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  • Excellent.

  • I'm very, very excited.

  • I can see all the comments.

  • Thank you very much.

  • Now it is time for us all to get started.

  • So number one thing.

  • I think there are a lot of people who actually have written a lot of things.

  • They have written a lot of things here.

  • Did?

  • Did, Did, Did Did did anybody speaking English?

  • I'd never be tired, et cetera, et cetera.

  • Okay, Okay, okay.

  • Okay.

  • Make a video on.

  • So there are a lot of governments coming on in now.

  • I'd like to request is because I can see the government's.

  • Now, can I request one more time?

  • Each one of you two please write what he would be doing in your quarantine period so that I can read those questions and get back to you.

  • Okay.

  • Okay.

  • Seriously, get comments.

  • Yes.

  • I'm able to get your comments.

  • Appeal, ASHA.

  • Thank you very much for asking.

  • Gabi, I'm a cop.

  • Your body's Tampa.

  • All right, Cool.

  • Okay.

  • Uh, seems like please, uh Okay.

  • Okay.

  • Okay.

  • So I think so many governments coming up.

  • My God.

  • Somebody, Commons!

  • All right, s o, I think.

  • Let's move on.

  • I think that be a better idea, My friends.

  • You must have seen a lot of people, a lot of trainers.

  • I'd like to ask all of you to please, just concentrate on what I'm going to say now, because what I'm going to stay is very, very crucial for all of us to understand.

  • That is the fact that I would share a very interesting story with you on that story.

  • I'm gonna talk about my time.

  • When I was when I was in London, the year was 2000 and nine on Dhe.

  • I was studying how to teach English on what my professor's name was Mr Declan Cooley on.

  • I was studying out one of the most esteemed schools in London, and I was learning, as I said, how to teach English.

  • There was a time in the first semester when my teacher, Mr Declan Cooley, said that that there are three ways in which people learned language over the years and people started doing studies on it from World War Second.

  • Actually, So the story goes like this.

  • The first people, the soldiers who have to travel to different parts of the world, studying various languages, not various languages, but the language that is spoken in that one.

  • But the language that is spoken in that one particular region on dhe and those people were war meant to learn languages very quickly.

  • For example, people who were going from, you know, Germany to which the English world on people who were coming from their wits of the European world, they had to study the languages of the region that we're traveling to.

  • So it happens so that people started asking the soldiers to repeat after them the components of language, the sentences of language on they would stand in thousands together on, you know, there'd be a mic, and one person would say things the other person would just repeat after that person.

  • This method off learning the language is called Ordeal Lingual method.

  • In this method, you actually listen to the person, and you repeat after the person on.

  • Therefore it is expected.

  • Therefore, it is expected that you will learn the language primary after that, well, time passed own on it.

  • Time passed on on dhe.

  • People realize that this method is actually feeling after that.

  • During the 19 seventies eighties and nineties, another very important method came off learning English and that is or, for that matter, any language.

  • And that was grammar translation method.

  • There's only so far that she can go with this method.

  • Actually, in grammar, translation mattered, you know, as as as people you must have seen as students of the language when you were young, when he just started out learning the language, your teachers would ask you to translate whatever was there in your mother tongue to English or whatever waas there in English to your mother.

  • This method became widely widely famous around the world, and people started to kind of just put their heads around learning the language using this method.

  • But later they were a lot of linguists like me.

  • Linguists are those people who study language, teach language, etcetera.

  • Uh, so there were a lot of, uh, there were a lot of people who started studying the language using grammar translation method, and they realized that even this matter is feeling Do you know why?

  • Because the rules that you have in your first language, which is, let's say, my first language is Spanish.

  • Of course, it's not Spanish.

  • But, for example, if my first language with my mother tongue is Spanish on the grammar rules that out there in Spanish are different than the grammar rules that we have in English language.

  • And you can replace Spanish with him, the Japanese, mandarin, et cetera, et cetera.

  • What the language is.

  • So people realized that grammar translation method is flopping big time because you cannot translate everything from your mother.

  • Turn to the second language because there's no direct translation.

  • For example, I give you a very simple example.

  • Uh, I'm gonna give you something very important and simple.

