leg muscles everyday if you want to ran fast, you must use the muscles in your mouth everyday to say the English words in the English way.

The muscles in your mouth have to be trained to move in the right way to make English sounds. It does not help the muscle in your mouth if you only read English words, no. You must say the words everyday. You must say the English words you want to learn and help your brain remember them even better, you must say the words in a phrase or in a sentence.

Look in the mirror as you say the words and watch your mouth. Wacth the shape of your mouth when you say the words exactly the way you hear the words. Practice until you get the sound right. Your muscles will begin to maket he English sounds easily.


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When you practice speaking English in front of a mirror, it will also help you get over your fear of saying English words. You will be confident producing English sounds. Everyday when you stand in front of the mirror say some new English words. You will automatically be able to say the words. You will be able to notice how to move your mouth and your lips and your jaw.

Do you have tanguage in your language, phrases that emphasise specific sounds. Most languages do and English does too. Look at my mouth when I say these common phrases.

How much wood would a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood. The would sond in English is a difficult sond for many English learners to make. You can’t make the sound if you don’t round your lips in the right way.

What about this one: Peter piper picked a peck of picket peppers. The pi sound requires that you press your lips together. And then release them with a puff of air. Did you know that the pi sound in English has no sound? Only air ph.

Try this one: fuzzy wuzzy was a bear fuzzy wuzzy had no hair. Can you say that? The zzz sound can also be difficult for learners of English. Practice repeating words and phrases out loud so that you can hear them everyday. In that way, you will memorize new vocabulary words quickly and naturally. And you will exercise your mouth muscles so that your mouth will quicly and naturally pronouns the English words correctly.


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