  • Uh, what's it to you?

  • What is the meaning off?

  • What's it to you in your language?

  • Well, what's it to you?

  • A lot of people.

  • First of all, we'll think about it.

  • Okay, What does that mean?

  • What does that mean?

  • What's it to you?

  • Has actually got to do with a sarcastic way off speaking English on DDE in place of what's it to you?

  • People say this is none of your business.

  • Have people say this is none of your business.

  • When somebody tries to ask you things about your first, maybe you know your personal things and you're not interested in that A lot of people realize that this is not the right girl speaking English on first of all, a this is not right.

  • And be only those people are are speaking English like this those that believe in grammar translation matter because they heard it from other people speaking it.

  • So they translate every single word so that that method actually flopped.

  • So in this video, one of the most important agendas for me personally was not to talk about dentists to you and confuse you in the end of the day and talk about, you know, do this, do that, do this to do that.

  • I just want to help you understand.

  • I will take this opportunity to help you understand that this, uh, this this very purpose off learning a language is not based on grammar translation method because this method has flubbed phenomenally.

  • I'm using the word phenomenally to express the very intensity off it.

  • It's flogged phenomenally.

  • Uh, finally in the modern world in the 21st century, linguists came up with the perfect solution off learning the language.

  • Are you guys ready to understand what that mattered is that method is that method is called communicative methodology.

  • off speaking English.

  • What is this?

  • This method call if you can see if you can hear this method, can you please write in the comments section C lt Communicative methodology.

  • See, l l communicative method CML Sorry.

  • Confusing you see And l Can you write CML in the comments section below, please?

  • I'm gonna take the names of all those people are gonna write it.

  • Let's see who.

  • All right, it c m l Communicative methodology off learning the language waiting for the comments CMA lovely.

  • So there's ah mon, June it was written.

  • There's Johanna.

  • Is Avinash harsh?

  • Okay.

  • Oh, my God.

  • So many people I'm losing.

  • Oh, there's so many people.

  • It's like dozens of people writing all together.

  • I wish I was city the heat, the report from the original guns films that I could read all of that exactly Exactly.

  • I'm really happy to all those wonderful people.

  • Thank you so much.

  • Aren't you guys amazing?

  • I want to tell you guys are so amazing.

  • So somebody said so.

  • Please come to the point.

  • So coming to the point now and telling you that all those methods have failed when it comes to learning English on the only method that we need to keep in our mind, head and our heart is C m l communicative methodology off learning the language.

  • If you're worried about your grandma, I want to stop worrying about it.

  • Grammar immediately, right now, because in communicated methodology, off learning the language, all you need to focus on to become very fluent in English is to bloody speak in English, That's all.

  • Now, I know there are a lot of people there.

  • There are a lot of time.

  • No answer all of these questions talking about critical eyes asking what all subjects did I study, etcetera.

  • I'm no answer all of these questions, but first, we're just gonna be finishing this up quite quickly in the next five minutes.

  • So what was I saying?

  • I was saying that So guys, today, from this point onwards, there are 3 400 people, about 400 people who have joined us in the session, and I want to tell you each each one of you.

  • This is one magical thing that I've learned in my life.

  • My teachers have taught me, and that is nobody bloody learns the language by keep on the way.

  • Whatever you're doing, all those methods will fail.

  • People will only learn language.

  • You will only learn language if you follow C m l communicated methodology off learning which says Speak, speak, speak.

  • Vory not about your grandma.

  • People think, but you're done.

  • I have a lot of problems with my grandma.

  • Well, I want to tell you.

  • You can only focus only one thing at a time.

  • There are two things.

  • Either you can focus on grammar.

  • All you can focus on fluency.

  • Now, if you're somebody who speaks good English who speaks English enough to understand and speak, I want to tell you it's time for each one of us to focus on fluency.

  • And now, when you will focus on fluency, what will happen?

  • And now, when you focus on fluency, what will happen?

  • You will develop confidence when you develop confidence.

  • What happened?

  • You will remove hesitation.

  • And that is something that we need to keep in mind.

  • My lovely audience, This was all that I have to tell you about.

  • Critical Started flirting, buddy.

  • This was all about This is all about me talking to you about how you can develop fluency when it comes to learning the language.

  • I hope you all understood that.

  • And from today onwards, whenever you have any doubts off any questions related to Oh, my God, I don't know, there's Oh, my God, I don't know that.

  • I just only want you to please focus on speaking the language on which dine things are gonna be taken.

  • Care off because a confidence will improve on with the patterns.

  • I want to also give you one very interesting example before we move on to the question as here and that is and that is things like things like when people say, Hey, I do not know.

  • I do not know.

  • Ah, lot of people who will correct me and all of that.

  • It's very important for us to understand that as you start to speak in English, for example, let's take the example of a kid a child when the child is young, a za parent.

  • You know, when you were young, did you parents teach you?

  • Okay.

  • Today we're gonna be learning about mounds and dances and all of that in your mother tongue.

  • Did your parents ever do that?

  • Your parents never do that.

  • Your parents focused on you speaking in the language.

  • That was the most important part of it.

  • And this is what gets translated when we become adults as well as we become adults.

  • We start to speak in English on when we speak in that particular language, Grandma comes with time automatically.

  • Pronunciation comes with time automatically, and a lot of other things start to come with time.

  • So closing the first agenda off the meeting today and that is you learn English by speaking in English.

  • Bloody care about nothing else.

  • Use cm l What are you gonna use one more time?

  • Can you write CML in the comments section below?

  • I'm gonna be waiting one more time.

  • One last time.

  • Then after that, I'm gonna answer all those questions that you have related to English language.

  • Let's see how much equipment the Commons come on, start to pour in.

  • Thank you.

  • Money's you again.

  • Excellent.

  • Excellent.

  • So many people.

  • So happy.

  • He's so happy.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you so much.

  • All right, lovely.

  • So now we're gonna be moving to the second part of the video wearing in the second part.

  • I'm gonna be answering questions that you have related to English language.

  • So one by one, because the questions are coming becomes are coming really fast.

  • So one by one, I'm gonna be answering these questions.

  • I'd like each one of you to please be patient.

  • I look att, look atyou questions and start answering those questions.

  • Whatever questions you have, could you stop too boring.

  • But in the Commons, that's a very good question.

  • Woman.

  • Thank you for asking this question, Almond saying, God could you're if that's the correct way in which I'm pronouncing your name because of quarantine.

  • I don't have any pardons to talk in English.

  • What can I do?

  • Well, I'm in, as I said before, when you do not have apartness, it is one of the most gone reasons that people get when they're not able to, when when they're learning language.

  • The only advice that I have for you is if you have people at home who you can speak with, speak with them, try using simple sentences in English.

  • Those simple sentences will help you try using simple sentences.

  • Those simple sentences will help you to develop your base and foundation off learning the language, which is the most important part of it so pleased to make sure that that you just start speaking on very not about the partners.

  • Look for the opportunities.

  • Don't look for a partner.

  • Look for the opportunities on.

  • Definitely look for the partner as well, a person who you think is devoted and get a smile speaking English.

  • But you do that piece next question that we have these.

  • Okay, Can I learn English without reading?

  • I find I find it extremely boring and demotivated.

  • Aman Verma has asked this question number.

  • I think it is a very important and interesting question.

  • Personally speaking, redone myself.

  • Never liked reading.

  • I absolutely detest reading.

  • Uh, there are two.

  • There are a couple of ways in which you can study language.

  • Uh, there are receptive skills and there are productive skills.

  • Receptor receptive skills means things that you receive receive, Such as, you know, you read a book you receive Want content from outside.

  • You listen to things you receive content from outside.

  • So what you need to keep in mind is what you need to keep in mind is very simple.

  • And that is you can learn language by the receiving things from outside you receive in two ways, either by listening to things or by reading things.

  • If you don't like reading, try listening to things once again.

  • If you don't one second, let me just just so.

  • If you don't like reading, try listening.

  • So that's one way the second way off.

  • Learning languages by productive skills.

  • You produce things either by speaking or by writing, so you can speak right on.

  • Listen, if you do not like to read so that was for not service and says I'm from Hyderabad.

  • One second.

  • Let me go to request Kamen.

  • I'm from Hyderabad on Dhere.